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Maine Technology Users Group | BDN
Maine Technology Users Group | BDN

Join the Maine Technology Users Group for our last security webinar of CyberSecurity Month, “Webinar #2: Enterprise Security Awareness” this coming Wednesday!

WHEN: Wed., Oct. 26th, 2016 11:00am to Noon.

WHERE: Online at http://mtug.webex.com.

SPEAKER(S): Joe Johnston, InfoSec Analyst and Kevin Calderwood, Director IT Security, both from ON Semiconductor (formerly Fairchild Semiconductor), and Daniel Sheldon, Solutions Architect/Networking, of Rolta Advizex.

TOPIC: I.T. Security Awareness and Best Practices in the Enterprise.

Joe and Kevin will present the five steps they follow for implementing a security awareness program. Daniel will speak on Adaptive Security at the network edge and the need to gain visibility from the internet, data center, and network edge. (Updated info at the event page here: http://www.mtug.org/event-detail/23/78-WEBINAR-2-Enterprise-Security-Awareness).

REGISTER ONLINE: http://mtug.webex.com.

MTUG thanks our volunteer boardmember-coordinators who worked on bringing this event together: Uli Stewart of Vantage Point Recruiting, Kevin Heatley of Gorham Savings Bank, and Austin Brower of FairPoint Communications.

All MTUG webinars are posted online in MTUG’s Library. MTUG’s 2016-17 Season runs from September through April with our Annual Summit in late May. Discussion topic ideas are always accepted via the contact form on the MTUG website.

The Maine Technology Users Group, founded in 1987, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing IT professionals and enthusiasts together to share real technology experiences to the benefit of Maine businesses and communities. For more information about the organization and its activities and resources, contact Kate Carpenter through MTUG’s “Contact Us” page at www.mtug.org or by calling 207-370-5327.