Robert Verrue, the European Commission’s Director General, Information Security, will set the scene for EEMA 2002 – EEMA’s 15th Annual Conference to be held between June 10 -12 2001 at the Marriott Hotel, Amsterdam.
The conference from Europe’s leading independent, not-for-profit e-Business association is open to both EEMA members and non-members and will feature presentations, workshops, meetings and training sessions by leading experts across the world.
Supported by ECP.NL - the Netherlands e-Commerce association, the three day event will comprise EEMA’s Interest Group Meetings (open to EEMA members only), three tracks running concurrently looking at the business and technical aspects of security, identity management and supply chain management, followed by three interactive workshops on the last day, with contributions from leading experts throughout the world.
In the first workshop, delegates will develop an action plan for securing an organisation with the help of Andrew Smith of @Stake, Richard Hollis of Orthus, Antony Watts of ICA and Eric De Smedt of EDS.
The second workshop will investigate the legal implications of unsolicited commercial e-Mail, together with the new European framework for taxation and e-Commerce assisted by Phillipe Gerard of the European Commission, Frank Hendrickx of KU Leuven Universiteit in Belgium, and Ine Lejeune of PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
The third workshop will examine the impact and benefits of electronically integrating an internal and external supply chain with Marius Rover of RetailConnect and Eric Van Bever of Microsoft.
EEMA member companies include a wide cross-section of e-Business users, vendors, government bodies and academic institutions.
For more information about EEMA 2002 visit http://www.eema.org or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone EEMA on +44 1386 793028.
EEMA, founded in 1987, is the leading independent, European non-for-profit e-Business association, pushing forward the boundaries of e-commerce, technology and legislation.
Its numerous Interest Groups, workshops, conferences and seminars each specialise in areas of current concern, to educate and inform its member companies on latest developments and technologies, at the same time enabling members of the association to compare views and ideas.
Working closely with governmental bodies, standards organisations and e-Business initiatives throughout Europe, EEMA is an instrumental force in moving European business towards working electronically.
Visit http://www.eema.org or contact EEMA at email@example.com or +44 1386 793028.
Note to press – if you would like to attend EEMA 2002 as a press delegate, free of charge, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Press contact – Ruth Cattell, EEMA, +44 1384 374008, email@example.com
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