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NDSS 98

NDSS 98

The Internet Society's Symposium on Network & Distributed System Security

Catamaran Resort Hotel, San Diego, California,
March 11-13, 1998

Symposium Program

Sponsored by the Internet Society

Tutorials Schedule

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1998
8:00AM TUTORIAL CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST - Aviary Foyer
9:00AM-12:30PM Tutorial 1a - Toucan Room
Principles of Network Security (Part 1)
Dr. Stephen T. Kent — BBN Technologies

Tutorial 2 - Macaw Room
Electronic Payment Systems
Dr. B. Clifford Neuman — USC/ISI

10:30AM-10:45AM MORNING BREAK - Aviary Foyer

12:30PM-1:30PM TUTORIAL LUNCH - Kon Tiki Room
(Ticket Required)

1:30PM-5:00PM Tutorial 1b - Toucan Room
Principles of Network Security (Part 2)
Dr. Stephen T. Kent — BBN Technologies

Tutorial 4 - Macaw Room
Securing the Perimeter: Internet Security with Firewalls
Fred Avolio — Trusted Information Systems

Tutorial 5 - Cockatoo Room
Web Security and Beyond: Protecting Your Electronic
Commerce Application, Dr. B. Clifford Neuman — USC/ISI
3:00PM-3:15PM AFTERNOON BREAK - Aviary Foyer

5:00PM ADJOURN

NDSS '98 Final Program

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1998
7:30AM-7:30PM REGISTRATION OPEN - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer
6:00PM-9:00PM

WELCOME RECEPTION, On the Sternwheeler, William D. Evans
Sponsored by GTE Internetworking
THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1998
7:30AM-6:00PM REGISTRATION OPEN - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer
7:30AM CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer
Sponsored by CyberCash
8:30AM WELCOME/OPENING REMARKS - Kon Tiki Ballroom

9:00AM SESSION 1: INTERNET AND INTRANET - Kon Tiki Ballroom

Chair: Stephen T. Kent — BBN Technologies

Enabling the Internet White Pages Service - The Directory Guardian, D.W. Chadwick and A.J. Young — University of Salford
The Multilayer Firewall, D. Nessett — 3Com Corporation and P. Humenn —
BlackWatch Technolhies, Inc.
Efficient Protocols for Signing Routing Messages, K. Zhang — Cambridge University

10:30AM BREAK - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer
11:00AM SESSION 2: PANEL — IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES FOR ELECTRONIC COMMERCE - Kon Tiki Ballroom

Moderator: Aviel D. Rubin — AT&T Labs Research

Panelists:

  • Donald E. Eastlake, III — CyberCash
  • Kevin McCurley — IBM Research
  • Gary McGraw — Reliable Software Technologies
  • B. Clifford Neuman — USC Information Sciences Institute
12:30PM LUNCH - Aviary Ballroom

2:00PM SESSION 3: ALL OPTICAL NETWORKS SECURITY - Kon Tiki Ballroom

Chair: Jeff Ingles — National Security Agency

Attack Detection Methods for All-Optical Networks,
M. Medard, D. Marquis and S.R. Chinn — Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Distributed Algorithms for Attack Localization in All-Optical Networks,
R. Bergman, M. Medard and S. Chan — Massachusetts Institute of Technology

3:30PM BREAK - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer

4:00PM SESSION 4: PROTOCOLS - Kon Tiki Ballroom

Chair: Wolfgang Schneider — GMD Darmstadt

Credential Management and Secure Single Login for SPKM, D. Hühnlein — secunet Security Networks GmbH
Some Timestamping Protocol Failures, M. Just — Carleton University
The Secure Remote Password Protocol, T. Wu — Stanford University

5:30PM ADJOURN

7:00PM DINNER BANQUET - Aviary Ballroom

Speaker - Howard Gittleson
Director of the Internet Security Products Group of Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies

FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1998
7:30AM-5:00PM REGISTRATION OPEN - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer

8:00AM CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer

9:00AM SESSION 5: MOBILE AGENTS - Kon Tiki Ballroom

Chair: Gene Tsudik — USC Information Sciences Institute

On the Problem of Trust in Mobile Agent Systems,
U.G. Wilhelm, S. Staamann and L. Buttyan — Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Implementing Protection Domains in the Java™ Development Kit 1.2,L. Gong and R. Schemers — Sun Microsystems, Inc.

10:00AM BREAK - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer
10:30AM SESSION 6: PANEL — TRUST MANAGEMENT - Kon Tiki Ballroom

Moderator: Barbara Fox — Microsoft

Panelists:

  • Robert Blakley — IBM
  • Blair Dillaway — Microsoft
  • Li Gong — JavaSoft
12:00PM LUNCH - Aviary Ballroom

1:30PM SESSION 7: TRAFFIC ANALYSIS AND SECURE BOOTSTRAPPING
Kon Tiki Ballroom

Chair: Matt Bishop — University of California, Davis

Live Traffic Analysis of TCP/IP Gateways,
P.A. Porras and A. Valdes — SRI International

Automated Recovery in a Secure Bootstrap Process,
W.A. Arbaugh, A.D. Keromytis, D.J. Farber and J.M. Smith — University of Pennnia

2:30PM BREAK - Kon Tiki Ballroom foyer
3:00PM SESSION 8: PANEL — EXPERIENCE WITH FIREWALLS AND IPSEC
Kon Tiki Ballroom

Moderator: Stephen T. Kent — BBN Technologies

Panelists:

  • Naganand Doraswamy — Bay Networks
  • Cheryl Madson — Cisco Systems
  • Dan McDonald — Sun Microsystems
4:30PM ADJOURN

Speaker Ready Room -- Boardroom West
Open 7:30am-6:00pm, Wednesday and Thursday -- 7:30am-3:00pm, Friday

Internet Access Room - Boardroom East

Sponsored by San Diego Supercomputer Center
March 11-13, 1998

Many thanks to the San Diego Supercomputer Center for once again providing the Internet Access Room and dialup PPP access for those of you who wish to connect from your laptop in your hotel room.

PPP access service will be active from March 9th to March 15th. The local access numbers are: 619-450-9115 and 619-458-0891. The login account is ndss98; password is isoc. You will be assigned a dynamic ip address. A nameserver can be found at 198.202.75.26.

Thank You To Our Sponsors

George Conrades, Presdent, GTE Internetworking, graciously became our NDSS’98 Sponsorship Chair. We want to thank the San Diego Supercomputer Center, CyberCash, and GTE for being NDSS’98 sponsors.

GTE CyberTrust Solutions Incorporated provides flexible certification auty (CA) sotions to secure a wide range of network-based applications and offers both products and seres to meet the varying sements of corporate enterprises, financial institutions and government agencies. The intry's most experienced provider of digital certificates, GTE CyberTrust creates the strongest solutions by partnering with customers and leading technology providers.

GTE Internetworking offers customers, from consumers to Fortune 500 companies, a full spectrum of Internet services using IP networking technologies. GTE Internetworking draws upon BBN's expertise in funded research and development of advanced technologies, including satellites, digital radio, multigigabit routers, security, and speech, and GTE's strong existing telecommunications services, including local and long distance, wireless, paging, video, and Internet.

San Diego Supercomputer Center
In operation since 1985, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) is a national laboratory for computational science and engineering and a campus research unit of the University of California at San Diego (UCSD). SDSC is the foundation for activities of the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure. The Partnership, funded by a five-year, $170 million grant from the Naal Science Foundation, teams 37 leading institutions in high-performance computing to create and deploy a leading-edge, ubiquitous, pervasive, and continuous computational infrastructure to support disciplinary and interdisciplinary research by the national research community. For more information see http://www.sdsc.edu and http://www.npaci.edu

CyberCash provides technology and services that enable secure payment transactions on the Internet. We offer a complete suite of Internet payment services including a credit card service, an innovative micropayment service, which enables cash transactions, and an electronic check service, which allows consumer-to-business and business-to-business payments from a bank account. CyberCash works with leading financial institutions and techgy companies worldwide.