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Subject: UNIX Security Workshop - Complete Program
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Date: 26 Jul 90 07:30:19 GMT
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Posted: Thu Jul 26 08:30:19 1990

UNIX Security Workshop
Marriott Hotel, Portland, OR, August 27-28, 1990

     The Second USENIX UNIX Security Workshop will be held in Portland, Oregon
on Monday and Tuesday, August 27-28, 1990.  The workshop is organized to bring
researchers, system administrators and others together to discuss their needs
and interests in the many aspects of computer security as they relate to the
UNIX Operating System.

     This meeting will have elements of both a conference and a workshop; the
former in that there will be presentations, the latter in that discussion and
audience participation are expected.  Speakers will discuss work in progress
and/or work that is planned and will solicit opinions, comments and sugges-
tions from other participants.   There will be at least three panel sessions.

Tentative Program

Monday, August 27

9-10:30  Authentication I

David Goldberg, MITRE
The MITRE User Authentication System

Daniel Klein, Software Engineering Institute, CMU
A Survey of, and Improvements to, Password Security

Matt Bishop, Dartmouth College
An Extensible Password Changing Program

Michele Crabb, NASA Ames Research Center
Password Security in a Large Distributed Environment

11-12  Potpourri I

Maria Pozzo, UCLA Computer Science Dept.
An Automatic Policy Checker for Controlling Undesirable Program Behaviors

John Linn, DEC
Generic Security Service Application Program Interface

Henry Teng, DEC, and David Brown, Worchester Polytechnic Institute
An Expert Systems Approach to Security Inspection of UNIX

1:30-2:30  Secure Systems and Tools

Raymond Wong, Oracle
A Survey of Secure UNIX Operating Systems

David Gill, MITRE
Roles for Users and Privileges for System Processes:
High Trust Mechanisms for Low Trust Systems

Pat Bahn, GTE
Beyond Bell-LaPadula:  A Security Model for Real Applications

3:00-5:00  Access Control

Marshall Abrams, Leonard LaPadula, & Ingrid Olson, MITRE
Building Generalized Access Control on UNIX

David Wichers, ARCA Systems, and Douglas Cook, Ronald Olsson, John Crossley,
Paul Kerchen, Karl Levitt, & Raymond Lo, University of California at Davis
An Access Control List Approach to Anti-Viral Security

Frank Kardel, Friedrich Alexander University
Frozen Files

Hermann Strack, University of Karlsruhe
to be arranged

Panel and discussion on access control

Tuesday, August 28

9-10:30  Authentication II

Ana Maria De Alvare, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
How Crackers Crack Passwords

Steven Lunt, Bellcore
Experiences with Kerberos

Joe Tardo, Kannan Alagappan, & Richard Pitkin, DEC
Public Key-based Authentication using Internet Certificates

Panel and discussion on authentication

11-12  Security Considerations and the Environment

Richard Neely, Ford Aerospace
System Design and Verification for Secure Applications Under UNIX

Gary Christoph, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Security Considerations of Going to a UNIX Based
Supercomputer Operating System

Bjorn Satdeva, /sys/admin, inc.
to be arranged

1:30-3:15  Networked Systems

Mark Carson, Janet Cugini, Sohail Malik, Mythili Kannan, & Wen-Der Jiang, IBM
Networked UNIX without the Superuser

Jeffrey Roth, Defense Logistics Agency
Hardening Anonymous FTP

Jerry Carlin, Pacific Bell
Gateway Security Measures

Eugene Schultz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
UNIX Network Naivete

Panel and discussion on network security

3:45-5  Potpourri II

Fuat Baran, Howard Kaye, & Margarita Suarez, Columbia University
Security Breaches:  Five Recent Incidents at Columbia University

Panel and discussion on security in Large installations

Program Chair:  Matt Bishop, Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Dart-
mouth College

Full-time students please note:  a limited number of scholarships are avail-
able.  For an application form contact

For registration information, contact:

	USENIX Conference Office
	22672 Lambert Street, Suite 613
	El Toro, CA 92630
	(714) 588-8649
	(714) 588-9706 (FAX)

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