CFP: DA Workshop - ISOI
ge at linuxbox.org
Sat Jul 8 14:37:02 UTC 2006
This is a call for papers for a DA Workshop (ISOTF/TISF DA). Its name is:
Internet Security Operations and Intelligence Workshop or ISOI for short.
DA stands for Drone Armies (botnets), which is the main subject of this
I apologize for those who get this message multiple times.
This workshop is for the purpose of bringing together members of the DA
and MWP operational communities and share information, as well as plan our
It is open to other operational communities as specified below.
Among the attendees are:
Professionals from ISPs, Anti Viruses, Anti Spam, CERTs, Law Enfrocement,
Academia, etc. coming together to work on the most recent technology,
intelligence and operations being done online today for the security of
This ISOI DA Workshop is being hosted by Cisco Systems, Inc., whom we
would like to thank at this time.
The call for papers is open to the public. The main subject of interest is
botnets. Secondary subjects are Denial of Service attacks and phishing.
Submission is simple, email me directly with your topic and some data to
back it up by July 23rd.
This year's workshop will be mainly on the subject of botnets. Secondary
subjects include Denial of Service attacks and phishing.
This workshop will provide with the usual benefits such as lectures and
networking, but mostly we will discuss the latest occurrences, technology
and intelligence and our future plans, as well as coordination and
information sharing between other operational and research communities.
Cooperation with law enforcement will also be covered.
Date: Thursday, August 10, 2006
When: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Cisco Systems, Inc. Building C
150 Tasman Drive
San Jose, CA 95134
A phone conference bridge and web conference will be available to share
presentations for remote attendees.
Hands-on people and decision makers.
The workshop is organized by the DA and MWP communities with the much
appreciated help of Cisco Systems, Inc., and is closed to members of the
DA, MWP (and sister communities such as routesec), OARC, NSP-SEC. FIRST
and the honey-net project.
If you are not a member and would like to attend, feel free to send a
request. We would be happy to learn of your interest.
The workshop is closed to reporters.
Please verify your arrival by August 1st, space is limited.
Attendance is free.
Gadi Evron, ISOI/DA Coordinator,
ge at linuxbox.org.
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