|Special Features Program
October 18, 1999
| Monday Morning Earlybird Sessions
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m. - 12 noon
- Charles Stuckey, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Security
|Award Ceremony and Reception
Ceremony will commence at 5:45 followed by the reception.
Awards will be presented to vendors that have successfully
developed security product lines that have been approved by the
NIST Validation Program, the NCSC Trusted Product Evaluation
Program (TPEP), Trust Technology Assessment Program (TTAP),
National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP), and to
government agencies who are using the System Security Engineering
Capability Maturity Model (SSE-CMM). An Awards Reception will
follow at 6pm in the Regency Ballroom.
October 20, 1999
6 p.m. Cash Bar
7 p.m. Dinner
- Jeff Jonas, President, Systems Research & Development
The gaming industry is being infiltrated by a new breed of
criminal. Converging on the Internet, these individuals organize
and share the vulnerabilities of gaming establishments world-wide.
Strategies, illegal cheating devices, and collusion-based scams
are being broadly disseminated to new recruits. What are these
scams and how do we catch them?
Jeff Jonas is President of Systems Research & Development
(SRD), a consulting practice he founded in 1984 which serves the
gaming, hospitality, and consumer credit industries. Mr. Jonas
collaborates with senior management to translate corporate
business strategies into system and application architectures. A
number of prominent gaming organizations rely on the services of
SRD including Mirage Resorts, Incorporated. With respect to
collusion detection, Mr. Jonas has, over the last15years, refined
specific techniques of relationship detection and rule-based
alerts for the security and surveillance industries. SRD's recent
accomplishments include the design and development of a 2TB data
warehouse engineered to support 80 million "entities"
and their corresponding 1.6B transactional patterns, which
receives daily feeds from over 5,000 data sources. During his
speech Mr. Jonas will give actual examples of the sophisticated
scams and collusion-based relationships that effect the gaming
industry. This is an exciting topic that invariably captures the
interest of everyone associated with the field of security.
October 21, 1999
1:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Pre-registration required - Cost: $125
Add to your conference experience by attending one of these
outstanding technical workshops.
- Cryptography for Beginners: What is it and how can I use it?
- Securing A Public Web Server
- Protection Profiles * Turning a Good Idea Into a Registered
- Attack Techniques and Defenses
Thread Wednesday, October 20, 1999
|Conference Theatre, 1:30 5:00
Sessions to provide attendees with an understanding of NSA's
Information Systems Security Organization (ISSO) awareness and
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) presentation focusing
on requirements for the DoD and commercial sectors including
certificates and certificate authorities, and the expansion of the
current PKI to support critical interoperability with the Global
Security Management Infrastructure (SMI).
Network Security Framework (NSF) presentation on the
NSF document being developed to support customers served by NSA in
today's highly networked and richly connected environments.
National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP)
presentation on the NIAP initiative design to meet the security
testing needs of both information technology producers and users.
Displays - October 18-21, 1999
| Tidewater Room
National and international government agencies and other
nonprofit organizations with INFOSEC programs will share
information with attendees about their respective programs.
the Vendor Exposition - October 19-20, 1999
Over 100 Information Systems Security vendors in the Hyatt
Regencys Exhibition Halls.
Sponsored by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics
|More information about the AFCEA organization is available
on their Web site at www.afcea.org.
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Last update August 18, 1999