Security Camp 2000 Agenda

MIT Network Security


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8:30 Coffee & Snacks
9:00-10 :00 Bob Mahoney - Intro and welcome discussion of the MIT team's policies, internal guidelines, and rules of engagement. (Hopefully lots of input from other teams!)
10-10:30 Matt Power - MIT's vulnerability scanning effort: What we do and how we do it. (And what do we do with the info)
10:30-10:45 Break (more coffee, juice, leftovers, whatever)
10:45-11:30 FBI Special Agent Nenette Day - Update from the FBI: trends, news, and maybe a case overview
11:30-12 TBA (MIT KerbDev) - Recent Kerberos vulnerabilities, their discovery and the resolution process
12-1:00 Lunch (Provided)
1:00-1:30 Anne Oribello, Brown University - "The Threat From Within"
1:30-2:00 Jeff Schiller on DoS trends
2:00-3:00 Special guest speaker (TBA) Possible topic: working with Gray/Black Hats
3:00-3:30 Break, munchies! (cookies -- mmmm)
3:30-4 :00 Rich Graves, Brandeis University, on legal and ethical issues
4:00-4:30 David Blank-Edelman, Northeastern University - Experiences with penetration testing
4:30-5:00 (or 4-5) wrap-up, questions, discussion

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