I just received an announcement regarding two international computer security symposiums, VizSec 2010 and RAID 2010
Join us for VizSec 2010, the 7th International Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security and RAID 2010, the 13th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection.
Defence R&D Canada (DRDC) â€“ Ottawa of the Department of National Defence in partnership with the Communications Research Centre Canada (CRC) of Industry Canada, are pleased to announce these two international, cyber security events. These events will provide attendees with the opportunity to hear presentations by, and to network with, leading academic experts and researchers on a variety of topics in the fields of intrusion detection and cyber security. Scientific, industrial and military communities will benefit from first-rate presentations, workshops, panel discussions and a showcase of innovative technology.
The Call for Papers is now open.
For further information, please visit the VizSec 2010 and RAID 2010 website
A poster promoting the event is also available: [download id=”7″]
For those interested, Patrick’s presentation on gaining control of the practice of Digital Forensics Investigation is now available in the downloads section.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jamie Campbell will not be able to make it tonight. In his place, we will have Patrick Malcolm from netrunner.ca to present and discuss the “Status of Digital Forensics Investigators Professional Designations in Canada.”
Thanks to Patrick for coming through on such short notice.
At this time, I have no date for Jamie’s presentation.
A download section has been added. The presentations that we have will be placed there for download by the membership.
You must be logged in in order to download any presentations.
I had received a couple of comments that you needed a microscope to read the fonts on some of the pages, so I have increased all of the fonts to make this a little easier to read. My apologies to anyone who couldn’t read what appeared to be 85% of 9 point.