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RUXCON 2004

Date: 10 July-11 July 2004
Location: University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Organizer: Australian computer security community
Homepage: http://www.ruxcon.org

RUXCON is a conference organised by and for the Australian computer security community. It is an attempt to bring together the individual talents of the Australian scene, through live presentations, activities, and demonstrations.

The conference is held over two days in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, allowing attendees to enjoy themselves whilst expanding their knowledge on security.

RUXCON is non-profiting with staff volunteering their time, effort and resources to assure the smooth and professional running of the conference. RUXCON staff firmly believe that the technical calibre of
our guest speakers is superior to those at any other conference in Australia.

Presentations will include in-depth talks on varying subject matter. Workshops provide a way for attendees to be introduced to new security related topics and learn basic fundamentals. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet new people, both socially and through some friendly rivalry, during many of the activities and competitions. These activities will allow novices to improve their basic skills, while experts can test their skills against their peers, with everyone having the opportunity of winning prizes.

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