Are you attending days one and two of TCP/IP Weapons School at the USENIX LISA 2006 conference on 3 and 4 December, 2006? Do you want to do something with Ethereal/Wireshark besides inspecting normal traffic? Do you want to learn how networks can be abused and subverted, while analyzing the attacks methods and packets that make it happen? Are you ready for technical, packet-centric training that really matters?
If your answer to any of these questions is yes, join Richard Bejtlich for TCP/IP Weapons School Part 2 (TWS2), after USENIX LISA 2006, on 9 and 10 December 2006. TWS2 will be held at the Wardman Park Hotel, after LISA, in the same facility. It's the perfect way to finish LISA without leaving the hotel.
Days 1 and 2 of TCP/IP Weapons School, part of the official USENIX LISA Training Program, cover layers 1-3 of the TCP/IP stack. TWS2 is a separate but supported event, where day 3 addresses layer 4 and day 4 discusses layers 5-7. This training is unique and in-depth!
Registration fees are as follows. The first price column is for Non-LISA attendees. The second is for LISA attendees.
Register by 13 October 2006 $995/student $795/student (20% off)
Register by 10 November 2006 $1095/student $875/student (20% off)
Register after 10 November 2006 $1195/student $955/student (20% off)
To register for TWS2, please complete the registration form and submit it to TaoSecurity using one of the methods listed on the form.
I've also prepared a flyer to show your manager!
Don't forget to register for USENIX LISA 2006 before 10 November 2006 for the best deal. I will also teach Network Security Monitoring with Open Source Tools on 8 December 2006, right before I teach TWS2.