Thousands of IT security specialists are converging on London this week for the annual Infosecurity show.
Top of the discussion agenda will be identity management, both in the private and public spheres.
Education is also going to be under discussion, for the general public and for private business. While not a silver bullet to deal with online crime, it nevertheless has a role to play.
Vnunet.com will be at the show, bringing interviews, the latest news and reports on conference sessions.
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