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According to the Japan Times, the Information-technology Promotion Agency has been sponsoring the security camp since 2004 to raise awareness about computer security among potential IT experts under 22 years.
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Director, Institute for Information Security University of Tulsa -- Katsuhisa Furukawa, Fellow, Research Institute of Science and Technology for Society, Japan Science and Technology Agency -- Tom Thomassen, Senior Development Manager, Office of the CTO, Symantec -- Wayne Pales, Group IT Manager, Technology & Architecture, CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd -- David Greer, Executive Director, Institute for Information Security, University of Tulsa -- Michael Sentonas,Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, AsiaPacific, McAfee -- Hideaki Kobayashi, Laboratory Manager, Security Engineering Laboratory, IT Security Center, Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan -- Dr.
The increase, the first in three years, was attributable to highly infectious viruses that spread through e-mail, the Information-Technology Promotion Agency said.
FSE is partly the result of a development consigned by the Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA)'s "FY2004 Next-Generation Software Development Project.
today announced that the Sun Java(TM) Desktop System was selected in an open competition as a platform for the open source software verification program for educational institutions organized by the Information-technology Promotion Agency in Japan (IPA).
The Information-Technology Promotion Agency, a government-backed corporation, has warned that the frequency of infections has been rebounding since early 2004, although the number of casualties had been on a decline since the previous peak in 2001.
TOKYO:6703) today announced that on October 30th it was awarded the Grand Prix in the Software Product of the Year 2007 for its face image processing middleware, FSE (Face Sensing Engine[TM]), by the Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA).
The Information-Technology Promotion Agency said it received 21,957 virus infection reports in the six-month period, approximately three times the 7,366 reports received in the same period the previous year.