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National Computer Security Conference


The National Computer Security Conference (NCSC) began in 1977 and ran annually for 23 years. Initially co-sponsored by the National Bureau of Standards and the Department of Defense Computer Security Center, the conference brought together information systems security and technology professionals from industry, academia, and government to engage in debate, dialog and action on the information systems security issues of the day. The NCSC was the first national computer security conference to offer a wide range of presentations, with many other annual conferences appearing to meet the growing need for computer security training and education in industry, and to develop social networks between information security professionals from industry, academia, and government.

The conference program changed over the years to suit the evolving IT field, from mainframe security in the early years, to the rise of e-commerce, the Internet, and the World Wide Web. Its name changed to the National Information Systems Security Conference (NISSC). The final NISSC was held in 2000, ending due to the rise of numerous conferences that were highly focused on specific aspects of computer security.(1)(2)


1 : http://csrc.nist.gov/nissc/

2 : https://wiki.umn.edu/CBI_ComputerSecurity/PubTimeline

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