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2006 AusCERT member survey terms and conditions
22 May 2006
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Information on how to enter the competition forms part of the terms and conditions of entry.
The promoter is The University of Queensland trading as AusCERT, the Australian Computer Emergency Response Team.
Employees of AusCERT member organisations are eligible to enter. Employees and their immediate families of AusCERT and The University of Queensland are ineligible. To enter, employees of AusCERT member organisations must complete the online
2006 AusCERT Member Survey
or a hardcopy version available from the AusCERT stand at AusCERT2006, ensuring they include their name, contact phone number and email address and at least 17 additional survey questions. Only one entry per person will be accepted.
The Promotion commences 22 May 2006. Entries close midnight EST 7 July 2006. Winners will be notified by email prior to the 14 July 2006. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Invalid entries will not be included in the prize draw. Prize winners will be determined at random.
The first eligible survey entry drawn shall receive a copy of
"Protect Your Windows Network : From Perimeter to Data." By Jesper M. Johansson and Steve Riley (ISBN: 1597490482)
which has a recommended retail price of US$44.99.
The second eligible survey entry drawn shall receive a copy of
"Insider Threat Protecting the Enterprise from Sabotage Spying and Theft" By Dr. Eric Cole, Sandra Ring (ISBN: 1-59749-048-2)
which has a recommended retail price of of US$34.95.
The next 25 eligible survey entries drawn shall receive an AusCERT travel mug valued at AU$10.
Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash.
If any winner does not claim their prize or cannot be contacted by 4:00pm 27 July 2006, the promoter will redraw the prize until a winner has been contacted and the prize is claimed.
Competition winners shall be published on the AusCERT website.
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