The Fourth IASTED International Conference on
Communication, Network and Information Security
~CNIS 2007~

September 24 – 26, 2007
Berkeley, California, USA

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

How to Build an Insecure System out of Perfectly Good Cryptography

Dr. Radia Perlman
Sun Microsystems, USA

Abstract

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Objectives

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Timeline

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Tutorial Materials

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Target Audience

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Background Knowledge Expected of the Participants

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Biography of the Keynote Speaker

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Keynote Speaker Portrait

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Radia Perlman is a Sun Fellow at Sun Microsystems, working on network and security protocols. She invented many of the basic algorithms that make today's network infrastructure robust and scalable. She is author of Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches, and Internetworking Protocols, and coauthor of Network Security: Private Communication in a Public World, both of which are widely used both as textbooks in universities and for engineers to learn the field. She holds over 80 patents, a PhD in computer science from MIT, and an honorary doctorate from KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. She recently was given a lifetime achievement award by Usenix, and named SVIPLA (Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Law Association) Inventor of the Year.

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