TREN EVENT: Networks and servers and hackers…oh, my! The risks of using and relying on technology
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
7:15 AM to 8:30 AM
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Location: Richland Community Center
The Three Rivers Entrepreneur Network presents its November seminar: "Networks and servers and hackers...oh, my! The risks of using and relying on technology." The speaker, Adam Baldwin, is co-founder of nGenuity Information Services-a Tri-Cities company helping businesses safeguard their valuable information from the risks inherent in today's high-tech environment. Baldwin will discuss and demonstrate the top security risks for businesses that rely on technology and how to best mitigate those risks.
What You'll Learn
- How to identify and deal with the top risks businesses face when relying solely on technology
- How security effects office culture and productivity
- How security assessments help businesses identify risk and make better, more informed decisions
Who should attend?
- Business owners
- IT managers
- Anyone who wants to better understand high-tech risks
There is no charge to attend. You must pre-register by Friday, November 13 to attend. Space is limited, so register early. A continental breakfast will be provided.
To register, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Teresa Claar at (509) 375-2068 with the following information for each attendee: name, company/organization affiliation, phone number, and e-mail.
Note: Room capacity is limited. Preference is given to technology-based businesses and economic development professionals.
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About the Speaker
Adam Baldwin is co-founder and principal consultant of nGenuity Information Services (lockonit.com). Adam brings 15 years of experience in the areas of security, large scale networking, software development, and telecommunications.
He has a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and is currently accredited with the CISSP, GCIA, ISSAP, SCSP, Certified Ethical Hacker, and Security+ certifications.
Additionally, Adam works to discover and publish software vulnerabilities demonstrating his dedication to securing business information systems. His vulnerability research can be found on http://www.ngenuity.org/ and http://www.evilpacket.net/ for video demonstrations.