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What’s going wrong with information security in government? – Infosecurity’s Virtual Conference

One of the topics scheduled for the virtual conference is `Infosec in government: What's going wrong, and how to fix it'.

We have a Member of Parliament from the Conservative Party and Mark Chaplin, a senior research consultant at the Information Security Forum, who will be looking at where the current government is going wrong with information security.

Chaplin will also be looking at how to improve information security practices and restore the public's trust in the government's ability to secure data.

You can find further details and register for this important event in the IT security calendar by registering for The 2009 Virtual Conference on Information Security on 24 September.

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