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Secret Wireless March 17th… shhhh
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I’ve been punchy these past few days; I’ll apologize for this week and in advance for the next one. After a week of hopping around the Southeast, I’m heading down to Charlotte with Jack for a talk at the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force meeting.

The Charlotte Electronic Crimes Task Force Quarterly Meeting
WHEN:   Tuesday, March 17, 2009
TIME:     1:30 PM – 4:00 PM
WHERE:  US Secret Service Charlotte Field Office
               

 

What are we talking about… I’m rambling about wireless security and Jack’s going to hide a faux IED in town and see who can find it first. Okay not really, but I’m sure it will be one if his usually engaging and entertaining producions ;).

What You Can’t See Can Kill You… Wireless Security For 2009 and Beyond
By: Jennifer Jabbusch, CISSP, HP MASE, JNCIA-AC, CISO, Network Security Specialist, Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc.
Wireless networking is turning from luxury to requisite in the enterprise world as the last few holdouts in government and high-risk commercial are starting to sprout antennas. Securing air-borne communications is a never ending task as we struggle to keep ahead of network hackers and data snatchers. As security professionals, we’re always just a step ahead of the curve with wireless technologies. Hear how your wireless networks, phones and devices can put you, your family and your organization at risk- both at work and at home. Find out how to start saving yourself with intelligent security.

No Tech Hacking – Is Physical Security Still Your Biggest Hole?”
By Jack Wiles, PPS, IAM, IEM, President, TheTrainingCo.
During this hands-on and magical presentation, Jack will share many of the tips, tricks and war-stories that he wrote about in the four books that he has now co-authored. (He will even bring a few for door prizes.) Jack has spent decades working in the fields of technical as well as physical security. For three of those years, he headed up several inside penetration teams, which were hired to test the vulnerability of certain government agencies and corporations. Mostly because of physical security vulnerabilities within these organizations, he never got caught.  This entertaining and educational session should help you to become a little more secure at work and at home.

Hope to see you there!

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