Call for participation first ACM workshop on education in computer security
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The security of information systems and networks is a growing concern. Experts are needed to design and organize the protection mechanisms for these systems. Both government and industry increasingly seek individuals with knowledge and skills in computer security. In the past, most traditional computer science curricula bypassed formal studies in computer security altogether. An understanding of computer security was achieved largely through on-the-job experience. This is both haphazard and inefficient. There is a need to include computer security in computer science education.
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