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Black Hat Briefings USA Call for Papers and Singapore conference announcement
From: jm () DEFCON ORG (Jeff Moss)
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 20:51:05 -0800
A Black Hat Briefings Announcement
I would like to announce the Call for papers for the U.S. Black
Hat Briefings and the Black Hat Briefings in Singapore!
- The Black Hat Briefings conference in Singapore (See announcement
below, and on-line at http//www.blackhat.com/)
- The Call for Papers (CFP) for The Black Hat Briefings conference
in the US. If you are interested in submitting a presentation please
visit the CFP guidelines page at
- A newly redesigned web site, to include in RealMedia format past
presentations as well as RealVideo of the Black Hat '99 speeches
will be on line this week.
Black Hat is about spreading computer security knowledge, and I
think this is a good way to do it. Due to the sheer file size of
the video, it is being sampled in 1/4 screen size.
Thank you for your time.
Jeff Moss, CISSP
Security Conference Announcement - The Black Hat Briefings Singapore
The Black Hat Briefings Asia '00
April 4 - 5th, Singapore
Marina Mandarin Hotel
The Black Hat Briefings is a conference for IT professionals and
decision makers who are faced with problems of security in their
computer infrastructure. For the first time, this conference will be
brought to Asia after three successful years in the US. It has become one
of the most important and talked about Internet security conferences in
Every year leaders in the security field are brought together to this
conference to discuss the latest products, trends, issues, and
influences in the Internet and security environment.
This year's topics include Computer Forensics Systems, Intrusion
Detection, Secure Programming Techniques and Tools Selection, and legal
There will be about 12 speakers from the United States and two local
speakers to cover the local and regional Internet issues.
Different than the Black Hat Briefings in the US, the Asia briefing
will in its first year feature one track of speakers with speaking
times longer to give the speakers more time to explain complex issues, and
give the audience more time to ask questions.
For more information please contact blackhat () defcon org
- Black Hat Briefings USA Call for Papers and Singapore conference announcement Jeff Moss (Feb 15)