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.

2 comments:

Jheera said...

If you havent heard yet, you may find this interesting

http://www.schneier.com/paper-relatedkey-p.html

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

Regards,
Arif Khan
Phoenix, AZ

Batch 96-97

Muhammad Saqib Ilyas said...

Thanks, that should be very interesting.