Attention Michigan: Come out and see me, and let’s talk about Security!

Good afternoon Grand Rapids and Detroit (actually Livonia)!  I am coming back to town the week of May 15th to talk about security!  It has been almost a year since I have visited the Michigan area and I am looking forward to coming back to town.
For more information on the events click here:


We are going to have some fun and talk about the following topics:

  • Implementing Security for Wireless Networks
    Wireless security. Does that sound like an oxymoron? Hey who are you calling an Ox?  J  We are going to talk about how to implement a secure WLAN using password authentication and how to configure your wireless network and secure your wireless clients. Don't let your company's data leave the building via thin air!
  • Responding to Computer Attacks
    "I think we've been hacked. Call the boss." What now? Join us as we discuss the most common types of security incidents and how to manage them. We are going to talk about how to detect and trace network intrusions and apply communication channels that will help you gain valuable information about the attacks.
  • What's Next for Microsoft Security?
    Windows Vista will launch in less than a year and you and your boss are wondering about its new security features. Perhaps you've also heard the buzz about products such as Client Protection and the fight against spy-ware with Windows Defender. Well, get your questions ready.   We are going to spend a few minutes talking about the future.

So come out and see me the week of May 15, I will be in Grand Rapids, on Tuesday, 16th and in Livonia (a suburb of Detroit) on Thursday, 18th. 


To register and learn more about the event click here:

Comments (2)
  1. Anonymous says:

    If my schedule allows, which I hope it does, I’ll be down there to see the demonstrations. It looks like they will be talking about wireless security, network intrusions, and Vista. Since I plan on putting out 802.11x authentication when we move into

  2. Matt Hester says:

    Fantastic, I will look forward to seeing you Aaron!  Thanks for posting this on your blog!

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