Orlando Tech Entrepreneurs Message Board › Computer Security Conference - December 5-9 @ Buena Vista Palace
The longest running computer security conference in the world and one of the most prestigious is coming to Orlando next month. Thought it might be of interest to some (details follow below). Note that the early (discounted) registration deadline is next week.
The Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC) invites you to come learn and network with world-class security practitioners this December in Orlando. Keynoting ACSAC 2011 will be Susan Landau and Terry Benzel, with classic paper presentations by Paul Syverson and Matt Blaze.
This year’s outstanding technical program includes 39 accepted papers (out of 195 submitted), along with several panels and case studies on a diverse set of information security topics. Look for returning favorites, such as the New Security Paradigms Workshop Highlights panel, as well as new sessions ranging from Social Network Security and Applied Cryptography to Mobile Security and Situational Awareness.
Also, don’t miss out on the workshops, FISMA training, and professional development courses, including for the first time at ACSAC, Tracer FIRE – a forensic and incident response exercise & competition. All of which, along with the technical program, qualify for continuing education credit.
Whether your interest is web security, virtualization, applied cryptography, botnets, anonymity, security usability, or software protection, you are sure to find plenty to learn about and discuss with your colleagues at ACSAC 2011.
Program and Registration are available at www.acsac.org. Early registration deadline is November 11th.
Works-in-progress (short) presentations will be accepted until the start of the conference subject to space availability.