[TriLUG] Register Today for Workshops Co-Located with USENIX Security '09

Lionel Garth Jones lgj at usenix.org
Fri Jul 10 15:06:11 EDT 2009

Registration is now open for the workshops co-located with the 18th
USENIX Security Symposium. Register online by August 3, 2009.


1. EVT/WOTE '09
2. CSET '09
3. WOOT '09
4. HotSec '09

1. EVT/WOTE '09: 2009 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/Workshop on
Trustworthy Elections
Monday-Tuesday, August 10-11, 2009

This year, the organizers of the USENIX/ACCURATE Electronic Voting
Technology Workshop (EVT) have merged EVT with the IAVoSS Workshop on
Trustworthy Elections (WOTE) to create a joint two-day workshop
(EVT/WOTE '09).

EVT/WOTE '09 seeks to bring together researchers from a variety of
disciplines, ranging from computer science and human-computer
interaction experts through political scientists, legal experts,
election administrators, and voting equipment vendors.

The program includes a keynote address by Lawrence Norden, Brennan
Center for Justice at NYU School of Law; system demonstrations; and
sessions on usability, security, trustworthy elections, and more.

Have a voting system you'd like to demonstrate? The EVT/WOTE '09 program
committee is seeking proposals for a system demonstration session. Find
out more here: http://www.usenix.org/events/evtwote09/demos.html

2. CSET '09: 2nd Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test
Monday, August 10, 2009

CSET '09 aims to bring together researchers and testbed developers to
share their experiences and define a forward-looking agenda for the
development of scientific, realistic evaluation approaches for security
threats and defenses.

The program includes a keynote address, "The Future of Cyber Security
Experimentation and Test," by Michael VanPutte of DARPA; paper
presentations covering security education, security experimentation, and
experimentation tools; and a panel on the science of security

3. WOOT '09: 3rd USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies
Monday, August 10, 2009

WOOT '09 will gather researchers and practitioners in system security to
present research advancing the understanding of attacks on operating
systems, networks, and applications.

The program includes an invited talk, paper presentations, and a rump
session of brief talks.

4. HotSec '09: 4th USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Security
Tuesday, August 11, 2009

HotSec '09 will bring together innovative practitioners and researchers
in computer security and privacy, broadly defined, to tackle the
challenging problems in this space.

The program is available at:

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