USENIX is pleased to offer complimentary wireless Internet access for the 20th USENIX Security Symposium and co-located workshops. The wireless SSID is "usenix"; the network is open and insecure, so attendees
are encouraged to use encryption. Support of the network is provided by the hotel.
Event registration computers are available for general use when not being used for registration.
There is a public printer at the registration desk available via the registration computers or direct connection via USB or parallel port.
The wired and wireless networks provided by USENIX at this conference are for the use of conference attendees only, subject to the following conditions:
- USENIX may monitor these networks.
- Any illicit or intrusive use of the network, including packet sniffing, is expressly forbidden.
- The wireless network is open and insecure. USENIX strongly recommends that all users encrypt their transmissions. Users are solely responsible for the security of their passwords and data.
If you have any questions or concerns about the use of these networks, please contact any USENIX staff or Board member immediately.
Videos of the USENIX Security '11 technical sessions, EVT/WOTE '11, HotSec '11, and WOOT '11 will be available online shortly after they happen.
USENIX Security '11 Twitter and Facebook
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Bulletin Boards/Vendor Materials
Bulletin boards in the registration area hold messages for attendees, the latest schedule of Birds-of-a-Feather sessions, and postings of job opportunities. Also, you can pick up information on products, services, and special offers from the literature tables.
Please stop by our vendor tables in the Italian Room Foyer to chat about the latest research and opportunities at Google, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and RSA, the Security Division of EMC.