If you’re involved in corporate wireless security, you might be interested in this event. We’ve arranged for Craig Mathias, a wireless security expert, to hold a seminar for our enterprise customers on wireless security.
This is not a Sunbelt or vendor sales pitch. We’re paying for this as a complimentary service for any enterprise customers on a Sunbelt maintenance plan.
The event is on Tuesday, February 21, 2006 at 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST.
If you’re a Sunbelt enterprise customer on a maintenance plan, the event is free; non-customers pay $99 for entry.
From our hype:
Expert Webcast: Strategies for Wireless Security.
With both local-area and wide-area wireless well on their way to becoming the default connectivity for both voice and data, it’s imperative that IT managers develop effective strategies and implementations for wireless security. As it turns out, wireless security is just one aspect of a complete security solution. Join us on Tuesday, February 21st at 2:00 pm Eastern Time, as we take an insightful look at wireless security. Featured speaker will be Craig J. Mathias, the Principal of Farpoint Group.
Widely regarded as one of the foremost experts on wireless security and its mechanisms, Craig has served as a Co-Chairman at the Wireless Security Conference, serves on the Advisory Boards of major industry conferences and is an active and well-known participant in many of the forums dedicated to wireless technologies and industry news such as wireless.itworld.com.
Craig will provide a rare look into the wireless security puzzle and examine wireless LANs, look at the challenges, requirements, tools, and solutions to wireless security. He’ll go beyond the ordinary to fully examine what’s really needed at Layers 2, 3, 4, and 7 of the famous OSI model to provide unique and valuable insight.
During this webcast, you’ll learn from Craig how to:
- Understand the key elements of an overall security plan.
- Examine the security facilities inherent in Wi-Fi
- Explore higher-level security tools and techniques
- See how upper-layer tools can be applied to wireless beyond
- Gain insights into the future of wireless security
To attend, click here (note—it may say on the page that it’s a Microsoft event, but it’s not.)