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CSIAChhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (India)
CSIAChimney Safety Institute of America
CSIACyber Security Industry Alliance
CSIACyber Security and Information Assurance (National Science and Technology Council)
CSIACentro Scolastico Industrie Artistiche (Italian: Industrial Arts Education Center)
CSIACompound Specific Isotope Analysis
CSIAChina Software Industry Association
CSIAColorado Software and Internet Association
CSIACustomer Service Institute of Australia
CSIAControl System Integrator Association
CSIAComité de Solidarité Avec Les Indiens des Amériques (French: Committee of Solidarity with the Indians of the Americas)
CSIACanadian Ski Instructor Alliance
CSIACalifornia Ski Industry Association
CSIAClimate Stewardship and Innovation Act
CSIACentre for Studies in Aging (Canada)
CSIAClinton-Sherman Industrial Airpark (Burns Flat, Oklahoma)
CSIAChimney Service Institute of America
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The Cyber Security Industry Alliance is the only advocacy group dedicated exclusively to ensuring the privacy, reliability and integrity of information systems through public policy, technology, education and awareness.
Source: Cyber Security Industry Alliance (http://www.csialliance.org)
A who's who list of security systems vendors has announced the formation of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance at the RSA Conference 2004 show in San Francisco.
TechAmerica is also the technology industry's only grassroots-to-global advocacy network, with offices in state capitals around the United States, Washington, D.C., Europe (Brussels) and Asia (Beijing).It was formed by the merger of AeA (formerly the American Electronics Association), the Cyber Security Industry Alliance (CSIA), the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) and the Government Electronics & Information Technology Association (GEIA).Learn more about TechAmerica at www.techamerica.org.
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