5th January 2009 - Following an unprecedented response to the Call for Papers, the NDSS '09 Program Committee has selected 20 original research papers for presentation at the ISOC-sponsored security symposium, February 8-11 in San Diego, California. The selected papers span the spectrum of current security concerns, including:
traffic protection and infrastructure security
authentication and accountability.
The 2009 Network and Distributed System Security Symposium will also feature the keynote, Penetration Testing for Grown Ups, by Ivan Arce, and a talk by Brian Chess on Secure Programming with Static Analysis. Together with a Work-in-Progress session, the best "hall track" in the business, and a great venue, NDSS '09 is not to be missed.
Additional information, online registration and paper abstract summaries are at: www.isoc.org/ndss09