Have you registered for the 9th USENIX Security Symposium yet?
Whether you are a computer security researcher, an applications
developer, or the system administrator everyone expects will maintain a
bulletproof site, this is the one conference you need to attend.
This year's program features: *Keynote Speaker Dr. Blaine Burnham, Director
of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center and former NSA program
*In-depth tutorials on topics such as intrusion detection, forensics, security
for Windows 2000, virtual private networks, infrastructure, and cryptography
at all levels of expertise.
*Twenty paper presentations and several Works In Progress reports
providing new insights and the latest in research work on security projects
for personal digital assistants (PDAs), software security, public key
infrastructures, access controls, intrusion detection, and certification.
*Presentations by top notch instructors and industry experts such as: Avi
Rubin, Daniel Geer, Tina Bird, Brad Cox, Char Sample, Jim Duncan, Rik Farrow,
and Marcus Ranum, Ian Goldberg, Suelette Dreyfus, Mudge, and Mark Chen.
*Birds-Of-A-Feather Sessions, a fast growing Vendor Exhibition and many
opportunities to meet your peers.
Join us August 14 - 17, 2000 in Denver, Colorado. Full program details and
registration are available online at http://www.usenix.org/events/sec2000.