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[ISN] CanSecWest/core01 Conference Announcement
From: InfoSec News (isnC4I.ORG)
Date: Thu Jan 25 2001 - 02:29:38 CST
Forwarded by: Dragos Ruiu <drkyx.net>
CanSecWest/core01 Conference Announcement v1.2
Some information for all of you regarding the CanSecWest/core01
Network Security Training Conference:
The dates for this year's conference are March 28-30.
It will be held again in downtown Vancouver, B.C. Canada.
The current conference speaker lineup includes:
Renaud Deraison - Author of Nessus, speaking about the Nessus attack scanner,
giving an overview of scanner operations and a tutorial on Nessus Attack
Scripting Language (NASL). [http://www.nessus.org]
Martin Roesch - Author of the popular Snort Intrusion Detection System (IDS),
speaking about new developments in IDSes. [http://www.snort.org]
Ron Gula of Enterasys - VP of IDS products, author of Dragon IDS, Speaking
about evading IDS systems. [http://www.network-defense.com]
Dug Song of Arbor Networks - Author of many famous networking tools. Speaking
about monkey in the middle attacks on encrypted protocols
such as SSH and SSL. :-) [http://www.monkey.org/~dugsong/]
Rain Forest Puppy - Will be speaking about assessing the web, with
demonstrations of several new (previously unreleased) rfp.labs web
tools including the release of Whisker 2.0 and other surprises
in his inimitable style. [http://www.wiretrip.net]
Mixter of 2XS Ltd. (Israel) - Author of several widely used distributed tools
and some popular security whitepapers will give a talk about "The
future of distributed applications" explaining the key elements of
peer-to-peer networks, discussing a few examples/possibilities of
distributed technology, and related security problems in distributed
K2 of w00w00 - Will present his new ADMutate, a multi-platform, polymorphic
shell-code toolkit and libraries for detection evasion. [http://www.ktwo.ca]
(Early reviews say it's scary good. --dr)
Matthew Franz of Cisco -- Author of Trinux: A Linux Security Security
Toolkit, will discuss a comprehensive security model (including tools
and techniques) for conducting security evaluations of firewalls, VPNs,
and other networked devices. [http://www.trinux.org]
Lance Spitzner of Sun - Will present more of the HoneyNet group's honeypot
findings, including watching Romanian hackers on their own web
cam while they were hacking one of his honeypots for their botnet.
Theo DeRaadt of OpenBSD - Paper Title TBA [http://www.openbsd.org]
Fyodor of insecure.org - Author of the popular nmap network scanner, will talk
about new mapping and scanning tools and techniques. [http://www.insecure.org]
Frank Heidt of Stake - Paper Title TBA [http://www.atstake.com]
HD Moore of Digital Defense- WIll give a surely popular talk about his more
esoteric NT penetration test tricks in apresentation called "Making NT
bleed." where he will cover some of the procedures he as had to
develop during the course of cracking multiple systems for
customers daily. [http://www.digitaldefense.net]
Jay Beale of MandrakeSoft - Author the the Linux Bastille scripts and Security
Team Director at MandrakeSoft, will talk about securing Linux.
Kurt Seifried of SecurityPortal.com - Will moderate a panel debate about
cryptography... a "two edged sword" including PKI, SSH and SSL.
Dave Dittrich of University of Washington: Author of many famous Forensic
Analyses and UW Senior Security Engineer, will give a talk about
finding intruders, then tracing their actions through the trails
they leave on penetrated systems.
Afternoon (1-6), Wed Mar 28.
All Day (10-6:30) (and night :-), Thurs Mar 29,
Morning (10-2) Fri 30.
There will be some Birds of a Feather sessions held at 6:30 on
Thursday - these will be announced at the conference.
The venue will be the Pacific Palisades Hotel Conference Center on
The hotel web site can be found at www.pacificpallisadeshotel.com We
have negotiated discounted rates for the CanSecWest conference with
the hotel at $150/night regular, and $200/night suite for attendees.
I'm told that some (but not all) suites now feature in room high speed
network access. Attendees need to tell the reservations desk they are
attending the CanSecWest conference.
The conference this year will be held in the hotel itself in their
meeting facility, and will feature a catering room, as well as a a
vendor display area and a place to set up your computer to check
e-mail. There will be a wireless 802.11 network and a "Capture The
Flag" contest over the wireless net, on-going throughout the
presentations. If you are bringing a PC with a wireless card, please
ensure your firewalls are in good working order, as we assume no
liability for what kind of traffic may be seen. (:-) This year, we
will have a permanent coffee stand (after feedback from last year's
sessions). Seating is limited and the venue is slightly smaller than
last year so please book early to ensure a spot.
How to register:
-In the month of January, you may register by either sending PGP encrypted
e-mail to drdursec.com (gpg/pgp key on file at wwwkeys.pgp.net) with
the following information:
Your company address
Visa card number/expiry
Visa Billing Name and Address
Your contact phone number.
Your preferred e-mail address for conference mailings.
(I'm sorry we still accept only VISA at this time and Mastercard
or AmEx is not an option. We also accept pre-payment by couriered
cheque or wire transfer of USD or CAD equivalents. Registrations
are reserved upon receipt of cheque - please email drkyx.net
for further details about this payment method.)
-Alternatively you can phone Dragos Ruiu at +1 (604) 722-3993 with
the above information and he will process the VISA transaction manually.
Please try to phone between 10:00AM-8:00PM PST, but an occasional
odd hour phonecall from weird timezones will be tolerated if it
_absolutely_ cannot be avoided.
If you prefer we can also reserve a hotel room on your credit card, if
you specify dates. (We have been told that our block booking will
have priority for the rooms with networking).
In January the registration fee will be:
USD$895 - for past attendees.
USD$980 - for all others up until Jan 31.
In February, an on-line booking system will be up at www.dursec.com
and the registration fees for all will be USD$1120.
In March, the registration fee will be USD$1350.
Due to the slightly smaller venue we expect that registrations
at the door will be extremely limited and potentially unavailable,
at a cost of USD$1595.
Vendor sponsorships are available at USD$2500, which as
well as sponsoring a display table for the vendor also gives
the vendor up to five attendee registrations at USD$580.
The cut-off date for vendor sponsorships is March 15.
Registration fees include catered lunches and coffee breaks.
Thanks for your continuing support, and I hope we'll have
a conference that will surpass the positive experiences of
last years conference. I'm eager to see and hear the fascinating
papers planned, and this year, we will be bringing back the
popular technical book(s) (title TBD) that will be given to
attendees, as well as having another conference CD-ROM
full of goodies and some previously unreleased tools and
information. I'm looking forward to seeing you there.
Dragos Ruiu <drdursec.com> dursec.com ltd. / kyx.net - we're from the
future gpg/pgp key on file at wwwkeys.pgp.net
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