CSION Call For Papers

Monday, 20 May 2002, 6:52 PM EST

The Computer Security + Intelligence Conference (CSICON) is a three day conference running from August 19-21 focusing on security concepts, security research, and intelligence. It is meant to be a forum where security professionals and researchers can share methodologies and ideas.

Talks should be at a minimum 1 hour in length with an additional 15 minutes for Q&A. Longer talks will be considered based on its content. Talks are not to be a product or service sales pitch and should be informational and technical. Also, we are looking for ideas for evening break-out sessions and panel discussions.

Everyone is encouraged to submit their ideas as all papers will be judged on their content and relevance not just "the name" on the paper. Potential topics include: intrusion detection, intrusion response, forensics, penetration testing techniques, research methodologies, newly discovered vulnerabilities, wireless security, new developments in
cryptography, full disclosure, etc. Please send your papers to cfp@csicon.net.

Speakers will receive:

- a small honorarium
- all travel arrangements (flight and hotel) - some conditions may apply
- a speakers appreciation dinner on August 21

The conference details:
August 19 - 21, 2002
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Calgary, Alberta, CANADA

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