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CMP Media Buys Black Hat Print E-mail
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Source: Light Reading - Posted by Pax Dickinson   
CMP Media, a marketing solutions company serving the technology, healthcare and entertainment markets, announced today that it has acquired Black Hat Inc., a producer of information security conferences and training that includes Black Hat Briefings and Conferences.

Jeff Moss, founder and owner, will continue to run Black Hat and will join CMP Media as Director of Black Hat. Combining CMP's current portfolio of Computer Security Institute (CSI), Secure Enterprise magazine and the Security Pipeline website with Black Hat, will position CMP Media as the strongest platform in the computer security media market.

"Black Hat has been one of the most successful conferences in computer security, with incredible growth over the past five years," said Chris Keating, vice president of CMP's security media group. "Its approach to security, focusing on attacks and countermeasures, complements CSI's methodology of a broader approach to computer security."

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Snort, and now Black Hat..Written by paxd on 2005-11-16 15:01:38
You'd almost think computer security was turning into a big business.. :grin
Good groupingWritten by dave on 2005-11-16 17:11:41
That seems to make a pretty good grouping of security resources. CSI classes are awesome and I like SE magazine better than SC Magazine.
MagazinesWritten by bdthomas on 2005-11-16 20:44:08
I prefer Information Security Magazine.
Written by bdthomas on 2005-11-16 20:44:47

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