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No cON Name 2007 - CALL FOR PAPERS Aug 21 2007 11:31AM
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* No cON Name 2007 Congress === Call For Papers *
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<> http://www.noconname.org/congreso2007.php <>
<> October: 11,12,13. <>

** What is No cON Name 2007 **

This congress is thought for system and network administrators,
programmers, experts and/or security auditors, and also independent
self-taught computer security experts.

All of them with the same objective: to share and understand new and
different systems that actually form the world networks.

Their motivation is curiosity and the need to read again the information
already seen about the computer security field. After the advances and
the modifications of a quest for perfection in a promising field, we
think it's very important to understand all the new information that
accumulates day by day.

In a society that is everyday more computer-dependent, computer security
gets a higher importance in thousands of companies and people.
If we analyze the complexity of a computer system, that is a help resort
or a work tool for this professionals, we easily get to the conclusion
that, when the market requirement increases, this professionals work
tools get affected, what turns into a basic need, improve before the
competitors.

** Where **

This Conference will be held for sixth time in Palma de Mallorca (Spain).

Place: Not exact yet

** When **

The conference will be held during October 11,12,13.

** Who **

NcN is a non-profit organization run by 10 people from Spain. We
work for different Security companies, universities and local governments.

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This conference, even technical, will be held in a middle-formal
atmosphere, allowing all participants to enjoy themselves expanding
their knowledge on information security.

** SPEAKERS PRIVILEGES **

Speakers will enjoy the following privileges.

- Free Air ticket to Mallorca for one person.
- Free Hotel
- Free Breakfast
- Free fun }:-)

** CFP SUBMISSION **

CFP submission must include the following information:

1) Brief biography of the author, including list of publications and
papers published previously.
2) Proposed presentation title, category, synopsis and description.
3) Contact Information (full name, alias, handler, e-mail, postal
address, phone, fax, photo, country of origin, special dietary
requirements).
4) Employment and/or affiliations information.
5) Any significant presentation and educational experience/background.
6) Why is your material different, innovative, significant or an
important tutorial?

All submission must be in English in either MS Office or OpenOffice.

Submissions deadline for September the 20th 2007.

** IMPORTANT DATES **

+ Due date for papers submission: 20th September 2007
+ Acceptance notification: 25th September 2007
+ Final version for the accepted papers: 30th of September 2007
+ Inscription to the congress: From 15st August till the opening date of
the congress.

** TOPICS **

The areas of interest are broad and include, but are not restricted to, the
following areas:

Security management
LOPD: Data protection legality issues.
New techniques in vulnerability exploitation
Security/Insecurity in WiFi infrastructures
Honey Pots
Intrusion detection
Legislation
Vulnerabilities/Techniches/Exploits:
o Mobile devices
o Windows XP/2003/CE/Vista
o Linux/Other Unix
- Kernel
- Protocols
- Malware
. Virus
. Rootkits
. Spyware
o Reverse Engeeneering
o VoIP

. Other and significant Subjects proposed

To complement the information about our association and the congress,
you can visit our website: http://www.noconname.org (Spanish version)

A message can be addressed to : jd (at) noconname.org
Or to the coordinators:
+ Jose Nicolas Castellano : jncastellano (at) noconname.org
+ Javier Olascoaga : jolascoaga (at) noconname.org
+ Alejandro Clares : aclares (at) noconname.org

<> Please send submission to callforpapers (at) noconname (dot) org. <>

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