UW E-Business Institute: Information Security Summit Focuses on Wireless Security, Anti-Spyware, Single Sign-On Strategies

Nancy Gores (608) 265-3299, [email protected]


MADISON, WI – Computer network security breaches, password administration and spyware create significant financial and productivity losses for business. To reverse this trend, information security professionals need to stay up to date on emerging technologies and effective practices in the areas of wireless security, single sign-on strategies, enterprise-wide anti-spyware, and practical legal advice.

National experts and Wisconsin’s leading law firms will present a full-day, interactive workshop on these critical issues at the UW E-Business Institute Information Security Summit Wednesday, February 23 at the Waukesha County Technical College.

The Summit format is designed for attendees to exchange real business experiences with industry peers and experts from these leading organizations:

· Wireless security – Entrust

· Single Sign-On Strategies – Imprivata

· Enterprise-wide Anti-spyware – Webroot

· Practical legal advice for information security professionals – Michael Best & Friedrich, von Briesen & Roper, and Whyte Hirschboeck and Dudek S.C.

The Information Security Summit is hosted by the UW E-Business Institute, Wisconsin’s leading center for multidisciplinary research collaboration, technology innovation and industry outreach on e-business, and by Infragard, a cooperative association of business and industrial concerns, academic institutions, military agencies, and federal, state and local government and law enforcement agencies all dedicated to ensuring the integrity of computer systems and information technology, hosted by the FBI.