L-SEC event: Spam and anti-virus Event
How to handle the increased volume of spam and how to defend against the growing number of virus and worm attacks?
The goal of this one day event is to bring you answers to these two common questions on network and enterprise security.
Members of the L-SEC organisations will present their views, solutions and future directions.
Who should attend?
ICT-Managers, Security officers and Managers, System engineers and business consultants of SME and enterprise market companies.
Date: Thursday February 12, 2004
Location: Ubizen, Ubicenter, Philipssite 5, Leuven (Belgium)
09h30 Spam & Anti-Virus and beyond: The challenges of Threat Management - Leslie G. Goodman, Consultant Security and Storage Solutions, Computer Associates
10h00 The quest for viral-free computing - Caspar Bowden, EMEA TwC Team, Microsoft
10h30 Introduction on spam: what, how, when and why? - Peter Forret, CTO, HyperTrust
11h00 Coffee Break
11h30 SPAM: Advanced Technical solutions and their limitations - Bart Preneel, Professor K.U.Leuven, SCD/ESAT
12h00 Anti-spam legislation in Europe and the US: overview and evaluation - Jos Dumortier, Professor of Law K.U.Leuven, Director ICRI
13h30 From products to practice - Stefaan Hinderyckx, VP sales, Ubizen
13h50 Fortifiying the Desktop - Wim Cos, Business Consultant Security, Telindus
14h10 Anti-Spam Sizing and Fitting - Dirk Laurijssen, Messaging Consultant, Syntegra
14h30 A new generation of Proactive Threat Management by managing vulnerabilities and content - Leslie G. Goodman, Consultant Security and Storage Solutions, Computer Associates
14h50 Coffee Break
15h20 Introduction to Cisco Network Admission Control Program - Peter Saenen, Sr SE Manager & Business Development, Cisco
15h40 Discussion Panel Integrated solutions - Stefaan Hinderyckx, Ubizen; Wim Cos, Telindus; Dirk Laurijssen, Syntegra; Leslie G. Goodman, Computer Associates; Peter Saenen, Cisco
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