Upcoming Tech Events for July

July 1, 2005
July 4-6, 2005
Web Technologies, Applications, and Services (WTAS 2005)
Calgary, Canada

The primary objective of the IASTED International Conference on Web Technologies, Applications, and Services (WTAS 2005) is to act as a a major contact venue for research scientists, engineers, and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research, ideas, developments, and applications in this field. WTAS 2005 aims to strengthen relations among universities, research laboratories, and industry. Particular emphasis will be on the new trends affecting web applications and services. The conference will be held in Calgary, Canada. At the foothills of Alberta’s majestic Rocky Mountains, Calgary stands as a major urban centre and is home to nearly one million people. As a young and vibrant city, Calgary provides activities for a variety of tastes.


July 8-10, 2005
New York Java Software Symposium
New Jersey, USA

The New York Java Software Symposium is a three day event featuring quality technical Java sessions covering Core Java, Client side Java, Serverside Java featuring Dion Alamer, Bruce Tate, and Ted Neward.

We are committed to hype-free technical training for software architects, programmers, developers, and technical managers. This year's symposium places increased emphasis on the role of XML, J2EE, Web Services, Agile Methodologies, and Open Source. We offer over 50 sessions in the span of one weekend. Featuring leading industry experts, who share their practical and real-world experiences; we offer intensive speaker interaction time during sessions and breaks.

Our sessions are designed to cover the latest in trends, best practices, and latest developments in Java application development. Each session lasts 90 minutes unless otherwise noted.


July 12, 2005
Fraud Advisory Panel - Cybercrime Working Group meeting
London, England

The Fraud Advisory Panel is an independent body of volunteers drawn from the public and private sectors which aims to raise awareness of the immense social and economic damage that is cause by fraud. Much of the Panel's work is undertaken by its three multi-disciplinary working groups. The Cybercrime Working Group specialises in issues relating to e-crime and has pblished a number of reports on the subject including "Identity Theft: Do you know the signs", "Cybercrime and the Proceeds of Crime Act" and more recetnly "Have you been Scammed? Identifying Internet & Email Scams". Members of the Working Group specialise in the detction, prosecution and prevention of fraud and have a special interest in e-crime.

For more information please speak to Mia Campbell, Executive, The Fraud Advisory Panel, on 020 7920 8721
Alternatively you can email her: mia.campbell@fraudadvisorypanel.org.

July 12-July 14, 2005
SEMICON West 2005
San Francisco, USA

Come see the technologies that are driving Moore's Law to its limits and beyond in nanotechnology, e-Manufacturing, EDA and MEMS. Attendance is FREE for all visitors.


July 13-July 15, 2005
Catalyst North America 2005
San Diego, USA

Burton Group's Catalyst Conference features advice from Burton Group analysts and consultants, strategies from leading technology providers and best practices from global enterprises. Catalyst addresses critical topics such as identity management, SOA/Web services, VoIP architecture strategies, mobile and wireless, and enterprise risk management.
• Identity management, privacy, federation, and trust standards
• SOA, the Web services framework, and EAI architecture
• Security practices, enterprise risk management, and regulatory compliance
• Converging voice and data networks, mobile and wireless communications
• Network performance management and VoIP architecture strategies
• Scaleable, intelligent infrastructure
Catalyst Conference provides in-depth insight about IT infrastructure; presented by technologists, for technologists.
• Strategic and future-focused content
• Enterprise-user best practices
• IT architecture planning support
• User-focused, hype-free presentations
• Technology supplier strategies, product previews
• Burton Group independent analysis


July 19 - 21, 2005
The IT Audit Directors and Managers Symposium
Lake Tahoe

An opportunity to tackle IT audit management challenges in a hassle-free environment, surrounded by colleagues who share your concerns.

Networking - At formal sessions, informal discussion groups, and scheduled receptions, you will have ample opportunity to expand your personal "network" and exchange ideas with peers.
Continuing Education Credits toward fulfillment of professional accreditation requirements. Participants will earn 18 hours of Continuing Education Credits for completion of the symposium, and an additional 7 hours for each optional workshop.

Program Leaders are hands-on audit managers and in-the-trenches consultants. You benefit from their experience and know-how as you explore the challenges of IT audit management. The faculty includes Steve Casazza, CIA, CISA, Director of Business Assurance, Nestle Purina Pet Care Company; Fred Roth, Senior Consultant, MIS Training Institute; Ken Cutler, CISSP, CISA, CISM, Vice President, Information Security, MIS Training Institute, and Glenn Sumners, Director, Louisiana State University Center for Internal Auditing.

Receptions will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, providing the opportunity to network with peers and session leaders.


July 23-28, 2005
Black Hat USA 2005 Briefings and Training
Las Vegas, USA

Since its introduction in 1997 the Black Hat Briefings has become the premiere event and an indispensable resource for the computer security industry. This year’s event will include 9 different tracks led by renowned information and computer security professionals. Some of this year's topics include: Application Security, Computer Forensics & Log Analysis, Policy, Management, & the Law and Privacy & Anonymity.


July 26, 2005
Get Ready for SQL Server 2005
Portland, USA

Get the facts about migrating to SQL Server™ 2005 in one information-packed day in a city near you! SQL Server experts from Scalability Experts, DevelopMentor, and Hitachi Consulting will present practical, real-world information in three tracks—administration, development, and business intelligence. You can find answers to specific questions in the Ask the Experts session. You'll come away from the Get Ready for SQL Server 2005 Roadshow with a clear understanding of how to implement a best-practices migration to SQL Server 2005 and how to use SQL Server 2005's new capabilities to improve your database computing environment.


July 27-28, 2005
Jupitermedia's DRM Strategies Conference
New York, USA

Jupitermedia's DRM Strategies Conference will be held July 27-28 at the Puck Building in New York City. This will be the most comprehensive event on digital rights management business and technology issues ever held - a must-attend for those involved in content security in both consumer media distribution and information security for businesses.

DRM Strategies will be your chance to experience and compare the most important DRM technology solutions under one roof. The conference will feature keynotes from leading industry figures that will introduce you to the fundamentals of DRM, shed light on future DRM directions, and provide incendiary debate on today's controversial issues of online piracy and digital copyright.
At this year's DRM Strategies conference, we will feature sessions on such topics as:

The Supreme Court's decision in MGM v. Grokster
DRM and mobile content

Research on consumer acceptance of DRM

Integration of DRM and digital asset management
Standards and technologies for DRM interoperability

DRM intellectual property: the current controversy over DRM technology patents

Conditional Access meets DRM: new technologies for digital video networks

Rights management solutions for financial services

The future of eBooks and ePublishing
Emerging business models for DRM


July 31-August 5, 2005
14th USENIX Security Symposium
Baltimore, USA

The USENIX Security Symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers, and others interested in the latest advances in security of computer systems.


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