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From: gnu@hoptoad.uucp (John Gilmore)
Newsgroups: sci.crypt,alt.security,alt.privacy,alt.conspiracy,comp.std.misc
Subject: SF Area, 4 Nov: Cryptography, Standards, and Public Policy discussions
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Date: 1 Nov 91 02:32:01 GMT
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		CRYPTOGRAPHY, STANDARDS & PUBLIC POLICY:
		THE FALL '91 CRYPTO TECHNOLOGY UPDATE

November 4, 1991 -- 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Hotel Sofitel, 223 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood City CA; 415-598-9000

Join some of industry and academia's most respected cryptography experts
for a fascinating day of discussions covering the most recent developments
in encryption and authentication technology, and how governments and industry
are reacting worldwide.

The conference is free -- please RSVP to Kurt Stammberger at RSA Data Security,
at 415-595-8782 to reserve your place.  (Email to ku...@rsa.com is also OK.)

SCHEDULE:

9:00            Coffee
9:30-9:45       Welcome                 Jim Bidzos, RSA
9:45-10:15      Washington Update       Mark Rotenberg, CPSR
10:15-12:00     Panel Discusssion:
	  	government crypto policy, legislation, and export controls....
			William Murray, Deloitte & Touche
                                Ira Rubinstein, Microsoft
                                Jim Warren, MicroTimes and Autodesk
                                Addison Fischer, Fischer International
                                Representative from Sun Microsystems
                                Jim Bidzos, RSA
                                (Reps from NIST and NSA have been invited)

12:00-1:00      LUNCH
1:00-3:00       Panel Discussion -- NIST's DSS, recent DES attacks
                        Peter Neumann, SRI
                                Dr. Whitfield Diffie, Sun Microsystems
                                Dr. Martin Hellman, Stanford
                                Dr. Ronald Rivest, MIT
                                Dr. Jim Omura, Cylink
                                Dr. Taher ElGamal, RSA
                                Dr. Burton S. Kaliski, Jr., RSA
                                (Reps from NIST and NSA have been invited)

RSVP to KURT STAMMBERGER AT RSA at 415-595-8782 OR ku...@rsa.com!
-- 
John Gilmore   {sun,uunet,pyramid}!hoptoad!gnu   g...@toad.com   g...@cygnus.com
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