5/9/2003 - Dan Dariel of M-Systems' (Nasdaq: FLSH) Fortress Security Division will be one of the featured presenters at "The State of Trust in Cyberspace" seminar at CardTech/SecurTech (CTST) 2003.
Speaking on the topic of "Implementing Cost-Effective Security" with moderator Clain Anderson, director of client security, IBM, Dariel will describe the most widespread means of attack on mobile systems and applications. Various software and hardware-based methods to prevent these attacks will be discussed. This presentation will assist in the identification of the most cost-effective technologies to meet particular security needs.
Dan Dariel, manager of M-Systems' Fortress Security Division (formerly Fortress U&T), has expertise in managing projects using smartcard technology, cryptography, secured protocols and standards and managed the embedded group at Fortress U&T. He holds a B.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering and an M.Sc. in Industrial and Management Engineering, both from Ben-Gurion University.
Tuesday, May 13th at 2:30 PM
Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida
For Registration or More Details Regarding the Event:
Please visit www.ctst.com/conferences/CTST/CTST2003/index.html.
M-Systems (Nasdaq: FLSH) is a leader and innovator of flash-based data storage products known as flash disks, which provide the functionality of a mechanical hard drive in a silicon chip. M-Systems' products - DiskOnChip®, DiskOnKey® and Fast Flash Disk (FFDTM) - are found in applications in a vast array of markets, including connected devices, mobile and telecom. Among M-Systems' technologies are TrueFFS® for flash management and SuperMAPTM for security and protection. For more information, please contact M-Systems at www.m-sys.com.
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