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NDSS Symposium 2000

NDSS 2000 3-4 February 2000 Dan Diego, California, USA

Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
Catamaran Resort Hotel
San Diego, California

2 February 2000 - Technical Tutorials
3-4 February 2000 - Symposium

Preliminary Program

Wednesday, February 2, 2000

6:00 P.M. WELCOME RECEPTION

Thursday, February 3, 2000

7:30 A.M. CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

9:00 A.M. WELCOME/OPENING REMARKS

9:30 A.M. SESSION 1: SOFTWARE ASSURANCE

Chair: G. McGraw (Reliable Software Technologies, UNITED STATES)

A First Step Towards Automated Detection of Buffer Overrun Vulnerabilities, D. Wagner, J. Foster, E. Brewer, and A. Aiken (UC Berkeley, UNITED STATES)

User-Level Infrastructure for System Call Interposition, K. Jain and R. Sekar (Iowa State University, UNITED STATES)

10:30 A.M. BREAK

11:00 A.M. SESSION 2: GROUP AND MULTICAST SECURITY

Chair: T. Hardjono (Bay Networks / Nortel, UNITED STATES)

Optimized Group Rekey for Group Communication Systems, O. Rodeh (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ISRAEL), K. Birman (Cornell University, UNITED STATES) and D. Dolev (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ISRAEL)

An IPSec-based Host Architecture for Secure Internet Multicast, R. Canetti, P. Cheng, F. Giraud, D. Pendarakis, J. Rao, P. Rohatgi, and D. Saha (IBM TJ Watson Research Center, UNITED STATES)

12:00 NOON LUNCH

1:30 P.M. SESSION 3: PANEL -- THE ECONOMICS OF SECURITY

    Chairs: J. Ellis (Sun Microsystems, UNITED STATES), and G. McGraw (Reliable Software Technologies, UNITED STATES)

Panelists: N. Economidis (INSURETrust.com, UNITED STATES), N. Pasciullo (Jones, Gregg, Creehan & Gerace, LLP, UNITED STATES), F. C. Smith (UNITED STATES) and L. Wagner (ICSA.net, UNITED STATES)

3:00 P.M. BREAK

3:30 P.M. SESSION 4: PROTOCOLS I

Chair: M. Dacier (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, SWITZERLAND)

A First Step Towards the Automatic Generation of Security Protocols, A. Perrig and D. Song (Carnegie Mellon University, UNITED STATES)

Revocation, Validation and Authentication Protocol for SPKI-based Delegation Systems, Y. Kortesniemi, T. Hasu (Helsinki University of Technology, FINLAND) and J. Särs (Nixu Oy, FINLAND)

Secure Border Gateway Protocol (S-BGP), S. Kent, C. Lynn, J. Mikkelson, and K. Seo (BBN Technologies / GTE Internetworking, UNITED STATES)

5:00 P.M. ADJOURN

7:00 P.M. DINNER BANQUET

Guest Speaker: Eugene H. Spafford (Purdue University, United States)

Friday, February 4, 2000

7:30 A.M. CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

9:00 A.M. SESSION 5: PROTOCOLS II

Chair: P. Van Oorschot (Entrust Technologies, CANADA)

Analysis of a Fair Exchange Protocol, V. Shmatikov and J. Mitchell (Stanford University, UNITED STATES)

Secure Password-Based Cipher Suite for TLS, P. Buhler, T. Eirich, and M. Waidner (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, SWITZERLAND), and M. Steiner (Universität des Saarlandes, GERMANY)

Chameleon Signatures, H. Krawczyk (Technion, ISRAEL and IBM TJ Watson Research Center, UNITED STATES) and T. Rabin (IBM TJ Watson Research Center, UNITED STATES)

10:30 A.M. BREAK

11:00 A.M. SESSION 6: INTRUSION DETECTION

Chair: D. Maughan (DARPA/ITO, UNITED STATES)

Lightweight Tool for Detecting Web Server Attacks, M. Almgren, H. Debar, and M. Dacier (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, SWITZERLAND)

Building Adaptive and Agile Applications Using Intrusion Detection, J. Loyall, P. Pal, R. Schantz, and F. Webber (BBN Technologies / GTE Internetworking, UNITED STATES)

12:00 NOON LUNCH

1:30 P.M. SESSION 7: DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS

Chair: V. Gligor (UMD College Park, UNITED STATES)

Secure Virtual Enclaves: Supporting Coalition Use of Distributed Application Technologies, D. Shands, R. Yee, J. Jacobs (NAI Labs, Network Associates, UNITED STATES), and E. J. Sebes (Kroll-O'Gara/Information Services Group, UNITED STATES)

Security of Encrypted rlogin Connections Created With Kerberos IV , K. Hildrum (UC Berkeley, UNITED STATES)

Accountability and Control of Process Creation in Metasystems, M. Humphrey, F. Knabe, A. Ferrari, and A. Grimshaw (University of Virginia, UNITED STATES)

3:00 P.M. BREAK

3:30 P.M. SESSION 8: RED TEAMING AND NETWORK SECURITY

Chair: D. Maughan (DARPA, UNITED STATES)

Panelists: B. Wood (Sandia National Labs, UNITED STATES), S. Saydjari (DARPA, UNITED STATES), and M. Puldy (IBM, UNITED STATES)

5:00 P.M. ADJOURN