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Computer Security Institute


Founded in 1974, the Computer Security Institute (CSI) is an educational membership organization for information security professionals. From 1981 to 2004 it published the Computer Security Journal.

CSI holds two annual conferences the Annual Computer Security and Exhibition and CSI SX; provides access to Alert, a monthly report on security-related news as well as access to the CSI Resource Center back-catalog of Alert. Membership provides networking opportunities. CSI collaborates with the FBI on the annual Computer Crime and Security Survey, an independent survey of information security and information technology professionals in United States corporations, government agencies, financial institutions, educational institutions, medical institutions and other organizations.(1)(2) The results of the survey are read by over 100,000 security professionals.(3)

See also externaloral history with R.E. Bob Johnston CSI workshop chair


Supported by the National Science Foundation CNS--TC 1116862 "Building an Infrastructure for Computer Security History."


1 : CSI, Testimony of Richard G. Power, Editor, Computer Security Institute, The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs (Wednesday, June 5, 1996).

2 : http://gocsi.com/survey (link no longer active)

3 : http://gocsi.com/about (link no longer active)

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