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18th USENIX Security Symposium 2009

Aug 10 2009 - Aug 14 2009

USENIX Security '09 is coming to Montreal, Canada, August 10–14. Join researchers, practitioners, system administrators, and system programmers for the latest advances in the security of computer systems and networks.

The program begins with 2 days of in-depth tutorials:

* Learning Reverse Engineering: A Highly Immersive Approach by Frank Adelstein and Golden G. Richard III
* Building Secure Android Applications by Patrick McDaniel and William Enck
* Securing Citrix XenServer and VMware ESX Server by Phil Cox

The 3-day technical program kicks off with a keynote address: "Android: Securing a Mobile Platform from the Ground Up" by Rich Cannings and David Bort of the Google Android Project.

The Refereed Paper track includes 26 papers covering new research in a variety of subject areas including: RFID applied cryptography, malware detection, protection, and more.

The Invited Talks track offers talks by industry leaders including:

* Jeremiah Grossman on "Top Ten Web Hacking Techniques of 2008: 'What's possible, not probable'"
* Alexander Sotirov on "Modern Exploitation and Memory Protection Bypasses"
* Vern Paxson on "How the Pursuit of Truth Led Me to Selling Viagra"
* David Dagon on "Fallout for DNS: One Year Later"

Share a provocative opinion, interesting preliminary work, or a cool idea that will spark discussion at the poster session and the Work-in-Progress reports (WiPs).

To submit a poster, please send a 1–5 page(s) proposal, in PDF or PostScript, to sec09posters@usenix.org by Friday, June 12, 2009.

WiPs speakers should submit a one- or two-paragraph abstract to sec09wips@usenix.org by 6:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, August 11, 2009.

Register by July 20, 2009, and save! Additional discounts are available! Find out more here!

Chat with other attendees on the USENIX Security '09 Facebook page.

See you in Montreal!

Montreal, Canada

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