USENIX Association tells us about the 10th USENIX Security Symposium, August 13-17, 2001, in Washington, D.C.
http://www.usenix.org/events/sec01. Register by July 20, and save up to $200. The theme of the symposium is, "Practical Security for the Real World." Keynote addresss by Richard M. Smith, CTO, Privacy Foundation: "Web-Enabled Gadgets: Can We Trust Them?"
24 refereed papers on the best new research:
Denial of Service
Invited talks by leaders in the field:
* Matt Blaze, AT&T Research Labs
* Mark Eckenwiler, U.S. Department of Justice
* Eric Murray, SecureDesign, LLC
* John Young, Crytome.org
* Deborah Natsios, Carome.org
* and others!
In depth, immediately useful tutorials:
* Wireless IP Security and Connectivity
* Network Security
* Intrusion Detection and Network Forensics
* Hacking Exposed: Live!
* Cryptographic Algorithms Revealed
* VPN Architecture and Implementation
The 2001 10th Security Symposium is sponsored by
USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association. www.usenix.org