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GatorLUG Meeting - Network Security, Intrusion Detection, Data Forensics

May 17 2006 6:00 pm
May 17 2006 8:00 pm
Etc/GMT-5

Description:
6:00 - 6:30 Announcements, Application Spotlight - TruCrypt
6:30 - 7:10 Presentation - Securing Your Network, Detecting Intruders
Protecting a data network is one of the most important aspects of System Administration. Even if you don't have a network of computers to protect, Jordan will share some useful information that can be used to protect your personal computer. He will also discuss some techniques for determining when a computer has been compromised.
--- Jordan Wiens ---
Since mid-2003, Wiens has been a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, which highlights his experience and knowledge in a wide variety of security fields. As a member of the Florida state CIRT (Computer Incident Response Team), Wiens is available to state and local law enforcement officials as a technical consultant. He has attended and occasionally presented at various security-related conferences, and has written product reviews and feature articles in magazines such as Network Computing and InfoWorld.
7:10 - 7:50 Presentation - Data Forensics
How do you recover data that is difficult to recover? John will profile some interesting tools for doing that job.
--- John Sawyer ---
John holds certificates as a GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH #631), Firewall Analyst (GCFW #413) and Forensic Analyst (GCFA #257). He is a member of the SANS Advisory Board and has spoken for the past three years at the Florida Association of Educational Data Systems (FAEDS) on incident response and malware analysis. John currently writes independently for Network Computing and Secure Enterprise magazines.
7:10 - 8:00 GPG Keysigning - JC Jones
Keysigning instructions are here: http://www.gatorlug.org/node/56

Location:
Virtually Cuban

Map Link:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Virtually+Cuban,+SW+13th+gainesville

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Damn

Is there a chance someone can videotape or at least voice record this for viewing later, because there are some of us who arent in G'ville now and would still want to hear this.

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A recording will be made

We will do everything we can to get a high quality sound recording of this presentation. We will make the sound file and slides available on this web site.

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