Thursday, August 11, 2005

Spoke at SZABIST

Koshish Foundation had organized a seminar on "Computer Network Security Basics" at SZABIST, Karachi, today at 5:30 pm. Yours truly was the speaker. Since the classes there start at 6:30 pm, we started a little late to let the students come in. For a change, I discussed cryptography, cryptography, and cryptography. It was a risky proposition to talk about something that can be so boring at times. I did try to keep it as light and easy to grasp as possible. Of course, I cant tell whether I was successful or not. I dont think there were any feedback forms. I hope some people took my email address from the slides and send feedback. The presentation slides are now uploaded.


Jheera said...

If you havent heard yet, you may find this interesting

It is relevant to the 'standards of crypto-analysis' prevalent in the contemporary PK society, so I thought I should share it.

Arif Khan
Phoenix, AZ

Batch 96-97

Muhammad Saqib Ilyas said...

Thanks, that should be very interesting.