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CanSecWest/core04 Call For Papers
From: Dragos Ruiu (drKYX.NET)
Date: Thu Oct 30 2003 - 12:56:13 CST
CALL FOR PAPERS
Network Security Training Conference
April 21,22,23 - 2004
CanSecWest would like to announce the final selection of papers
for the first, fall, PacSec.jp/core03 conference (below), and the
beginning of the call to submit papers for the spring, fifth annual,
CanSecWest/core04 network security training conference. The
conference will be held on April 21,22,23 at the Mariott
Renaissance in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The conference focuses on emerging information security
tutorials and technology.
Please make your paper proposal submissions before December 10, 2003.
The conference is responsible for travel and accomodations for
the speakers. If you have a proposal for a tutorial session then
please email a synopsis of the material and your biography,
papers, and speaking background to core04cansecwest.com.
Tutorials are one hour in length, Only slides will be needed for
the March paper deadline, full text does not have to be submitted.
The CanSecWest/core04 conference consists of tutorials
on technical details about current issues, innovative
techniques and best practices in the information security
realm. The audiences are a multi-national mix of professionals
involved on a daily basis with security work: security product
vendors, programmers, security officers, and network
administrators. We give preference to technical details
and education for a technical audience.
The conference itself is a single track series of presentations
in a lecture theater environment. The presentations offer
speakers the opportunity to showcase on-going research
and collaborate with peers while educating and highlighting
advancements in security products and techniques.
The focus is on innovation, tutorials, and education
instead of overt product pitches. Some commercial content
is tolerated, but it needs to be backed up by a technical
presenter - either giving a valuable tutorial and best
practices instruction or detailing significant new
technology in the products.
Paper proposals should consist of the following information:
1) Presenter, and geographical location (country of origin/passport)
and contact info (e-mail, postal address, phone, fax).
2) Employer and/or affiliations.
3) Brief biography, list of publications and papers.
4) Any significant presentation and educational experience/background.
5) Topic synopsis, Proposed paper title, and a one paragraph description.
6) Reason why this material is innovative or significant or an
7) Optionally, any samples of prepared material or outlines ready.
Please forward the above information to core04cansecwest.com to
be considered for placement on the speaker roster.
The selected PacSec.jp/core03 papers are:
Lance Spitzner - Honeypot Technologiers Inc.
Richard Forno - Former InterNIC CSO
Nicolas Fischbach - COLT Telecom
Secure Network Infrastructure Deployment
Jose Nazario - Arbor Networks
Is the future so bleak? An analysis of proposed worm futures
FX - Phenoelit
Cisco Vulnerabilities: The Past, The Present, and The Future
Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino - Internet Initiative Japan Inc. -
IP Version 6 Security Considerations
Marty Roesch - Sourcefire
Passive network reconnaissance and intrusion data analysis
Ivan Arce & Gerardo Richarte - Core SDI
State of the Art Security from an Attacker's Viewpoint.
Dave Aitel - Immunity Inc.
Modern Exploit Shellcode Generation and Attack Techniques (MOSDEF)
Theo DeRaadt - OpenBSD
Advances in OpenBSD
Tom Vogt - SELinux
Secsecurity Enhanced Linux Architecture and Applications
PacSec.jp/core03 details, late announcements can be found at http://pacsec.jp
CanSecWest/core04 details and early discount registration can be found
Top security experts. Cutting edge tools, techniques and information.
Tokyo, Japan November 6,7 2003 http://pacsec.jp
Vancouver, Canada April 21,22,23 2004 http://cansecwest.com
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