NIPLI announces conference, speakers
The National Intellectual Property Law Institute (NIPLI) announced the International Cryptography Institute 2001 conference in conjunction with its Information System Security and Education Center. The annual event educates corporate leaders and crypto developments. The conference will be held Nov. 29 and 30 in Washington, D.C. The conference will focus on global challenges, trends and best practices in cryptography. Topics include crypto threats confronting corporations, national security, information infrastructures and law enforcement. NIPLI has announced its speaker lineup that features: Dorothy E. Denning, Director, Georgetown Institute for Information Assurance, Georgetown University; Whitfield Diffie, Distinguished Engineer for Sun Microsystems Labs and one of the primary inventors of Public Key cryptography; David Kahn, Cryptography Historian and the author of several books on cryptography including "The Codebreakers;" Mudge, Chief Scientist & Vice President, Research & Development for atstake; Marcus Ranum, President and CEO, NFR Security; and Phil Zimmermann, Creator of PGP and Chief Cryptographer Consultant, Hush Communications. Sessions include the history of cryptography, What Executives Need to Know About Cryptography, PKI Escrow, Disparate Data Analysis, Computer Vulnerabilities, Firewalls, PGP, the Orange Book, AES, RISKS, and others.
Ciber, e-Security team on management softwareCiber and e-Security have teamed up to provide real-time threat management software to their Fortune 5,000 and government customers. Ciber's security offerings include assessment and remediation. E-Security brings threat-management software and managed services. Its Open e-Security Platform and products integrate and correlate security events as the occur, gathering data from multivendor security software and devices. Enterprises will be able to centrally monitor, detect and respond to security threats. Ciber subsidiary Enspherics will provide security analysts and consultants to the alliance.
RedCreek product establishes benchmark
RedCreek Communications new ReD iAdmin 2.0 policy automation system establishes a new benchmark in policy definition and network design. ReD iAdmin enables wide spread VPN expansion through technology modules including: ReD iClick, data analysis tools that translate network plicies into instructions for each point in the enterprise; ReD iSync, technology that synchronizes and distributes changes throughout the network, reducing configuration time; ReD iCom, network analysis components that track connection and Internet availability changes. ReD iAdmin 2.0 will be available at the end of the month.
ETunnels targets health care industry
ETunnels, developers of VPN provisioning technology, announces new customers in the health care sector. ETunnels' VPN-On-Demand product aids health care organizations become HIPAA compliant by securing network communication. ETunnels delivers outsourced security providers and users an adaptive intranet/extranet access infrastructure.
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