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We have been lucky to have wonderful and generous sponsors in previous years and we hope to continue in the future. If you are interested in sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities for ASIA '14 or the 17th Annual Cyber Security Conference, please email Sanjay Goel at goel@albany.edu for details.

The Annual NYS Cyber Security Conference is organized jointly by the University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) School of Business and College of Computing and Information, the NYS Forum, Inc., and the New York State Office of Cyber Security (OCS), and the New York State Office of Information Technology Services. The event is funded entirely through registration fees and the support of the sponsors and exhibitors; no state funds are used. This conference provides crucial knowledge that enables the attendees to stay attuned to cyber security threats and effectively meet the challenges we are facing.

All conference and symposium sponsors are featured in the conference program and symposium proceedings as well as through signage at the conference which had over 1000 attendees last year from across New York State agencies, industry, and academia.

Thank you for your support!

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Never underestimate the time, expense, and effort an opponent will expend to break a code.

- Robert Morris

The mantra of any good security engineer is: "Security is not a product, but a process." It's more than designing strong cryptography into a system; it's designing the entire system such that all security measures, including cryptography, work together.

- Bruce Schneier

Better be despised for too anxious apprehensions, than ruined by too confident security.

- Edmund Burke