October 10-12, 2001
Davis, CA, USA
The RAID International Symposium series is intended to further advances in intrusion detection by promoting the exchange of ideas in a broad range of topics. This year's symposium, the fourth in an annual series, brought together leading figures from academia, government, and industry to discuss state-of-the-art intrusion detection technologies and issues from the research and commercial perspectives.
RAID'98, held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, was the first in an anticipated annual series of international Symposia that has brought together leading figures from academia, government and industry to ponder the current state of intrusion detection technologies and paradigms from the research and commercial perspectives. More than 130 participants attended RAID'98, with nearly 50% from outside Europe, reflecting the international nature of the meeting. RAID'99, held in Purdue, Indiana, was hosted by CERIAS and welcomed more than 180 participants from academia, government and industry. RAID 2000, hosted by ONERA in Toulouse, France, welcomed more than 130 participants from academia (50%), government (20%) and industry (30%), 40% coming from USA and Canada, 60% from Europe. After Louvain-la-Neuve, Purdue and Toulouse, RAID was locally organized in 2001 by the University of California at Davis.
The RAID 2001 program is available online. In a nutshell, RAID 2001 welcomed 21 presentations and three panels over 2 1/2 days. More than 130 people attended the symposium.
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