The annual International Workshop on Practice and Theory in Public Key
Cryptography (PKC 2003) is the 6th and, for its first time sponsored by IACR
(the International Association for Cryptologic Research). It is the main
international workshop on the topic of public key cryptography.
Cerias will be welcoming two speakers on Thursday November 26th at 4:30 PM in Stewart Center room 314. Doc. Ing. Ivan M. Havel, CSc., Ph.D. and Prof. Jan Sokol, Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty of Humanities of Charles University, Prague will give a lecture entitled “Natural and Human Sciences in Search of a Unifying Field?”
CERIAS will join with top business executives and government officials from around the United States this week to help Purdue University develop a strategic plan for its new Homeland Security Institute. With over 150 Purdue researchers - from physicists to philosophers - working in areas related to homeland security, Purdue University faculty will team with outside experts for a two-day planning conference for the new institute.
An important first hurdle to overcome for any business manager, small business owner, or any other professional who uses information systems involves understanding the importance of information security in the context of their organization. The CERIAS InfoSec Video is a great way to raise awareness and help you to justify preventative maintenance within your organization
Early registration for the second Symposium on Requirements Engineering for Information Security has been extended through October 7th, 2002 at 5:00pm EST. The registration form and further details can be found at http://www.sreis.org.
CERIAS is participating in the first ever University-wide Homecoming Celebration on the Engineering Mall this Saturday, September 28. This exciting celebration will feature live entertainment, departmental and center displays, and various speakers, including Astronaut Jerry Ross and President Jischke. For more information about the school-wide events, please visit http://www.purdue.edu/events.