Attend the 11th USENIX Security Symposium being held August 5-9 in
San Francisco. Check out http://www.usenix.org/sec02 for our early
registration and student discounts.
This year's program brings together an exceptional group of speakers
to inform and educate including Keynote speaker Whitfield Diffie,
co-inventor of public key cryptography and Chief Security Officer at
Sun Microsystems. Diffie will talk about security policy and
challenges for the 21st century. Other Invited Talks teach you why
common security systems fail; how to validate and test security
designs; how to make biometrics authentication work; legal aspects of
the DMCA; and much more.
Benefit from our security tutorials where you can learn the latest
techniques and the most effective strategies from the experts
including: Building Honey Pots, IPSs, UNIX Security Solutions, and
Building Secure Software.
Want to learn new ideas for adding security hooks to software
systems? Find out how to sandbox malicious applications? Understand
how to secure new Web services? Learn about privacy issues or dealing
with law enforcement? Take away practical solutions to these topics
and more at the USENIX Security Symposium.
For detailed information and to register, please visit our Web site
Don't miss our FREE VENDOR EXHIBITION! Your exhibit pass also
includes access to our Keynote presentation, by Whitfield Diffie on
Wednesday, August 7, 9am.
We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
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