"SSH Secure Shell for Wireline and Wireless
THURSDAY, May 9, 2002
By Mr. Ivan Wallis
Security Applications Engineer
SSH Communications Security, Inc.
Open to the Public. No fee. 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
The Pub Talk begins at 6:00 p.m.
At this Pub Talk, Ivan Wallis
will address the use of the award-winning SSH Secure Shell application
in creating a secure wireline and wireless environment. Secure Shell
is used by millions of users (including Cable & Wireless IDC, Compaq,
Intel, Nokia, Sun Microsystems, and Hitachi Systems & Services,
Ltd.) in over 80 countries and is the de facto standard for secure
remote access and file transfer over the Internet. Mr. Willis will
present the need for Internet security, especially in the wireless
ABOUT IVAN WALLIS
Ivan Wallis is Security Applications Engineer at SSH
Communications Security, Inc. Mr. Wallis provides OEM support for
the SSH IPSec and Certificate Authority product lines as well as
provides customer training on X.509 certificate and PKI (Public
Key Infrastructure) related areas. Mr. Wallis received his Bachelor
of Computer Science degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
Prior to joining SSH, he worked on software and security toolkit
integration for Entrust in Canada.
ABOUT SSH COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY, INC.
SSH Communications Security, Inc. (http://www.ssh.com),
a world-leading supplier of Internet security solutions, offers
a broad range of award-winning products designed to address the
most critical security issues for businesses, financial institutions,
and governments worldwide. Both SSH Sentinel, a feature-rich remote
access VPN "smart" client, and SSH Secure Shell, the award-winning
product family, ensure secure remote access and data transfer. The
SSH Certifier product family provides a robust certification authority
for flexible and strong authentication through digital certificates
and tokens. The market-leading SSH IPSEC Express (Internet Protocol
Security) family of toolkits for OEMs and software developers enables
fast time-to-market and reduced in-house development costs.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Ms. Thi Le
SSH Communications Security