Sun shines at the RSA Security Conference

From the press release. For more information on Sun Systemic Security, check out this posting. If you are going to be attending, be sure to check out the Sun booth and look me up! I will be in and around the conference Monday through Thursday and will be at the customer luncheon (Tuesday), if you would like to chat a bit.

MENLO PARK, Calif. -- Feb. 8, 2006 --Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW) executives Scott McNealy,
chairman and CEO, will deliver keynote presentations on Feb. 14 at the RSA Conference.  At the RSA
Conference in San Jose, Calif., Scott McNealy's keynote presentation will address the need for a
systemic security approach to both protect and enable opportunities the network provides.

WHEN and WHERE:
Scott McNealy's keynote presentation, "Tear Down the Walls -- Embrace Risk and Opportunity Through
Security", will take place Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 9:50 a.m. Pacific. The RSA Conference is being held
at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. from Feb. 13-17. Information about the 
conference can be found at http://2006.rsaconference.com/us/.

Additional Sun Activity at RSA Conference

Sun will host a customer luncheon with security experts Whitfield Diffie and Radia Perlman. Held
on Tuesday, Feb. 14, the lunch will provide an opportunity to learn more about Sun's systemic
approach to security. For more information and to register for the luncheon, please visit
http://mediadirect.com/rsa/email.html.

In the Sun booth, number 515, visitors can view demonstrations and discuss Sun's integrated
technology solutions. In addition to McNealy's keynote, several Sun executives will be 
participating in presentations and panels at the RSA Conference, lending expertise on topics
such as identity management, cryptography, data management and cross platform security.
Additional Sun presentations at RSA Conference include:

Tuesday, February 14

    \* 10:35 a.m. Pacific - Whitfield Diffie, chief security officer
      The Cryptographers Panel
    \* 11:45 a.m. Pacific -- James Hughes, Sun fellow
      Storage Security -- Use of Encryption to Protect Data at Rest
    \* 2:00 p.m. Pacific - Yvonne Wilson, architect
      Implementing Federated Identity: What Products Do You Need?
    \* 3:25 p.m. Pacific - Rafat Alvi, senior architect, CTO Office
      Trusted SOA: An End-to-End Trustworthy Services-Oriented Architecture
    \* 4:30 p.m. Pacific -- Rags Srinivasan, CTO, Technology Evangelism
      Secure Cross-Talk Between Java and NET Platforms Using WS-Security 

Thursday, February 16

    \* 2:00 p.m. Pacific -- Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer
      The Policy of Identity: Privacy Rules
    \* 2:00 p.m. Pacific -- Nancy Hurley, director, Data Management Group Software
      Integration of Data Management ILM Systems
    \* 3:25 p.m. Pacific -- Radia Perlman, distinguished engineer
      The Information Protection Wars 

Friday, February 17

    \* 11:10 a.m. Pacific -- Hanumatha Neti, director, IT Security and Danny Smith, IT
      security specialist
      Security Metrics -- How Six Sigma is Helping Security in Large Enterprises 

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