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[SLUG] Network Security Fest
- To: "Slug" <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [SLUG] Network Security Fest
- From: "David Kempe" <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon Oct 23 11:37:39 2000
- Cc: <slug-annouce@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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SLUG is having a Network Security Fest/Forum!
Yes that's right, a bunch of Linux geeks getting together to talk about
securing your linux box against the big bad nasties out there.
Or to put it more formally, SLUG is having a forum on securing linux in a
variety of situations. I have volunteered to be the organiser, and as such
am announcing that the event is on the 18th of November.
This first announcement is a call for speakers on a range of topics relating
to security. We are looking for knowledgeable speakers on topics ranging
from basic to advanced linux security. We are planning to start the day
simple, say with the OSI model and understanding basic internetworking,
moving thru to more difficult/complex things such as advanced firewalling
and/or routing etc.
I am calling for anyone who is willing to talk on a favourite topic in this
area to reply to this message with your topic and about how log you are
willing to talk. At the moment we are taking speakers and organising the
format of the event, but it will be very much hands on practical and useful,
once we get past some useful theory.
If anyone has any suggestions as what they would like out of a linux
security forum/fest please reply as well - all suggestions seriously
SLUG security fest