12th Annual USENIX Security Symposium, August 4-8, 2003, Washington DC
Register now for the 12th USENIX Security Symposium. As with previous
security symposiums, the breadth and quality of this years tutorials,
refereed papers, invited talks, and participants is excellent.
WHAT: USENIXs 12th Annual Security Symposium
WHEN: August 4-8, 2003
WHERE: Washington, D.C., Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
WHO: Researchers, System Administrators, Policy Wonks, etc.
WHY: To get to and stay on the cutting edge of computer security
TUTORIALS: experts such as Marcus Ranum, Radia Perlman, and David
Rhoades will give you the information, techniques, tools, and strategies
you need to practice effective security today and tomorrow.
PAPERS and INVITED TALKS: luminaries such as Steve Bellovin, Bill
Cheswick, Niels Provos, Kevin Fu, Peter Gutmann, Dan Boneh, David Farber
and Mark Seiden will present cutting-edge issues in topics such as:
o electronic voting
o physical security realities
o defending Akamai's 13,000 servers
o the Internet as the ultimate surveillance network
o system hardening
o QA in security products
o sandboxing malicious applications
o emerging security issues with 802.11 and SSL
o new directions in Trusted Computing
o the realities of site responsiveness to new security
Birds-of-a-Feather sessions and Work-in-Progress reports give you a
preview of next year's news, or present fledgling work of your own and
get feedback from the audience.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: "Black Unicorn" will talk about the central role played
in security by notions of identity, reputation, and trust, drawing on
his cypherpunk background and studies of the dynamics of
money-laundering, black markets, and narcotics smuggling.
For more information and to register for the 12th USENIX Security