Linux Pro Magazine Presents Live Stream from Usenix Security '08
July 28 to August 1 Linux Pro Magazine is broadcasting two full-days of security training and the main track from the three-day Usenix Security '08 event live from San José.
Usenix Security covers the latest developments in the field of computer and network security.
The training program offered at the conference is practice oriented and teaches both basic skills and details of new technologies, tools, and strategies.
The live stream includes all the "Invited talks" tracks: Hackernomics by Hugh Thompson, People Security; Political DDoS: Estonia and Beyond by Jose Nazario, Arbor Networks and "The Ghost in the Browser and Other Frightening Stories about Web Malware" by Niels Provos, Google. The keynote which launches the conference program on Wednesday is being broadcast free of charge. Users are not required to register to view.
The platform-independent streaming solution includes a video window, live, synchronized, high-resolution presentation slides, and a chat module. To receive the live stream you just need a Java-capable browser and an Internet connection. After the event, all the tracks will be available for viewing in the video archive.
The charge for viewing the three-day live stream of the conference program, and access to the video archive is 99 euros. A charge of 249 euros applies to the full day security training sessions.
The full program and registration page are online here.
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