Hacker Halted Exhibition & Conference Guangzhou 2006 (HH2006 Guangzhou)

Venue: China Marriott Hotel Guangzhou, Crystal Ballroom

Location: Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

Event Date/Time: Nov 14, 2006 End Date/Time: Nov 16, 2006
Registration Date: Oct 13, 2006
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1) Conference & Workshop½²»áÒé×ù : Nov 14 -15, 2006
2) Exhibition Õ¹ÀÀ : Nov 14 -16, 2006
3) Biz Matching& Networking¹ú¼ÊÉÌÎñÅä¶Ô½»Á÷: Nov 16, 2006

For the very first time on such a scalable IT security event in Guangzhou-China, and jointly organized by USA, Singapore, China-Guangzhou officials. The event was held successfully in many countries globally such as Mexico City, Kuala Lumpur, Taiwan, Dubai and others with excellent review and feedback.

The Exhibition & conference is organized by various Chinese government departments, and CINSA of Guangzhou which is an authorized governmental department to approve sales licenses, which all IT security products must first be evaluated and tested by authorized organization and approval sales license must be obtained before distribution in China.

The event, a world-class conference & workshop, exhibition, and business-matching. Featuring expert speakers in the field of cybersecurity including amongst many others, Mr Erik Laykin, President of the FBI-Infragard and Mr Larry Detar former Military Intelligence Corp of the US Army. This elite group of participants will be from leading multinational companies, research centers, government departments and academia. This Conference is expected to attract over 400 senior personnel and information security practitioners from across the globe. Alongside the conference, the Exhibition will feature key IT security vendors demonstrating their latest technologies, products and services (120 booth space ¨C 3m x 3m). Over 1000 attendees expected to attend the exhibition.

Venue

Liu Hua Lu,Guangzhou, Guangdong 510015 China
Guangzhou
Guangdong
China
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Why Exhibit? * Alliances/Partnership opportunities - Chinese government organizer Under the Protection Legislation of Computer Information System Security of China, all products must first be evaluated and tested by authorized organization and approval sales license must be obtained before distribution. Foreign vendors should appoint a legal organization or governmental department in China to submit their products for testing. The Exhibition is co-organized by the Computer Information & Network Security Association of Guangzhou which is an authorized governmental department to approve sales licenses. Other co-organizers of the Exhibition include other IT Chinese government departments. The Exhibition provides a unique platform which helps foreign and local businesses meet their information security requirements. It is also a chance for businesses and individuals to find out about the latest IT security policy changes within China. - Business partner This event will be an ideal platform to connect customers and business partners - both current and prospective. It also serves as a platform to alliances network with manufacturers, development partners and distributors globally. As well receive vital cutting edge market intelligence. For example, Microsoft launched a technology center in China's southern coastal city of Guangzhou, with local software developers. * Huge market size & growth China¡¯s information security market, including security software, hardware and services, is experiencing rapid growth. Guangdong, an economic powerhouse in South China, accounted for nearly 10% of China's economy. It generated US$268 billion of GDP in 2005, and may very well surpass Taiwan¡¯s economic development in the next five years. From 2006 ¨C 2010, China¡¯s GDP is expected to increase at a rate of 9% year-on-year, said the province's Communist Party chief. China's IT security market will grow 20.9 % annually over the next five years, reported by IDC. The revenue of the Chinese IT security market was US$378 million in 2005 and is estimated to jump to US$976 million in 2010. * Position your products and services directly to security professionals and key decision-makers across China. Alongside the conference, the Exhibition will feature key IT security vendors demonstrating their latest technologies, products and services (120 booth space ¨C 3m x 3m). Over 1000 attendees expected to attend the exhibition. Potential customers can view and discuss, and exhibitors can help combat their security problems. Many Chinese have not made any preparations for emergency security. There are more and more cases in which companies are seriously affected by security problems, according to reports. * Announce new innovations The Exhibition provides an opportunity for exhibitors to showcase their latest innovations. Visitors can expect to see a wide range of tools and technologies new to the information security industry as well as products and services to cater to their information security needs. * Generate new leads and contacts During the last day of the event, business networking activities will be conducted to allow exhibitors interact with government officials, business leaders, and corporate heads. This could very well lead to potential business partnerships and business meeting appointments.

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