security presentations at Tech-Ed 2006

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by Brad Dinerman [MVP - Windows Server Networking], Jun 6, 2006.

  1. To all,

    If you will be attending Microsoft Tech-Ed 2006 next week in Boston,
    then you are also invited to special security presentations given by the
    New England Information Security Group (NEISG,
    These sessions will be held in Room #51 on Monday, June 12, at 7:00 PM.
    All attendees must first check-in at the Ancillary Events Desk to pick
    up their admission badge!!!

    If you are local to the Boston area but are not attending Tech-Ed, you
    can still attend this event at no charge.

    Here is what we have in store:

    1. "Computer Intrusion and Internet Fraud," presented by the Infragard
    Division of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
    Special agents will discuss the Infragard program as well as their
    technical investigations of computer intrusions and Internet fraud.

    2. "Proactively Hardening Your Windows Network," presented by Gary
    Miliefsky of NetClarity. In this session, Miliefsky will discuss the
    key network security issues and compliance risks in Microsoft Windows
    Networks. You will learn about common vulnerabilities and exposures
    (CVEs), which are the root cause of downtime and out of compliance. In
    addition, IT compliance pressures in government and industry have
    created the need for a paper trail of due care and due diligence. You'll
    learn how to tie network security and IT compliance together in the
    easiest possible way, with a few clicks of the mouse to harden your
    Windows network.
    address at

    Brad Dinerman

    Bradley J. Dinerman, President
    New England Information Security Group (NEISG)
    Microsoft MVP (Windows Server Systems - Networking)
    Certified SonicWALL Security Administrator
    Brad Dinerman [MVP - Windows Server Networking], Jun 6, 2006
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