2005 NETWORK AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM SECURITY SYMPOSIUM (NDSS'05) IS FAST APPROACHING!

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  1. danny

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    JUST A REMINDER THAT THE INTERNET SOCIETY'S
    2005 NETWORK AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM SECURITY SYMPOSIUM (NDSS'05)
    IS FAST APPROACHING!

    February 2, 2005 - Pre Conference Workshop
    February 3-4, 2005 - Symposium
    Catamaran Resort Hotel, San Diego, California
    General Chair: Eric Harder, National Security Agency
    Program co-Chairs: Dan Simon, Microsoft Research
    Dan Boneh, Stanford University

    ONLINE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION: http://www.isoc.org/ndss05/

    The 12th annual NDSS Symposium brings together innovative and
    forward thinking members of the Internet community including
    leading edge security researchers and implementers, globally
    recognized security technology experts, and users from both
    the private and public sectors who design, develop, exploit,
    and deploy the technologies that define network and distributed
    system security.

    NDSS'05 provides a balanced mix of technical papers (with a
    strong emphasis on implementation) that cover new and practical
    approaches to security problems that are endemic to network and
    distributed systems.

    THIS YEAR'S TOPICS INCLUDE:
    * Cryptography in Network Security
    * Denial of Service Attacks
    * Peer to Peer Approaches
    * Internet Defense
    * Intrusion Detection
    * Platform Security.

    FEATURED GUEST SPEAKERS:
    * Amit Yoran, who was responsible for coordinating cyber-security
    activities for Homeland Security, will speak on "Security
    Challenges and Opportunities of the Future Enterprise"

    * Dr. Stefan Savage, Computer Science Dept., University of
    California, San Diego discusses "Internet Outbreaks:
    Epidemiology and Defenses

    PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP TOPICS INCLUDE:
    * Security in handling mobility on the internet
    * Security in wireless LANs
    * Security for telephony or voice over IP
    * Trust relations in ad hoc networks
    * Key management strategies to support mobility
    * Security in RFID.
    More information is available at:
    http://www.isoc.org/isoc/conferences/ndss/05/workshop.shtml

    REGISTER NOW
    Registration for NDSS'05 is now open. Student rates are available
    for both the workshop and symposium. See the web site for more
    information -- http://www.isoc.org/ndss05/

    Registration fees:
    * After January 10, 2005 $695.

    Online registrations will be accepted until 20 January 2005. After
    that date, on-site registration will be available upon your
    arrival.

    HOTEL RESERVATIONS
    Remember to make your hotel reservations with the Catamaran
    Resort Hotel. https://shop.evanshotels.com/nds0130.html

    SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE!
    If your organization would like to help support NDSS and gain
    visibility through sponsoring, please contact:
    . Information is also available at
    http://www.isoc.org/ndss05/

    Karen Seo
    NDSS'05 Publicity Chair
     
    danny, Jan 20, 2005
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