Oakland program announced; 5-minute talk abstracts due April 2

[14 February 1996] Program Co-chairs John McHugh and George Dinolt released the program for this year's Oakland symposium, which includes panels on CORBA security standards, security for medical information systems, and goals for computer security education, as well as 20 research contributions. The Symposium will again feature one session of 5-minute (rigorously enforced!) talks, in order to open the floor to new researchers, recent findings, and hot topics. Submit a one-page abstract for your five-minute talk to John McHugh, Program Co-Chair, (mchugh@cs.pdx.edu) not later than 2 April. Email submissions of 30 to 60 lines are preferred. Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection of abstracts by April 16; accepted abstracts will be distributed at the conference. Presenters of five-minute talks are expected to register for the conference. Overtly commercial presentations are inappropriate.