This is a discussion on [fw-wiz] EUSecWest/London Call for Papers and PacSec/Tokyo announcements - Firewalls ; url: http://eusecwest.com url: http://pacsec.jp (PacSec/Tokyo Announcement below...) EUSecWest/core06 CALL FOR PAPERS -------------------------------- London Security Summit February 20/21 2006 LONDON, United Kingdom -- Applied technical security will be the focus of a new annual conference from the organizers of CanSecWest, and ...
(PacSec/Tokyo Announcement below...)
EUSecWest/core06 CALL FOR PAPERS
London Security Summit February 20/21 2006
LONDON, United Kingdom -- Applied technical security
will be the focus of a new annual conference from the
organizers of CanSecWest, and PacSec, which is sponsored
by the U.K. Ministry of Defence - where the eminent
figures in the international security industry will
get together with leading European researchers to
share best practices and technology. The most
significant new discoveries about computer network
hack attacks and defenses, commercial security
solutions, and pragmatic real world security experience
will be presented in central London at the Victoria
Park Plaza hotel on February 20 and 21.
The EUSecWest meeting provides international researchers
a relaxed, comfortable environment to learn from informative
tutorials on key developments in security technology, and
to collaborate and socialize with their peers in one of the
world's hubs of IT activity - downtown London.
In addition to the usual one hour tutorials, panel sessions
and highly entertaining 5 minute "lightning" talks, this
conference will also feature a new session called
"Elevator Focus Groups". Featuring several short
sessions, these commercial presentations will showcase
new, significantly used, or dramatically innovative
products in the information security realm. Each
selected vendor will have a short 10 minute
presentation ("elevator pitch"), after which 10 minutes
of audience Q&A and interactive discussion amongst
the expert security practitioners attending will follow.
In this session both the audience and the vendors can
get valuable feedback from world leading experts.
The attendees can get user evaluations and learn
from sharing experiences about real world security
applications and the practical uses of the products - the
"focus group." Hence the name: Elevator Focus Groups.
The EUSecWest conference will also feature the availability
of the Security Masters Dojo expert network security sensei
instructors, and their advanced, and intermediate, hands-on
training courses - featuring small class sizes and practical
application excercises to maximize information transfer.
We would like to announce the opportunity to submit papers,
lightning talk proposals, and elevator focus candidate products
for selection by the EUSecWest technical review committee.
Please make your proposal submissions before December 1st 2006.
Slides for the papers must be submitted by February 1st 2006.
Some invited papers have been confirmed, but a limited
number of speaking slots are still available. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Only slides
will be needed for the February paper deadline, full text
does not have to be submitted.
The EUSecWest/core06 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 new education for a
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 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 include the plain text version of this information in your email
as well as any file, pdf, or html attachments.
Please forward the above information to email@example.com to
be considered for placement on the speaker roster, have your lightning
talk scheduled, or submit your product for inclusion in the focus
Advance discount registration is now available for EUSecWest
PacSec/core05 Conference Tokyo November 14-16
We would like to announce the final list of Security
Masters Dojo courses that will be offered on the 14th
at Aoyama Diamond Hall. Seats are available for all
courses currently, but course registration is limited to
only ten students each. The hands-on courses offered
Sinan 'noir' Eren & Nicolas Waisman - Immunity
Win32 Reliable Heap Explotation
Gerardo Richarte - Core Security Technologies
Assembly for Exploit Writing
Marty Roesch - Sourcefire
Advanced IDS Deployment and Optimization
Maximillian Dornseif & Thorsten Holtz - Aachen University
Advanced Honeypot Tactics
Philippe Biondi - EADS
Mastering the Network with SCAPY
We would also like to announce the final lineup of talks
and apologize that the presentation from "sowhat" of the
Chinese Xfocus group will be delayed to CanSecWest in
April due to travel documentation issues. The final talks for
PacSec in two weeks on November 15/16 will be:
Andrea Barisani - Gentoo
Building a modern LDAP based security framework.
Cedric "Sid" Blancher - EADS
WiFi traffic injection based attacks
Javier Burroni - CORE SDI
Using Neural Networks for remote OS identification
Maximillian Dornseif - Laboratory for Dependable Distribute Systems
Watching hackers hack - attack visualization
van Hauser - thc
Attacking the IPv6 protocol suite
Adam Jacobs - Oracle
Commercial Software and How Can We Fix It?
Chris Jordan - Endeavor Security
Writing Better Intrusion Prevention Signatures
Hiroshi Shinotsuka - Symantec
Advances in Trojan Threats
Window Snyder - formerly Microsoft
A new perspective on internal security.
Ilja van Sprundel - Suresec
Unix Kernel Auditing
Mark Uemura - PWC
Fault Redundant IPV6 Wireless Firewalls
Yuji Ukai - eeye
Real-Time OS Based Embedded Systems Using the JTAG Emulator
Christian Wieser - Oulu University Secure Programming Group
VoIP: SIP robustness and RTP security
Seats are still available for PacSec, and registration
is open at: https://pacsec.jp/register.html
Security Masters Dojo/Tokyo registration is now open
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration support or
corporate sponsorship inquiries.
World Security Pros. Cutting Edge Training, Tools, and Techniques
Tokyo, Japan November 14-16 2005 http://pacsec.jp
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