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•Suresh N Chari, IBM•Andy Cirillo, Depaul University•Simon Grehan, National Centre for Technology in Education, Ireland•Michael Hart, Stony Brook University•Rob Johnson, Stony Brook University•Ajit Jaokar, Futuretext•Jesús Jiménez Cordente, ISDEFE, S.A, Spain•Robert Pajak, Interia, Poland•Corin Pitcher, Depaul University, USA•Robert Rachwald, Fortify Software•Zulfikar Ramzan, Symantec•Thomas Roessler, W3C•Paul Thompson, Dartmouth University•Daniele Vitali, Reply•Andreas Wiegenstein, VirtualForgeEditor: Giles Hogben, ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency)
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