updated 11:35 pm EST, Mon February 18, 2002
February 25 marks the beginning of the STOS 2002 conference in Washinngton, D.C. The STOS is aimed at IT security professionals, security experts, government technology officials and researchers. Progress of SE-Darwin (Security Enhanced - Darwin) will kick off the conference research papers covering topics like Secure Logging, Building upon the foundation of CDSA, Intrusion Detection, PKI and Security Enterprise. Two says of tutorials will include 'Macintosh Forensics' and 'Secure Programming.' A conference pass is US$600, a research-only pass is US$300.