Free 1 Day Information Security Conference for Students in South Florida!

The South Florida ISSA ( is hosting a one day conference on Friday, March 9, 2012 in the Signature Grand (Ft. Lauderdale). I would like to personally invite ALL students to attend the conference for FREE. Please register here with discount code of: stilllearning Please note you will need to show a student ID at the registration desk.



The South Florida ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) will be hosting a one day conference: Taking Security Seriously?! on Friday March 9, 2012 at the Signature Grand in Ft. Lauderdale from 8am – 6pm (breakfast, snacks, lunch, and cocktail reception included). Our keynote will be by Dave Aitel on CyberWar and presentations range from managerial, legal, compliance, and technical (both offensive and defensive):


Key Note – The Three CyberWar Fallacies – Dave Aitel
Your Security Department is Not Taking Security Seriously! – Terrance “Tuna” Gareau
Managing Senior Management – Heather Hobson
Let’s change our behavior: A radical shift in IT – Moses Hernandez
Secrets in Your Pocket: Analysis of [Your] Wireless Data – Mark Wuergler
Garbage In, Garbage Out: Getting Your Security Tools the Right Data at the Right Time – Kate Brew
HELP! I am under a DDOS attack! – Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, David Fernandez, Alexander Heid
Developing and Enterprise Information Security Strategy – Timothy Phillips
Key Trends in Removable Device Security – Dave Duncan
Legal and Compliance Considerations for Safeguarding Information: A Governance Model to Plan, Execute, and Verify – Linda Clark
Business Justification for PenTesting and Vulnerability Assessments – Tyler Wrightson
Smartphone Security: State of the Hack – Michael Brown



Registration & Breakfast 7:30am 8:30am
Welcome and Key Note 8:30am 9:45am
Session 1 9:45am 10:45am
Break 10:45am 11:00am
Session 2 11:00am 12:00pm
Lunch 12:00pm 1:00pm
Vendor Talks 1:00pm 1:45pm
Session 3 1:45pm 2:45pm
Break 2:45pm 3:00pm
Session 4 3:00pm 4:00pm
Networking & Cocktail 4:00pm 6:00pm

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