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The Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking (VA SCAN) exists for the purpose of strengthening information technology security programs within the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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2015 VA SCAN Conference:  They Will Get In, What are We Doing About It?

October 1-2, 2015

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

The Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking is pleased to announce the 12th Annual VASCAN Conference October 1-2 at the University of Virginia.

This year's conference theme is "They Will Get In. What Are We Doing About It?" We will focus on detecting and deterring threats from malicious actors inside and outside the network. Our keynote speaker is Eric O’Neill <http://www.ericoneill.net/>, a former FBI counterterrorism and counterintelligence operative who helped capture Robert Hanssen, the most notorious spy in United States history.

In addition to the presentation sessions, we have partnered with SANS to provide an advanced security course, Incident Response Management MGT535 (one-day version) on the second day of the conference. Randy Marchany, SANS Instructor and Virginia Tech Information Security Officer, will teach this course, which will also be simulcast onsite to individual remote students.

Complete information for attendees and for vendors,as well as the registration link, are here https://www.virginia.edu/vascan2015/.

We hope to see you there.  This promises to be a very exciting and informative conference.

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