!! Conference Program Computer Security Mexico 2005 !!

From: Seguridad en Computo - UNAM (seguridad_at_SEGURIDAD.UNAM.MX)
Date: 05/17/05

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                           Computer Security Mexico 2005
                   "11th Years celebrating Computer Security Mexico"

                                Palacio de Mineria
                              May 26th - May 27th, 2005

                                   Mexico City, Mexico

     The goal of Computer Security 2005 Mexico is to create awareness among
     the computer user community about security strategies and mechanisms used
     to protect information systems. Since 1994, Mexico has been organizing
     this great event through the Computer Security Department at UNAM and

     Computer Security 2005 Mexico will be an event for all the people who are
     involved in the use, design and administration of computer systems. For
     the 2005 Conference Program we will have great Keynote Speakers and we
     will discuss the present problems in the Computer Security field its
     implications and possible solutions such as: DNS Hijacking,
     DNS Cache Poisoning, Phishing SCAM, Information Society and Computer
     Security Security, among many other issues from different Organizations
     leadership in the security field.

      IMPORTANT : The Conference will be English and Spanish.
                    Translation Service Available


                            Keynote Speakers 2005

            * Preventing Child Neglect in DNSSECbis Using Lookaside Validation
              Paul Vixie
              Founder & Chairman of Internet Software Consortium

            * DNS Hijacking and Security Problems on the Internet
              Steve Crocker
              CEO, Shinkuro, Inc.
              Chair of ICANN's Security and Stability Advisory Committiee

            * Perils of the Internet
              Hank Nussbacher
              Independent Networking Consultant

            * Computer Security and Information Society
              Dr. Alejandro Pisanty Baruch
              Director of Computing Academic Services - UNAM
              ICANN Board of Directors

            * Phishing Prevention: Authentication, Visualization, and
              Open Source Intelligence
              Rebecca Gurley Bace
              President of Infidel, Inc

            * Extortion-Grade DDOS: Tactics for Planning and Response
              Eric Greenberg
              Chief Technical Officer and Co-Founder of NetFrameworks, Inc.

            * Honeynet Proyect Future
              Ralph Logan
              Vice President Honeynet Project
              CEO The Logan Group, Inc.

            * Héctor Escalante López
              SUN Microsystems.

            * Phishing: More Than Just a Pretty Scam Page
              Jason Milletary
              Member of the Technical Staff - CERT/CC

            * Underground Culture and Economy in Brasil: Facts and Reality
              Jacomo Dimmit Boca Piccolini
              Analyst at CAIS/RNP (Centro de Atendimento a Incidentes de
              Seguranza da Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa)

            * Early Warning Systems: The Internet Storm Center and Tar Pits
              Mike Poor
              Intrusion Detection Expert
              SANS Internet Storm Center

            * Introduction to Microsoft's Customer Security Incident Response
              Greg Lenti
              Microsoft PSS Security Team

            * Seguridad en Redes Academicas a traves de CLARA
              (Cooperacion Latinoamericana de Redes Avanzada)
              Liliana E. Velasquez Alegre Solha
              Manager at CAIS/RNP (Centro de Atendimento a Incidentes de
              Seguranza da Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa)

            * Estamos preparados para IPv6: Analisis de seguridad
              Franciso Jesus Monserrat Coll
              Coordinador Seguridad RedIRIS RedIRIS, España

                              Why should you assist?

     Because it is the opportunity to find out about what is being developed in
     the computer security field and it is also a chance to share your own
     experience and interests with people with the same interest on this

     Also, You can learn about how to manage and respond to computer security
     incidentswithout exposing your resources.

                               Further Information:

             * Web: http://congreso.seguridad.unam.mx

            * Conference Registration Availalable on website

            * The Conference Program will be English and Spanish

    Juan Carlos Guel
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    Departamento Seguridad en Computo
    DGSCA, UNAM E-mail:seguridad@seguridad.unam.mx
    Circuito Exterior, C. U. Tel.: 5622-81-69 Fax: 5622-80-43
    Del. Coyoacan WWW: http://www.seguridad.unam.mx
    04510 Mexico D. F. WWW: http://www.unam-cert.unam.mx

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