A&D Cybersecurity Forum

Aviation Week is hosting an A&D Cybersecurity Forum, “Protect Your Enterprise with Secure and Resilient Information Flow”, March 31 – April 1, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Washington Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. From their website:

AVIATION WEEK’s  A&D Cybersecurity Forum will bring together executives from leading A&D companies, government agencies and security experts to share best strategies on minimizing cybersecurity risks with efficiencies in cost and operations. The Forum will consider changing dynamics of cyber-threats, transitioning from theoretical assessments to technical and practical sessions, focusing on:

  • Protection of essential data flow & intellectual property
  • Cyber threat identification, assessments and disruption prevention
  • Secure information sharing and access
  • Training and Awareness for human operability
  • Analysis and measurements of cybersecurity efficiencies
  • Global perspectives on vulnerabilities of international information enterprises

More information is available at Aviation Week.

~ by D. Dieterle on February 9, 2010.

2 Responses to “A&D Cybersecurity Forum”

  1. Hello,
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    My operation system is Windows Vista.
    Thanks,
    hoafemuhFum

  2. I am not sure exactly what problems that you are having, but I can give you some general tips.

    If your computer worked fast when you got it, and now runs very slow, you probably have spamware or malware on your system. I use PCTools spyware doctor with antivirus. It seems to work very well and detects spam that some of the other anti-viruses do not.

    If you have a lot of programs running in the background, you can try shutting some of them down. Close unused programs by right clicking on their icons on the lower right of the task bar, then usually click close or exit.

    Vista has a lot of services that run that could be closed down. You will need to google search to find out which ones are safe to shut down.

    Lastely, if you have not done a defrag in a while it may help. Open “My Computer”, right click on the c: drive, click properties, then tools and finally disk defragmenter.

    I hope that this helps.

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