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Re: any CP going to the International Cryptography Institute this week?

> Carl Ellison <[email protected]> writes:
> I have the program in front of me and it looks ominous.

Here's a soft copy.  At least you can say it appears to present a consistent
point of view.  That should be good for the keynote speakers, Mr. Freeh and
Mr. Gore.  (The soft copy shows Mr. Glickman as the other keynote; a hardcopy
in front of me here shows Mr. Gore --I don't know which is more recent.)

$595 tuition -- that's more than Crypto '94, eh?

	Jim Gillogly
	Mersday, 29 Halimath S.R. 1994, 21:07


From: [email protected] (Dorothy E. Denning)
Newsgroups: talk.politics.crypto,sci.crypt,comp.security.misc
Subject: International Cryptography Institute
Message-Id: <[email protected]>
Date: 28 Jul 94 15:14:11 -0500
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Organization: Georgetown University
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        International Cryptography Institute 1994: Global Challenges

                          September 22-23, 1994
                       Ritz Carlton, Washington, DC

	                       Presented by
	     The National Intellectual Property Law Institute 

The International Cryptography Institute will focus on problems and
challenges associated with the use of cryptography within nations and
for international communications.  The Institute will address such
questions as:  What are the different national policies and regulations
governing cryptography and how might these evolve?  What cryptographic
technologies are on the market in different countries, what is being
used, and what is it being used for?  What problems is cryptography
causing law enforcement?  What are the requirements of businesses and
other organizations?  What are the new trends in cryptography and what
will be their impact on society?  What efforts are leading toward an
international cryptography framework?  The Institute is for government
officials, industry leaders, policy makers and analysts, researchers,
and users of cryptographic technologies.


September 22

8:45-9:00 Opening Remarks
Dorothy E. Denning, Chair of Program
James Chandler, President, National Intellectual Property Law Institute

The Challenges of International Crytography
Edward J. O'Malley, The OSO Group

Cryptography in the European Community
Christopher E. Sundt, ICL Secure Systems

Cryptography in the German Governmental Area
Ansgar Heuser, BSI

10:30-10:45 Break

Cryptography in Belgium
Els Lemmens, Belgian Office for Scientific, Technical and Cultural Affairs

The Use of Cryptography in Singapore
Kwok-Yan Lam, National University of Singapore
Seow-Hiong Goh, John Yong, National Computer Board

An Australian and South-East Asian View of Cryptography
William J. Caelli, Queensland University of Technology

12:15-1:45 Lunch with Keynote
The Honorable Dan Glickman, U.S. House of Representatives (invited)

GSM: Security for World-Wide Mobil Radio
Charles B. Brookston, British Telecomm

International Exchange of Digital Signatures in a Diversified World
Jean-Jacques Quisquater, University of Louvain

Creating Global Cryptographic Infrastructures
Sead Muftic, Stockholm University

3:15-3:30 Break

An International Cryptography Framework
Keith S. Klemba and Jim Schindler, Hewlett-Packard Co.

Experiments in International Cryptography and Software Key Escrow
Stephen T. Walker, Trusted Information Systems, Inc.

International Escrowed Encryption
Dorothy E. Denning, Georgetown University
John Droge, Mykotronx, Inc.

5:00-6:00 Reception

September 23

U.S. Government Cryptography Policy
Michael R. Nelson, Office of Science and Technology Policy

Domestic Regulation of the Exportation of Cryptography
James Chandler, National Intellectual Property Law Institute

Sue E. Eckert, U.S. Department of Commerce

10:30-10:45 Break

Rose Biancaniello, U.S. Department of State (invited)

World-Wide Availability of Cryptography Products
David Balenson, Trusted Information Systems, Inc.

12:00-1:30 Lunch with Keynote
Louis J. Freeh, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation (invited)

International Regulation of Cryptography
James Chandler, National Intellectual Property Law Institute
Mark King, Communications-Electronics Security Group, United Kingdom
Alexander Patijn, Ministry of Justice, The Netherlands
William Wolfowicz, Fondazione Ugo Bordoni

2:45-3:00 Break

Cryptography in the Financial Industry
Mr. Mitsuru Iwamura, The Bank of Japan
Dr. Victor Panchenko, SignalRox, Russia (invited)
others TBA

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                          Hotel and Registration 

A limited block of rooms has been reserved at The Ritz Carlton
Hotel at a special conference rate of $225 per night.  Reservations can
be made by calling or writing The Ritz Carlton Hotel, 2100
Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20008, 202-293-2100.  Rooms
have also been reserved at the Ramada Plaza Hotel at the special rate
of $89.  Reservations can be made by calling or writing The Ramada
Plaza Hotel, 10 Thomas Circle, N.W., Washington, DC 20005,

Tuition is $595, $300 for government & academic, and $150 for
students.  Payment includes all course study materials and attendance
at all sessions of the course, two lunches, and a cocktail reception.

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      Registration Form For International Cryptography Institute





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