info on the National Information Security Group (NAISG) + an invitation

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Brad Dinerman [MVP - Enterprise Security], Feb 5, 2008.

  1. To all,

    Being close in heart to Windows Server and understanding the absolute
    need for IT pros to maintain top-notch security education, I want to
    extend an invitation to the members of the server community. Therefore...

    I am pleased to announce the opening of three new chapters of the
    National Information Security Group (NAISG, http://www.naisg.org). These
    include the New York City, Silicon Valley and Washington, DC chapters,
    which will complement the founding New England chapter (Boston, MA).

    NAISG membership is open to anyone that is interested in IT/security
    administration, including pros, consumers, managers/executives, law
    enforcement personnel (local police and FBI regularly attend the
    meetings), educators, students and more. We never charge for
    membership; you only need to sign up at our Web site to become a member.

    We currently have more than 1,000 members in our ranks. In addition to
    our monthly chapter meetings, we have an email-based Security TechTips
    list that includes members from around the world. You can sign up for
    this at http://www.naisg.org.

    If any of you are in the New York City area this coming Monday (February
    11), please check out the meeting details at http://nyc.naisg.org. The
    topic will be "Cyber Surveillance and Employee Monitoring - What
    Techniques Are Available, Should We Even Use Them and What Are
    Employer/Employee Rights?" The meeting will be held at the Microsoft
    office in midtown Manhattan.

    Yours,
    Brad


    ___________________________________________________________________
    Bradley J. Dinerman, MVP - Enterprise Security
    President, National Information Security Group
    http://www.naisg.org
     
    Brad Dinerman [MVP - Enterprise Security], Feb 5, 2008
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