ToorCon 2002 call for papers

Friday, 14 June 2002, 12:28 PM EST

ToorCon is a comprehensive three day computer security extraveganza featuring lectures from some of the top experts in the field, hands-on demonstrations of the newest approaches to computer security, and a competitive game called RootWars which tests your penetration and defensive skills in a real-time simulation. It will be held on September 27th-29th in Downtown San Diego and starts off with a reception at The Bristol Hotel on Friday, September 27th. The Conference will take place on Saturday, September 28th and Sunday, September 29th in rooms 227, 228, and 250 at the San Diego Concourse.

ToorCon will be covering a range of topics on current issues in the computer security industry. All that we ask is that your presentations are not selling a commercial product or service. We also ask that your presentations are on cutting edge technologies/concepts.

All talks should be 75 minutes in length with approximately 10-15 minutes allocated for Q&A and open discussion. All submissions should be sent to Talks will be accepted up until the 16th of August, 2002.

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