Computing Canada “Blogged Down”—interview with Laura Chappell appearing March 10th

There's a new editorial feature, Blogged Down (BD), in Computing Canada (CC) where editor Patricia MacInnis features an upcoming interview that appears here in the Canadian IT Managers forum (CIM). Computing Canada is the oldest, and largest bi-weekly business/technology print publication with a large audience including more than 40,000 IT decision makers in medium to large enterprises.

The next interview appearing here on Friday March 10th is with Laura Chappell Founder and Senior Protocol/Security Analyst for the Protocol Analysis Institute, LLC. Laura’s many speaking engagements include Microsoft’s Technet and TechEd Conferences, and the HP Enterprise Technical Symposiums. Laura is also the founder of and Technical Advisor for, an Internet-based publishing company focused on packet-level communications and security. Laura also is the vision behind her Master Library series which encompasses books, self-study courses, video-courses and trace file interpretations. Laura has trained thousands of LAN/WAN administrators, law enforcement officers, engineers, technicians and developers worldwide. Chappell is a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and an Associate Member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) since 1989. Chappell also founded the Internet Safety for Kids program in 2005.

The first CC Blogged Down interview was with noted software architect and Microsoft MVP, Roger Sessions, that appeared here Jan 10, 2006:

The second CC Blogged Down interview that appeared Feb 7, 2006 was with Bruce Schneier, celebrated cryptologist and security authority.

Laura shares her security best practices and provides her viewpoint on security issues in the upcoming interview. Look for it here…

Thank you,
Stephen Ibaraki

Comments (1)

  1. Anonymous says:

    I have blogged about Laura’s work before. This is the third interview in the series Blogged Down with…

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