[Owasp-twincities] Mankato ISSA Event - March 25th - 3 CPEs

Lorna Alamri lorna.alamri at owasp.org
Tue Mar 23 14:02:06 EDT 2010

*March 25th, 2010   1p – 4:30p
240 Stadium Road, Mankato
*Topics & Speakers *

*What is New in Security for Windows 2008 [R2] and Windows Vista/7*
Bob Krone, Benchmark Learning, Senior Educator

 *Staying Secure: PCI Compliance for Today’s SMB*
Brad Rossiter, Clear North Technologies, Security Practice Manager

·         *Discussion Panel with Industry Experts*

*Who should attend?*
Business Leaders Security Practitioners IT & Technical Staff Students

*FREE SEMINAR* – Qualifies for 3 CPEs
Limited Seating – Register today at http://katoinfosec.eventbrite.com
More info at: www.katoinfosec.org
Great Door Prizes
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Topics and Speakers*

Bob Krone | Senior Educator| Benchmark Learning | Edina, MN
Bob has over 20 years of IT and training experience. Bob is the IT Project
Lead and has guided the successful rollout of programs such as Benchmark
Learning’s Mentored Learning solution.  Bob played a key role in Microsoft's
MCDST curriculum development and has created custom course material for key
clients.  He has recently developed and designed a Windows 2008 PKI course,
Windows 2003 PKI Course, Windows 2003 Clustering Course and several Windows
Vista awareness seminars as well as a course for Benchmark Learning on
Windows Vista for IT Support Professionals to update their skills from
previous versions of Microsoft operating systems.

When he’s not in the classroom or writing curriculum, he provides Windows
networks consultative services to both small- and medium-sized businesses,
including 3M, MoneyGram, Deluxe Corporation, the Mayo Clinic and Caribou
Coffee, just to name a few.

Bob was requested by Microsoft to serve as a founding member of the MCLC
(Microsoft Certified Learning Consultant) board due to his extensive
experience in creating customized training solutions; one of six people in
North America who approve MCLC applications.

Title: What is New in Security for Windows 2008 [R2] and Windows Vista/7

This presentation will give an overview of several new and improved security
features within Windows 2008 [R2] and Windows Vista/7.  This includes:  User
Account Control (UAC), AppLocker, Windows Firewall, Network Access
Protection (NAP), Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Direct Access,
BitLocker/Bitlocker To Go and Preferences.

Brad Rossiter | Security Practice Manager | Clear North Technologies | Eden
Prairie, MN
Brad Rossiter, CISSP, CISM, CISA, is an expert on information assurance and
protection strategies. He manages the Clear North Technologies security
services business and leads the effort in advising clients in all phases of
assessing, designing, implementing and managing secure information systems.
Brad has over 16 years of experience in information technology and is
currently pursuing his Master of Science in Management of Technology at the
University of Minnesota.  In addition to specializing in the SMB market
space, Brad has also worked in Fortune 100 companies and many different
business sectors including education, banking, engineering, construction,
transportation, marketing and distribution.

Title: Staying Secure: PCI Compliance for Today’s SMB

Don’t compromise your data security! This session will explain what PCI
compliance is, why it is critical for today’s business operations, how it is
obtained, and how security and compliance relate.  Learn about PCI-DSS
compliance and whether it’s necessary for your business, as well as the
common myths associated with PCI.  This seminar covers the fundamentals and
offers proactive strategies that you can implement to protect your valuable
data. Stay secure- register today!

I hope that you can attend and also share this educational (and networking)
opportunity with others.

Lorna Alamri

OWASP Connections
Dir: 651-338-0243
skype: lorna.alamri
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