[Owasp-boston] OWASP Boston - local security event

Weiler, Jim Jim.Weiler at Staples.com
Tue May 29 10:32:29 EDT 2007


Hi Folks,
I wanted to forward this invitation to an event run by the New England
chapter of NAISG. ---

Hello everyone,

We would like to invite you to a security meeting that will be of general
interest to anyone in the IT community, especially those in the metro Boston
area and more so for those that like free software, networking opportunities
and go-kart racing!

My group, the National Information Security Group (NAISG,
<http://www.naisg.org/> http://www.naisg.org) is combining the June meeting
of our New England chapter with our annual charity fundraiser for a totally
different kind of event.

	A> Presentation... Mike Rothman, the well-known author of The
Pragmatic CSO (http://www.pragmaticcso.com <http://www.pragmaticcso.com/> )
and The Daily Incite (http://securityincite.com <http://securityincite.com/>
), will present "An Evening with the Pragmatic CSO."  This will not be about
technology; it will be about being an effective security administrator,
manager or executive.   Regardless of whether you are a CSO or an
administrator, you need to communicate what you are going to do within the
context of your business and track your effectiveness. The methodology also
addresses getting budgetary approval, interfacing with auditors, and just
figuring out what it's going to take to be a premier security practitioner.
Mike will also be available to sign copies of the Pragmatic CSO after the
session.

	B> High-Velocity... Strap on your racing helmets and suit up.  We
will be hitting the track for some serious go-kart racing.

	C> Give-Aways... We have a number of fully-licensed (NFR) copies of
Windows Vista Ultimate and Office 2007 Professional to give away to
attendees.  Copies are limited and these will be provided on a first-paid,
first-served basis.  (A special thanks to Culminis and Microsoft for
donating these for this event.)

WHEN IS IT?

	The event will take place on Thursday night, June 21, at F1 Boston
in Braintree, MA starting at 6:45 PM.  This is our regular meeting night,
but at a very different location.

HOW DO I REGISTER OR FIND MORE INFORMATION?

	Check it out here:  <http://www.naisg.org/events>
http://www.naisg.org/events.

HOW CAN I HELP TO SPONSOR THIS EVENT PLUS GET SOME PR FOR MYSELF?

	We are very glad you asked.  We do need sponsors for this event.
Remember that all net proceeds from the event will be donated directly to
charity (The Caitlin Raymond International Registry,  <http://www.crir.org/>
http://www.crir.org).  Please see
<http://www.naisg.org/events/f1boston/sponsor.htm>
http://www.naisg.org/events/f1boston/sponsor.htm for more information.

AND SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:

	> Vericept, the leading provider of comprehensive compliance and
content control solutions. Vericept mitigates internal risk by providing
enterprise-wide visibility that enables full control of the information
exchanged inside and outside an organization. Vericept's patent-pending
Intelligent Content Analysis Control Engine dramatically reduces security
risks and "insider threats" within an organization, including regulation
compliance violations, corporate governance concerns, internal policy
infractions, information leaks and unacceptable Internet usage.
<http://www.vericept.com/> http://www.vericept.com.

	> MIS Alliance, the leading provider of IT and MIS consulting
services to the greater Boston area.  MIS Alliance is a Microsoft Gold
Certified Partner and a Small Business Specialist, and can either become
your IT organization or provide consulting services for your existing one.
<http://www.misalliance.com/> http://www.misalliance.com.

	> DNSstuff.com, a Web application providing expertise and all the
tools necessary to ensure that your DNS operates smoothly, efficiently and
safely. It is one of the largest and most trusted communities of IT
professionals on the Web.  DNSstuff.com has donated annual memberships to
its premium site for fifty attendees.   <http://www.dnsstuff.com/>
http://www.dnsstuff.com.

	

	> Culminis Alliance, an international not-for-profit organization
devoted to the development and growth of the IT community by supporting user
groups and the IT professional community.  Culminis has donated copies of
Windows Vista and Office 2007 to attendees of our event.
<http://www.culminis.com/> http://www.culminis.com.

	> Microsoft, maker of Windows and Office systems, as well as much,
much more.  Microsoft has donated copies of Windows Vista and Office 2007 to
attendees of our event.   <http://www.microsoft.com/>
http://www.microsoft.com.

________________________________________________
Bradley J. Dinerman, President
National Information Security Group (NAISG)
 <http://www.naisg.org/> http://www.naisg.org

 
Jim Weiler CISSP
Staples North American Delivery
Application Security Architect
508 2533884
 
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-boston/attachments/20070529/13166b86/attachment.html 


More information about the Owasp-boston mailing list