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NDSS Symposium 1999)

NDSS 1999 Dan Diego, California, USA

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

03 February 1999 - Technical Tutorials
04 - 05 February 1999 - Symposium

NDSS '99 Preliminary Program

Wednesday, February 3, 1999

6:00 P.M. WELCOME RECEPTION

Thursday, February 4, 1999

7:30 A.M. CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

8:30 A.M. WELCOME/OPENING REMARKS

9:00 A.M. SESSION 1: USER AUTHENTICATION AND PUBLIC KEY CRYPTOGRAPHY

Chair: Jonathan Trostle (Cisco, United States)

Secure Password-Based Protocol for Downloading a Private Key, Radia Perlman (Sun Microsystems Laboratories, United States) and Charlie Kaufman (Iris Associates, United States)

A Real-World Analysis of Kerberos Password Security, Thomas Wu (Stanford University, United States)

Secure Remote Access to an Internal Web Server, Christian Gilmore, David Kormann, and Aviel D. Rubin (AT&T Labs – Research, United States)

10:30 A.M. BREAK

11:00 A.M. SESSION 2: PANEL – SECURITY AND THE USER

Chair: Win Treese (Open Market, Inc., United States)

Panelists: Peter Neumann (SRI, United States), Mary Ellen Zurko (Iris Associates, United States), Mark Ackerman (University of California at Irvine, United States)

12:30 P.M. LUNCH

2:00 P.M. SESSION 3: CRYPTOGRAPHIC PROTOCOLS

Chair: David Balenson (TIS Labs at Network Associates, United States)

Experimenting with Shared Generation of RSA Keys, Michael Malkin, Thomas Wu, and Dan Boneh (Stanford University, United States)

Addressing the Problem of Undetected Signature Key Compromise, Paul C. van Oorschot (Entrust Technologies, Canada) and Mike Just (Carleton University, Canada)

Practical Approach to Anonymity in Large Scale Electronic Voting Schemes, Andreu Riera and Joan Borrell (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain)

3:30 P.M. BREAK

4:00 P.M. SESSION 4: PANEL – SECURING THE INTERNET'S EXTERIOR ROUTING INFRASTRUCTURE

Chair: Sue Hares (Merit, United States)

Panelists: Sandra Murphy, TIS Labs at Network Associates, United States), Charles Lynn (BBN Technologies, United States), Tony Li (Juniper Networks, Inc., United States), Curtis Villamizer (ANS Communications, United States)

5:30 P.M. ADJOURN

7:00 P.M. DINNER BANQUET

Guest Speaker: Whitfield Diffie (Sun Microsystems, United States)

Friday, February 5, 1999

7:30 A.M. CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

8:30 A.M. SESSION 5 – POLICY AND TRUST MANAGEMENT

Chair: Warwick Ford (Verisign, United States)

Distributed Policy Management for Java 1.2, Pekka Nikander and Jonna Partanen (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland)

Distributed Execution with Remote Audit, Fabian Monrose (New York University, United States), Peter Wyckoff (New York University, United States), and Aviel Rubin (AT&T Labs – Research, United States)

An Algebra for Assessing Trust in Certification Chains, Audun Josang (Telenor R&D, Norway)

10:00 A.M. BREAK

10:30 A.M. SESSION 6: PANEL – A NETWORK SECURITY RESEARCH AGENDA

Chair: Fred Schneider (Cornell University, United States)

Panelists: Steven M. Bellovin (AT&T Labs-Research, United States), Steve T. Kent (BBN Technologies/GTE Internetworking, United States), Roger Needham (Microsoft, United States), Hilarie K. Orman (DARPA, United States)

12:00 NOON LUNCH

1:30 P.M. SESSION 7: NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION

Chair: Christoph Schuba (Sun Microsystems, United States)

PGRIP: PNNI Global Routing Infrastructure Protection, Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati (Universita di Milano, Italy), Patrick Lincoln (SRI International, United States) , Livio Ricciulli (SRI International, United States), and Pierangela Samarati (SRI International, United States)

Client Puzzles: A Cryptographic Countermeasure Against Connection Depletion Attacks, Ari Juels and John Brainard (RSA Laboratories, United States)

2:30 P.M. BREAK

3:00 P.M. SESSION 8: PANEL – IPSEC: FRIEND OR FOE

Chair: Dan Nessett (3Com Corporation, United States)

Panelists: Rodney Thayer (EIS Corporation, United States), Bob Braden (USC/ISI, United States), Steve Bellovin (AT&T Labs Research, United States)

4:30 P.M. ADJOURN

The following Technical Tutorials will be offered Wednesday, February 3, 1999:

Full Day
Tutorial #1: Network Security Principles and Protocol Standards
Dr. Stephen Kent
Half-Day
AM
Tutorial #3: Electronic Payment Systems
Dr. Clifford Neuman
Tutorial #4: Windows NT Services, Authentication and Access Control
Dominique Brezinski
PM
Tutorial #6: Web Security and Beyond:
Protecting your Electronic Commerce Application
Dr. Clifford Neuman
Tutorial #7: Mobile Code Security and Java Architecture
Dr. Gary Mcgraw

If registration for a tutorial is insufficient it may be cancelled.