Yep, it is that time of year. Time for a song, nog, mistletoe and presents; none of which will be at the next FVCP presetation on December 14th. Fox Valley Computing Professionals ?
But, don't fret as we will have cheer, fun and a whole lot of other stuff to go with our new location, the IIT Rice Campus in Wheaton. That's right, Wheaton. I-88 to Naperville road, a bit north to the Danada area....well, Google/Bing map it already.
6pm for networking
7pm presentations start
What presentations you ask? Dig This!Mike Creuzer
, the prolific one, will be providing two separate presentations, both overviews on common security holes for a majority of websites; Email Header Injection Attacks and SQL Injection Attacks.
We are welcoming a new speaker to the FVCP: Bill Price
His law practice, www.growthlaw.com, has helped many computer hardware and software companies cope with problem employees, protect their intellectual property, and otherwise purchase, sell, recapitalize, and operate their technology businesses. Bill will help you think through the biggest security risk your systems have -- the disgruntled insider. His talk will cover some of the legal tools you can use to protect trade secrets and either prevent or recover for damages from inappropriate disclosures, incompetent security measures, and deliberate leaks to your competition.Peter DuMelle
, of is back and talking with us about Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware tools, and good removal tools.Walter Bamert,
always a wealth-spring of great information, will be talking about encryption and disk imaging, a practice of backing up your systems completely .Greg Wixted
will be demonstrating Private Browsing, features in common browsers that allow you to keep your information private, and to yourself.
This is going to be a great night full of great information from some incredibly bright people on topics that you can not afford to miss.
on a side note...
We have been growing faster than we ever imagined, and would like to say Thank You to all of you that have taken part in this great experiment. We always look forward to emails and phone calls, ideas and suggestions and I am so grateful to all the comments that pour in at networking, programming and other events throughout the area when people come up and say hi, and how much they enjoy the FVCP.
We have a great mix of people, from programmers to artists, marketers to business owners, lawyers to manufacturing, and we want to you to leverage what we are attempting to build. It is this variety that makes us strong.
Thank you, and have a great holiday season!
See you December 14th!!!!