e-Security: The Next Wave of Security Technologies and Market Trends


The prevention of cyber crimes and the security of information are extremely critical and highly essential issues that deserve both the government and business to address vigorously. This UTHF 2005 symposium promotes Taiwan's information security technologies and products, in order to raise awareness of new security threats while enabling knowledge exchange between security communities of both Taiwan and Silicon Valley.

The objectives of this UTHF symposium are:

  • to facilitate the technological experience exchange and interaction between the US and Taiwan's network security experts in the stage of program executions,
  • to gather experts and associates across the Pacific from Taiwan and US for sharing their knowledge and experiences in the information security arena,
  • to provide business opportunities for enterprises, entrepreneurs and VCs alike attendees.
The conference will take place at the Double Tree Hotel in San Jose, California on October 21-22, 2005. Activities will include keynotes, presentations, workshops, and demonstrations by security experts, industry leaders and professors.

This US Taiwan High-Tech Forum is also staged to provide an exchange and networking opportunity for the Silicon Valley technical/business leaders and Taiwanese delegation; and to promote collaboration between technology communities of Taiwan and Silicon Valley.

US Speakers:

  • George Cheng, Executive Vice President of Internet Services Development, Wells Fargo & Company
  • Dr. David Luckham, Research Professor of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
  • Bill Melohn, VP of Security Engineering Technology Group, CISCO
  • Brian Essex, Equity Researcher Analyst, Morgan Stanley
  • Dr. Doug Tygar, Professor of Computer Science and Information Management, UC Berkeley
  • Dr. SP Shieh, Visiting Professor, UC Berkeley/NCTU
  • Joe Tomasello, Senior Product Manager, Spirent Communications
  • Dave Rand, Chief Technologist for Internet Content Security, Trend Micro
  • Dave Jevans, CEO of Ironkey and Chairman of Anti-Phishing Working Group

Taiwan Delegation Speakers:

  • Dr. Der-Tsai Lee, President of IICM and Academician of the Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  • Dr. Cheng-Yan Kao, Vice chairman, Institute for Information Technology (III), Taiwan
  • Dr. Fred Huang, President/Chairman of Broadweb Corp, Taiwan and Professor, CS Department, NTHU, Taiwan

Please click here for additional information.

More speakers will be released over the next few weeks.

Engineers, entrepreneurs, marketing professionals, and venture capitalists, who are interested in Applied Security, Business Security, Security Threats, Perimeter Defense, Secure Web Services and Wireless and Security Appliances, will benefit from this comprehensive program of technology and business trends in the new digital world.

This is a great opportunity for you to share your comments and suggestions on the issues not covered in this program with others. Please send your comments to:

      Dr. John Huang, Conference Chair, huang6920ab@yahoo.com

By 10/20/05
After 10/20/05 or On-site
*Conference price includes lunch.

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Presented By:
     North America Taiwanese Engineers’ Association (NATEA),

Silicon Valley Chapter


Sponsored By:
     TECO-SF Science & Technology Division, National Science Council



Co-sponsored By:
Industrial Development Bureau (IDB), Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA)

Institute for Information Industry (III)

Industry Technology Research Institute (ITRI)


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