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The recent Techno-Security Conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina brought out a bevy of IT security officers, IT administrators, law enforcement types and others to learn about what they can do to better their organization's infosecurity posture.

Attendees, who were estimated to reach approximately 600, could pick from a number of educational tracks to target specific areas of interest - anything from IDS and computer forensics investigating, to U.S. homeland defense or fighting electronic crimes through company/government partnerships. ...

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