makes Dallas home for the first annual Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs)Conference

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The conference, which expects over 2500 Certified information systems security professionals (CISSPs) attendees with five of the countryÂ?s top industry experts as speakers, is scheduled for January 13th, 14th, and 15th at the AdamÂ?s Mark Hotel in downtown Dallas.




Dallas, TX October (PRWEB) 2, 2004 – is bringing the nations Largest certified information systems security professionals (CISSPs) gathering to Dallas – the 2005 Information Security Professionals Conference. The conference, which expects over 2500 attendees and has already landed five of the country’s top industry experts as speakers, is scheduled for January 13th, 14th, and 15th at the Adam’s Mark Hotel in downtown Dallas.

“Texas is the second largest high-tech hub in the country, and because the DFW Metroplex is home to a huge percentage of IT leaders, Dallas is a perfect fit for ISPC2005,” stated Christina Alexandra, ISPC2005 Coordinator. “It’s surprising that a conference of this magnitude has yet to make Dallas its home, which makes us even more excited and proud to take the lead.”

The conference will span three full days and has made educational value its primary focus – ISPC2005 is designed to deliver more learning and networking than any other security gathering. The schedule of confirmed speakers is certainly impressive and already boasts five of the top information security experts in the country, including Hal Tipton, the pioneer of CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) Certification.

“We are bringing together a group of nationally acclaimed keynote speakers and facilitators in order to address present-day issues facing the information security field while communicating cutting edge solutions to modern information security challenges,” said Andrew Afifi, CISSP and president of

In addition to the main program, which consists of five tracks, twenty-five presentations and three general sessions, ISPC2005 will offer opportunities that other conferences have been lacking such as information security career day. An Information Security executives roundtable session has been added to the program, bringing together several information security icons for a priceless educational and networking opportunity. CISSPs and SSCPs will earn up to twenty-four (ISC)2 CPE credits for the conference (one credit for each hour attended). The CISSP exam will also be offered on day three.

In addition to the educational events, ISPC2005 will deliver a three-day trade show and a career day on the final conference day. All events have been designed to benefit both ISPC2005 attendees and exhibitors.    

For additional information, please contact Christina Alexandra, ISPC2005 Marketing, at 214.642.5935 or visit

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