[ISN] Free SANS Web Briefing: Intrusion Detection

From: mea culpa (jerichoat_private)
Date: Wed Jan 06 1999 - 16:00:52 PST

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    This note announces our January SANS web-based briefing.  This month, we
    have one of the hottest security topics available: `Emerging Patterns in
    Intrusion Detection'.  For one hour, Alan Paller will interview Stephen
    Northcutt, who oversees intrusion detection for more than 14,000 computers
    and chairs the National Intrusion Detection & Response conferences.  You
    might have seen Stephen's name on the SHADOW intrusion detection system. 
    As with all SANS web-based briefings, you don't have to leave your office
    or home, and can tap in at any time 24 hours a day (though only at the
    time below will the presentation be live!).  Participants during the live
    briefing can e-mail questions to be answered during the broadcast (time
    permitting, of course). 
    The SANS Institute and Axent Technologies are co-sponsoring this briefing
    with the cooperation of ISSA -- The Information Systems Security
    Association and ISACA -- The Information System Audit and Control
    What:     Interview with Stephen Northcutt, intrusion detection expert
    When:     Thursday, January 14, 1999  (and later for `reruns')
              10 am Pacific Time, 11 am Mountain, noon Central, 1 pm Eastern, 18:00 GMT
    Duration: 60 minutes
    Cost:     Free
    Who:      Security, network, or system admins or auditors who wish to hear
    	  about the state of the art in intrusion detection
    Where:    Your internet-connected computer that can receive broadcasts from
    How:      Register at  http://www.sans.org/jan14.htm
    The website should reply within a minute or two with some background
    literature from our sponsor and the URL and password for the free
    broadcast.  If you don't get a reply, please let me know at
    Feel free to share this announcement with any potentially interested
    				Your SANS Public Relations Guy,
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