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Security and Privacy
February 9-10, 2004 in Austin, Texas

SUNDAY, February 8
7:00 pm
Welcome Reception and Buffet Dinner (7:30 pm)

7:30 am


8:30 am
Conference Welcome
Leonard Kleinrock, TTI/Vanguard Advisory Board
8:45 am
Conference Overview
John Perry Barlow, TTI/Vanguard Advisory Board
9:00 am
A Risks-Oriented View of Security and Privacy
Peter G. Neumann, Principal Scientist, SRI International Computer Science Laboratory
9:45 am
Running Multiple, Interactive Security Applications
Prabhu Goel, Founder and CEO, iPolicy Networks
10:15 am
10:45 am
Secure Collaboration and Information-sharing Tools
Steve Crocker, CEO and Co-founder, Shinkuro, Inc.
11:30 am
The Future of Internet Security
Mark Graff, Chief Cyber Security Officer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
12:15 pm
Understanding Crowd Dynamics
Keith Still, Director, Crowd Dynamics Ltd.
12:45 pm
Lunch and Round Table Discussions
2:00 pm
Internet Security Successes: It’s Hard, but It’s Not Impossible
Bill Cheswick, Chief Scientist, Lumeta Corp.
2:45 pm
Architectures and Processes for Security
Bill Neugent, Chief Engineer, Center for Integrated Intelligence Systems, MITRE
3:30 pm
How the U.S. Patriot Act Will Affect e-Commerce
Phillip Bevis, Founder and CEO, Arundel Books
4:00 pm
4:30 pm
Issues with Electronic Voting
Avi Rubin, Technical Director, Information Security Institute, Johns Hopkins University
5:15 pm
Rump Session – “Shared Lore”
John Perry Barlow, TTI/Vanguard Advisory Board and Pip Coburn, UBS Warburg
7:00 pm
Reception and Dinner

7:30 am


8:30 am
TTI/Vanguard Announcements
8:45 am
Cognitive and Behavioral Issues in Information Protection
Fred Cohen, Principal Analyst, Burton Group
9:30 am

Rights Management Systems
Carl Ellison, Security Architect, Security Business Unit, Microsoft

10:15 am
10:45 am
Attestation and Its Discontents: The Trusted Computing Controversy
Seth Schoen, Staff Technologist, Electronic Frontier Foundation
11:30 am
Know Your Rights – The Myth of Anonymity in the Era of P2P
Mark Ishikawa, CEO and CTO, BayTSP
12:00 pm
Privacy Protection and Personal Recording Devices
Edward Felten, Director, Secure Internet Programming Laboratory, Princeton University
12:45 pm
2:00 pm
Security and Identity: “Who Are You?” Doesn’t Have a Simple Answer
David Birch, Director, Consult Hyperion
2:30 pm
False Positives, Intrusion Detection, and Robust System Design
Steve Hofmeyr, Founder and Chief Scientist, Sana Security
3:00 pm
The Future of Encryption
Jon Callas, CTO and CSO, PGP Corporation
3:30 pm
Conference Wrap-Up
Bob Lucky, TTI/Vanguard Advisory Board
4:00 pm
Close of Conference

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