LinuxWorld New York Summit 2005 Tackles Linux and Open Source Security
FRAMINGHAM, MA – MARCH 15, 2005 – IDG World Expo, the leading producer of world-class tradeshows, conferences and events for technology markets, today announced details of the "Security: Inside and Out" conference track at LinuxWorld(R) New York Summit 2005 – a conference driven version of the company's popular LinuxWorld Conference & Expo(R). The two-day LinuxWorld Summit is scheduled to take place May 25-26, 2005 at the New York City Marriott Marquis and includes a highly-focused, contemporary, conference program.
The Security track will feature leading Linux and Open Source security experts from organizations such as Sourcefire, Dell, OSDL, netForensics, Enterasys and Cassatt. The conference track will provide attendees with the knowledge needed to address issues of security both inside and outside of the corporate network, safeguarding the enterprise from end-to-end. Session speakers will explain how security affects everything from physical premises to Web services transactions, and will teach how Linux and Open Source tools can help run applications and communications safely and securely.
LinuxWorld New York Summit 2005 brings together the leading industry experts, thought leaders and visionaries to deliver a comprehensive educational program designed to meet the needs of IT professionals, developers, and business executives. Participants will learn about the most current and critical topics impacting Linux and Open Source adoption. The event will also present a showcase component featuring an exclusive selection of the preeminent vendors in the Linux and Open Source arena highlighted by breakthrough technologies, innovative tools, and relevant IT services.
Conference sessions for the "Security: Inside and Out" track at LinuxWorld New York Summit 2005 include:
— "Linux Security: Open Source Does Not Mean Open Doors," presented by Russell Pavlicek, Senior Linux Architect, Cassatt Corporation
— "Linux Firewalls: Netfilter and Native Tools," presented by Michael Rash, Security Research Engineer, Enterasys
— "Fighting the Security 'Black Hole': How the next generation of passive detection and correlation security tools are increasing accuracy and adding value to business operations," presented by William Young, Senior Security Architect, Sourcefire
— "How to Build Secure Linux Solutions using Virtualization," Sumankumar Singh, Systems Engineer/Advisor, Dell
— "Intrusion Discovery with Linux," presented by Anton Chuvakin, Ph.D., GCIA, Senior Security Analyst, netForensics.com
— "Securing Linux in the Enterprise," presented by Chris Wright, Linux Kernel Developer, Open Source Development Labs
"The need to address security concerns is urgent and real," said Dave Rosenberg, LinuxWorld New York Summit conference manager. "IT departments are required to reduce risk and provide countermeasures while thwarting attacks and planning for the future. Linux and Open Source technologies provide enterprises with high-performance security solutions from firewalls and intrusion detection to virtualization and beyond."
The two other tracks at LinuxWorld New York Summit 2005 are "The Business Effects of Linux and Open Source," and "Integration and Management." The LinuxWorld Summit will feature fifteen sessions over one and a half days. There will also be two feature presentations, which will be announced shortly, with executive level speakers on panels moderated by members of the trade press.
For more information or to register for the event, please visit http://www.linuxworldsummit.com .
About LinuxWorld Conference & Expo
LinuxWorld Conference & Expo is the premier event exclusively focused on Linux and Open Source solutions. As the world's most comprehensive marketplace for Open Source products and services, LinuxWorld provides business decision-makers with information and resources to implement Linux and Open Source solutions into business infrastructure and enterprise networks. For more information or to register for the event, visit the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Web site at www.linuxworldexpo.com , or call (800) 657-1474. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Frank Netherwood(A-M) at (508) 424-4860 or Frank_Netherwood@idg.com or John Yurewicz (N-Z) at (508) 424-4852 or John_Yurewicz@idg.com.
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IDG World Expo ( www.idgworldexpo.com ) produces technology-focused tradeshows, conferences and events for professionals seeking world-class education, peer-to-peer networking and one-stop comparison shopping. As the leading technology event management company, IDG World Expo leverages its experience and knowledge of technology-focused events and conferences, enabling technology companies to capture the attention and loyalty of influential buyers. IDG World Expo's portfolio of conferences and events includes Macworld Conference & Expo(R), LinuxWorld Conference & Expo(R), Bio–IT World Conference + Expo(TM), Wireless Sensing Solutions(TM), Syndicate(TM), RoboBusiness and RoboNexus. IDG World Expo is a business unit of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research and event company.
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