Long time, no blog. I know. But, I wanted to let you know I’ll be at RSA this week. Just in case you didn’t dig through the hundreds of sessions at RSA and realize I’d be hosting a Peer2Peer, here’s the info for you! Last year’s session on NAC was a great success. The room was filled and I’m hoping for another full room and interesting discussion this year with the enterprise wireless P2P.
You can read the session details below. Once again I’ll facilitate discussions between enterprise organizations, but this time the topic will be wireless. We may be discussing anything from authentication, encryption and general security to capacity planning, density and RF management. Expect to hear best practices and common practices from me and peers on planning, implementing, security and meeting compliance regulations with wireless infrastructure.
AS ALWAYS, I’ll provide some take-home documents for attendees. Plus, attendees get a bonus SNEAK PEEK at an upcoming book.
Hit the Securosis Recovery Breakfast early Thursday then meet me in the Blue Room 206 at 10am! Remember P2Ps are limited to 25 people and are first-come, first-serve.
Session Code: P2P-302A
Session Title: Jumping Wireless Hurdles in the Enterprise
Facilitator: Jennifer Jabbusch, CISO, Infrastructure Security Specialist, Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc.
Date(s)/Time(s): Thursday, February 17th, 10:00 AM in Blue Room 206
Session Abstract: With more wireless-enabled and handheld devices than ever before, wireless is an expected method of connection in public and private organizations. Automation, advanced mobile devices, asset tracking and mobile users are all business drivers in the wireless world – but the convenience of wireless comes at a cost. We’ll lead discussions in best practices, common practices and requirements from PCI and other regulations.
Link: Details on RSA page
About RSA Peer2Peer Facilitated Sessions
Have a security issue you would like to discuss with your peers? Want to share your experiences with a new technology? Care to explore best practices with colleagues? Then attend a P2P session!
Peer2Peer sessions are limited to 25 people who share a common interest and want to discuss or learn more about a particular security issue. The sessions are interactive and moderated by someone who knows the subject at hand and also can keep the conversation flowing. No PowerPoint allowed! Admission is first-come, first-serve so make sure you get there early.