|Date:||Tuesday, May 22, 2001|
|Time:||5:30 PM - 9:00PM, Registration is from 5:30 to 6:20 only!!!.|
|Location:||Norwalk Inn, 99 East Ave. Norwalk, CT.|
|Fee:||Members $35 a person. Non-Members Add $20.|
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Top Ten AS/400 Security Exposures....
Too many of the 'accepted practices' on the AS/400 expose our data to unnecessary risk. This popular session details the top ten system configuration and work management risks that AS/400s are exposed to and explains how to reign in the exposures. The session outlines specific "bad" security practices, and provides real world examples of how to fix them
John is the Chief Technology Officer of The PowerTech Group and lead architect of the PowerLock Network Security for AS/400 product. He is an instructor for The 400 School, the Security Editor for Midrange Computing Magazine, a frequent speaker at AS/400 industry conferences and user groups, and a two time winner of COMMON's Speaker Excellence award.
With S/38 and AS/400 experience extending back to 1980, John shares a unique depth and insight on AS/400 topics, and is especially versed in the areas of Security and System Management. His other industry activities include serving on the computer curriculum advisory board and acting as the Partner in Education sponsor for a local technical college, past president of Seattle area AS/400 User Group, and the current Security Subject Matter Expert (SME) for COMMON.