CHEYENNE, Wyo. - First Virtual Holdings Inc. announced on-line seminars on electronic commerce laws.
The 30-day seminars, conducted in the form of electronic message exchange between participants and attorney Benjamin Wright, will address such topics as electronic data interchange, electronic funds transfer, EDI trading partner agreements, and electronic signatures and the role of cryptography.
The seminars are accessible through the Compuserve network, Internet mail, or the National Computer Security Association InfoSecurity Forum.
Special guest lecturers will include Nathaniel Borenstein, chief scientist at First Virtual, Richard Crone of KPMG Peat Marwick, and Charles Merrill, chairman of the computer and high tech department at the law firm of McCarter & English.
Tuition for the seminars are $350 for members of the National Computer Security Association and $395 for nonmembers.