MIT researchers calculate river networks’ movement across a landscape.
The Technology and Culture Forum presents "Internet Security: How Do We Achieve It?" on Monday, May 1 at 7pm in Wong Auditorium (Building E51).
Featured on the panel will be Whitfield Diffie, Sun Microsystems engineer and the inventor of public-key cryptography. Other panelists include Alan Davidson (SB 1989), staff counsel for the Center for Democracy and Technology in Washington, DC; Joseph Pato, senior scientist for Hewlett Packard's Trusted E-Services Lab and chief technology officer for HP's Internet Security Solutions Division; and Jeffrey Schiller, manager of MIT's campus computer network and author of MIT Kerberos authentication.
The program is free and open to the public. For additional information, call x3-0108 or see the program web site. All Technology and Culture Forum events are available on audiofile via this web site.
A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on April 26, 2000.