Microsoft is offering a free 3 hour security briefing on Wednesday
October 30th, from 8:30-11:30, in the Fluno Center Auditorium at 601
University Avenue. Preregistration is required; as of last week there
were still scores of seats available.
The topics were chosen with guidance from the UW-Madison NT
administrators, and will include:
Hardening Windows 2000 from security standpoint
Comparison of Windows XP and Windows 2000 security issues
security challenges posed by heterogeneous operating systems
Demonstrating IP packet filtering under Windows 2000
The presenter will be Barbara Chung; a member of Microsoft's National
Technology Team. Her focus since 1998 has been Windows infrastructure,
including network, directory services and security. Her background
includes many years as an independent consultant in New York City
working primarily in the legal industry. Barbara holds a CISSP
certification (Certified Information Systems Security Professional).
You can register for this class, either on-line at:
or by phoning (877) 673-8368. The event ID is 1032224128.
This is sponsored by the Wisconsin Integrated Software Catalog (WISC)
and Badger Incident Response Team (BadgIRT).
If you have any questions, please contact Kolleen Apelgren
-- James E. Leinweber, BadgIRT volunteer
Information Systems - State Laboratory of Hygiene - University of Wisconsin
<jiml@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 465 Henry Mall, Madison WI 53706, US; +1 608 262 0736
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