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PacSec 2008 Conference

The sixth annual PacSec conference will be held on November 12/13, 2008, at Aoyama Diamond Hall in Tokyo, Japan.

World Security Pros To Converge on Japan

TOKYO, Japan -- To address the increasing importance of information security in Japan, the best known figures in the international security industry will get together with leading Japanese researchers to share best practices and technology. The most significant new discoveries about computer network hack attacks will be presented for discussion at the sixth annual PacSec conference.

The PacSec meeting provides an opportunity for foreign specialists to be exposed to Japanese innovation and markets and collaborate on practical solutions to computer security issues. In a relaxed setting with a mixture of material bilingually translated in both English and Japanese, the eminent technologists can socialize and attend training sessions.

The presenters are experienced security professionals at the vanguard of leading information security technology as well as experienced instructors who have prepared tutorials intended to help you stay abreast of the latest developments in this rapidly moving technological field. The best, and brightest, have assembled unique new material to help you maintain your technological leadership - which they will present at this conference.

The conference is single track, with one hour presentations over the duration beginning at 10:00 a.m. The registration fee includes the catered meals, and there will be a vendor display and lounge/eating area where wireless internet access will be available (as well as in the speaking theater).

Presentations

Putting an SSH server in your NIC - Arrigo Trulzi
Gone in 900 Seconds, Some Crypto Issues with WPA - Erik Tews
Browser Memory Protection Bypasses: Virtual Machines - Mark Dowd, IBM
Cross domain leakiness: Divulging sensitive information and attacking SSL sessions - Chris Evans & Billy Rios, Google, Microsoft
Flash XSS - Rich Cannings, Google
Malicious origami in PDF - Fredric Raynal, Guillaume Delugre
Security for Virtual and Physical Server Environment - Akiko Takahashi
Living in the RIA World (Flash/Air, Silverlight, Gears, Prism, BrowserNow, HTML5) - David Thiel, iSec
Understanding Cross-Domain Models and Threats - Peleus Uhley, Adobe
Gaining access through Kerberos - Emmanuel Bouillon
A new web attack vector: Script Fragmentation - Stephan Chenette, WebSense
Countermeasure to SSH Brute Force Attack according to behaviour - Tetsuo Handa
Advances in Automated Attack Planning - Carlos Sarraute & Alejandro David Weil, Core
Inside "Winnyp", Winnyp Internals and Concepts of Network Crawling - Toshiaki Ishiyama, Fourteenforty


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