SOURCE: The Linley Group

August 25, 2005 19:41 ET

The Linley Group Seminar Focuses on Designing Security in Networking Systems

Program Features Cavium, Hifn, Freescale, SafeNet, Intel, Broadcom, Tarari, and Britestream

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 25, 2005 -- As security threats continue to mount, demand is rising for innovative yet cost-effective solutions in network-level security. On September 16, The Linley Group will host a free seminar to address the challenges of designing security in networking systems, including virtual private networks (VPN) using IPSec and SSL, firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention (IDS/IPS), antivirus (AV) and antispam techniques. This one-day event, sponsored by Cavium, Hifn, Freescale, SafeNet, and Intel, brings together technical experts presenting innovative solutions to the challenge of implementing these technologies at wire speed.

The Linley Group, the leading supplier of technology analysis for networking silicon, continues its tradition of providing independent coverage of important topics in networking-system design. The seminar provides critical information on the latest technology trends, applications, and markets shaping this important market.

You'll have the opportunity to hear industry expert Linley Gwennap as well as architects and CTOs from leading vendors as they deliver information-packed technical presentations in two key areas: Integrating Encryption Functions and Multifunction Security Equipment. Also included is a panel discussion addressing the future direction of security at the network level. Following the seminar will be a reception providing opportunities for you to network with these industry leaders, analysts, and your colleagues.

The following are program highlights you won't want to miss:

--  Linley Gwennap, Principal Analyst, The Linley Group, "Security
    Technologies and Trends"
--  Raghib Hussain, CTO, Cavium, "Implementing Multilayer Security for
    Unified Threat Management"
--  Russell Dietz, CTO, Hifn, "Offloading Security Services to the Data
--  Bart Stevens, Director R&D, SafeNet, "Designing an Enterprise Security
    Processor Architecture"
--  Bill Selander, Engineering Manager, Intel, "Implementing Security on
    Intel's Dual-Core Processors"
--  David Lapp, System Architect, Freescale, "Security Considerations in
    IP Networking Systems"
--  Mark Buer, Director of Security Architecture, Broadcom, "Design
    Challenges in Integrating Security Functions"
--  Jeff Carmichael, CTO, Tarari, "A Content Processor with Nine
    Acceleration Engines"
--  Oscar Mitchell, CTO, Britestream, "Implementing SSL With Complete TCP
The seminar is free to qualified individuals who register by September 12. The seminar is targeted at system designers, carriers, equipment vendors, service providers, OEMs, press, and the financial community.

For further details and registration information, visit our web site:

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The Linley Group is the leading provider of independent technology analysis for the networking-silicon industry, covering emerging areas such as access processors, network processors, communications processors, Gigabit Ethernet, switch fabrics, high-speed interconnects, security and content processors, high-speed embedded processors, and storage networking silicon. The company provides in-depth technology reports and interactive seminars as well as strategic consulting services tailored to the individual client. To get free access to The Linley Group's analysis of recent news and events in this market segment, subscribe to The Linley Wire, our e-mail newsletter. More information about The Linley Group is available at

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