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2004 Oct 22 11:23

LUGOD at the Information Systems Security Association Conference


On Tuesday, November 4th and Wednesday, November 5th 2003, the Sacramento Valley Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association held the 14th annual Northern California Information Security Conference (InfoSeCon 2003).

ISSA-Sac donated a 10'x10' exhibitor space to LUGOD. (We had to pay $95.00 for electrical, rather than the full $750!)

Where Was It?

The event took place at the Sacramento Convention Center:

Sacramento Convention Center
13th & J Streets
Sacramento, California

Interactive Map at Yahoo

LUGOD was at booth 9.

When Was It?

The event took place Tuesday, November 4th and Wednesday November 5th from 8:00am - 5:30pm each day.

Setup began at 8am the morning of November 4th. The exhibition hall opened at 10:30am.

How to Help

Volunteers helped by staffing the booth, burning CDROMs, creating and/or photocopying flyers, etc. Plans were discussed on our vox-outreach mailing list.

Volunteers

The following people volunteered: Staffing Booth:
  • Ken Bloom
    Wed Afternoon

  • Michael Dunham

  • Bill Kendrick
    Tuesday morning to set up

  • Brian Lavender
    9:30am Tuesday

  • Paul Miller

  • Seth Nagao
    All day Tuesday and Wednesday

  • Rob Rogers
    Both days

  • David Seidband
    Wednesday

  • Mike Simons
    Wednesday

Other Help:

  • Richard Burkhart - Burned CDROMs [45 discs created; received!]
  • Marc Hall - CDROMs ["big batch o' GNUWinII"]
  • Ken Herron - Burned CDROMs [75 discs created; asked about pickup - Monday morning]
  • David Margolis - Burned CDROMs
  • Paul Miller - may be able to get OpenOffice.org CDROMs through Sun


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