[ISN] Final Reminder / Update: Black Hat Briefings July 11-12th

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Date: Mon Jun 25 2001 - 02:02:29 PDT

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    The Black Hat Briefings 2001 USA
    Security Conference Announcement
    Training July 9th-10th
    Conference July 11th-12th
    Location: Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada
    The Black Hat Briefings is a conference for researchers, IT
    professionals and experienced security administrators.
    Every year, leaders in the security field are brought together to
    Black Hat to discuss the latest threats, trends, products, and
    influences in the Internet and security environment - it's not
    something to miss.
    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.
    We've chosen 46 speakers for 40 different sessions with a new emphasis
    on unique, never- before-heard presentations and demonstrations.  
    We've posted detailed summaries of each session and the schedule is
    -- 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
    -- Our Keynote Speakers Include:
         * James Bamford, author of "The Puzzle Palace" & "Body of
    Secrets", best-selling books about the NSA - the largest, most hidden
    and most important intelligence agency in the U.S.
         * Richard Clarke is the senior U.S. government official
    responsible for cyber security policy. He was appointed by the
    President as the first national coordinator for security,
    infrastructure protection and counter-terrorism. He chairs the U.S.
    government's committees on cyber security, continuity of operations,
    counter-terrorism, domestic preparedness and international crime.
    -- 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 http://www.blackhat.com
    Thank you,
    Jeff Moss
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