“The Second Millennium Mac-Crypto Conference on Macintosh Cryptography and Internet Commerce” (try saying quickly that three times) will be held Jan. 29-30 in the DeAnza 3 Auditorium, Apple R&D Campus, 10500 N DeAnza Blvd, Cupertino, CA.
The workshop will offer information and discussions on the latest news regarding cryptography in the Mac world. Keynotes will cover the topics, “The Effect of Anti-Circumvention Provisions on Security” and “Crypto Anarchy.” Crypto law and policy discussions will cover “Crypto Law and the Mac Developer,” “Privacy Legislation and the Internet Mac,” and “Transnational Regulation of Cryptography for the Mac.”
“Internet Security and Authentication Issues” and “Security Analysis of the WEP Algorithm” sessions will cover cryptanalysis and Security. There will be two sessions regarding new opportunities in Mac cryptography: “Future Directions for PGP” and “Introduction to Smartcards.” And there will be a variety of discussions revolving around Internet payments and finance: “Bluespike: Content Control for the Macintosh,” “Intro to Internet Payments for Mac Developers,” “Internet Bearer Payments,” “Secure, Real-Time Financial Transactions using WebFunds on the Mac,” and “Mojonation and the Mac.”
The conference is free to members of the Mac Crypto List. For more info go to the
Mac Crypto Web site. Sponsors are
MacTech Magazine and the
RadGad Web site.