Call For Papers Announcement: Black Hat Windows Security

Wednesday, 23 October 2002, 1:50 PM EST

Papers and presentations are now being accepted for The Black Hat Briefings: Windows Security 2003 event in Seattle, Washington, February 26th to the 27th. Papers and requests to speak will be received and reviewed until December 15, 2003.

The Black Hat Briefings Windows Security Briefings was created to focus specifically on the security issues created in the Windows environment. Many new technologies are included in the W2K and Windows XP family of operating systems, and they have security implications that need to be understood.

Because the issues surrounding W2K and XP security are so numerous, a specific Black Hat conference has been created to explore them. Spanning two days with three separate tracks, this conference will explore in greater detail the technologies, tools, and techniques needed by system administrators to stay on the cutting edge.

What makes Black Hat Windows Security different? The speakers. We select the speakers that are doing unique research, writing the security tools, or finding the bugs. No vendor pitches. Just straight talk from people who are experts in their chosen field of study.

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