[ISN] Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, Dec 9 - 13 2002

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Date: Tue Nov 19 2002 - 06:26:56 PST

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    We are getting a great response from your peers, and there is still
    time for you to register for the 18th Annual Computer Security
    Applications Conference, December 9 - 13 2002, Alexis Park Resort &
    Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
    This is the premier conference on information technology security and
    its practical applications.  The details of this years conference are
    on our web site at http://www.acsac.org
    Monday Tutorials          
    December 9
    M1     Information System Security Basics
    M2     Understanding Biometric Technology and Its Implementation
    M3     Denial of Service Attacks: Background, Diagnosis & Mitigation
    M4     XML Security
    Tuesday Tutorials          
    December 10
    T5     Cryptography and PKI Basics
    T6     Mobile and Wireless Security Issues, Threats & Countermeasures
    T7     How to Successfully Assess Business & Automation Risks
    T8     Survivable Systems Analysis
    The Conference December 11-13 
    Invited Essayist:  
    Dr. Daniel Greer, Chief Technology Officer at @Stake Inc.
    Distinguished Practioner:  
    Dr. Earle Boebert, Senior Scientist, Sandia National Laboratories, New
    Mexico, USA
    Forums include discussions on:  Wireless Security, Cryptographic
    Applications, Intrusion Detection, and New Security Paradigms Workshop
    There are other events where you can meet and discuss issues with the
    leading security professionals in the world.
    See our web site for some of the peer-reviewed papers, joining the
    ACSAC mailing list, and more details on the conference.
    Jay Kahn
    ACSAC Publicity
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