The USENIX Security Symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers, and others interested in the latest advances in the security of computer systems and networks.
TWO NEW INVITED TALKS ANNOUNCED!
- "Building Securable Infrastructure: Open-Source Private Clouds" by Pravir Chandra, CTO Security Architect, Bloomberg
- "Tracking the Casino Computer Wars: Who’s Winning—the Casino or the Cheat?" by Richard Marcus, Casino Cheating and Fraud Consultant; Author of American Roulette, The Great Casino Heist, Dirty Poker, World’s Greatest Gambling Scams, and Identity Theft, Incorporated
The Symposium will span three days, with a technical program including:
- Wednesday Keynote Address by Edward W. Felten, Director, Center for Information Technology Policy, and Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs, Princeton University; former Chief Technologist, U.S. Federal Trade Commission: "Dr. Felten Goes To Washington: Lessons from 18 Months in Government"
- Thursday Keynote Address by Andy Ozment, Senior Director for Cybersecurity, White House: "The White House's Priorities for Cybersecurity"
- Invited Talks from Crispin Cowan, Senior Program Manager, Windows Core Security, Microsoft, Inc; Jim Adler, VP of Products, Metanautix; and Chris Evans, Google Chrome Security Team; and more
- Over 40 refereed papers covering the latest research including topics such as network security, large-scale systems security, mobile security, cryptology, hardware and embedded security, Web security, and much more
- Evening events including Birds-of-a-Feather sessions, poster and rump sessions, and more