Re: [hackers-il] [Fwd: The Security Forum - meeting #6 -19/12/04]
- --- Gadi Evron <ge@...> wrote:
>Forum - meeting #6 -19/12/04
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> Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2004 16:55:06 +0200=====
> From: Gadi Evron <gadi@...>
> Subject: The Security Forum - meeting #6 -19/12/04
> To: TAU-CS-SECURITY@...
> The next, non-commercial, technological Security
> Forum will take place
> on Sunday, the 19th of December, 2004, at Tel Aviv
> University's Lev
> 112 people came to our last meeting on the 17th of
> October. The air
> conditioner worked well, but it wasn't cold enough
> (at least for me
> 17:45 - Gathering - hot and cold drinks will be
> 18:00 - Golan Brener, Director - B.GRG LTD.
> Lecture: Wireless hacking & technology.
> Level: Technological. There will be a discussion
> of protocols and
> Golan will discuss different wireless protocols,
> their weaknesses,
> implementations and ways of protecting and
> breaking them.
> There will be wireless hacking demonstrations,
> but the bulk of the
> lecture will be about the technology itself - and
> not necessarily just
> the protocols and/or vulnerabilities we are all
> familiar with.
> 19:20 - We will break for a short recess, as well as
> refreshments and networking between members - hot
> and cold
> drinks will be served.
> 19:40 - Ofir Liber, adv. Information Security Dept.
> Manager, Internet
> Lecture: The Trojan horse defense.
> Level: This lecture will be suited for all
> In his lecture, Ofir will discuss the legal
> defense known as "the
> Trojan horse defense". I.e., "I didn't do it! It
> was the evil hacker
> who broke into my PC!".
> Ofir will provide with a general overview, legal
> issues, defending and
> prosecuting with that pretense, is it even
> viable? etc.
> Hot and cold drinks will be freely available.
> Attendance is free.
> For a map of the university please visit:
> For future and past lectures, presentations and
> general information:
> You can also visit our Orkut community (Tausec):
> Thank you all, and please pass this information to
> Who we are
> The Security Forum, hosted by the Tel Aviv
> University, started when a
> few of us talked about there being an (almost)
> complete lack of
> professional and social events on security in Israel
> which are not
> completely commercial and about "sticking products
> down out throats".
> We decided to do instead of complain, and here we
> In previous meetings we had over a hundred arrivals,
> varying from
> soldiers and students, through programmers and
> government CSO's, all the
> way to CEO's and CTO's of different companies, banks
> and other
> institutions. Some have been part of our community
> since the 70's and
> some are just people who are interested in the
> Have a good week,
> Gadi Evron,
> Information Security Manager, Project Tehila -
> Israeli Government Internet Security.
> Ministry of Finance, Israel.
> Office: +972-2-5317890
> Fax: +972-2-5317801
> Tehila is one of the top most attacked sites in the
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