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August 9, 2003
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August 9, 2003
Latest Updates for Computer Security
Def Con is the largest hacker convention in the world. Geared towards hackers, programmers, phreaks, cyberpunks, cypherpunks, open source hackers, civil liberty advocates, wardrivers, feds, and reporters, Def Con is for anyone interested in seeing what's going on in the computer underground.
Special guest, David Perry, Global Director of Education for Trend Micro discusses what's new and items of interest from Def Con 11. Find out what is happening at the convention that amasses the most technically skilled and savvy computer security experts in the world discussing the hottest issues for cyber security and privacy.
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