[ISN] The Black Hat Briefings USA '01 Security Conference Announcement

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Date: Tue May 01 2001 - 14:41:05 PDT

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    Forwarded by: Jeff Moss <jmossat_private>
    The Black Hat Briefings USA '01
    Security Conference Announcement
    Training July 9th-10th
    Conference July 11th-12th @ Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada
    The Black Hat Briefings is a conference for IT professionals and
    experienced security administrators, researchers, and attackers.
    Every year leaders in the security field are brought together to this
    conference to discuss the latest threats, trends, products, and
    influences in the Internet and security environment. Don't miss it.
    This year's topics include: Reverse Engineering, the Honey Net
    Project, the CVE, 802.11b WEP security, ICMP scanning, SQL security
    configuration, GSM and WAP security, and more.
    There be 34 speakers, with a new emphasis on unique, never before
    heard presentations and more demonstrations.  Technical content is up,
    and stuff we already know is down.  Black Hat does not have a million
    speakers, and that allows it to be more selective.
    - New features for 2001 include a "Tools of the Trade" track, a
      wireless 802.11b network, Sign Language Interpreters for the hearing
      impaired, and a CD ROM containing the presentations, tools, and
    Just in: James Bamford, Author of "The Puzzle Palace" will be speaking
    on researching secrets and his experience in writing his new book on
    the NSA, "Body of Secrets."
    Early Registration ends June 22nd. Attend Black Hat and receive a free
    admission to DEF CON, immediately following the Conference July
    For full conference details, updates, and past speeches available for
    free, please visit www.blackhat.com
    Thank you,
    Jeff Moss
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