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WiFiJedi to Speak at 6/2 Webinar

I try to advertise my speaking engagements so that if you are in the area, you can stop by and introduce yourself.  I love meeting others that share my passion for wireless networking and security.  However, one complaint that I hear is “you never give a presentation near where I live”.

Well, here is your opportunity.  This Wednesday, June 2nd, I am giving an online presentation.  It is a webinar  in conjunction with TribalNet and goes live at 2pmEST/11amPST.  TribalNet is an industry resource for technology professionals in the Native American industry. I will be presenting “Designing for 802.11n Wi-Fi Deployments”. You don’t need to be a member to join the webinar – the link to register is below.

Link to pre-register:

I hope that I will “see” many of you online this Wednesday!


Speaking Engagement – Webinar on 1/26 at 9AM PST

OK, I promised to give more notice on future speaking engagements.  I am giving a Webinar on “Wireless Security Assessments” on Monday, 1/26 at 9AM PST.

Below is information about the presentation, including the link to attend along with a session description.

Webcast Live Date & Time: 9:00am JAN 26 2009 United States – Los Angeles

Duration: 45 mins

Session Description – Wireless Security Assessments

Our speaker, Douglas Haider, will be presenting on the unique challenges inherent to assessing and securing wireless networks. With the recent reduction in costs of wireless equipment, it has become increasingly common for companies to implement wireless technology.  Companies may desire the convenience that wireless technologies provide, but may not appreciate the security risks inherent to these systems.  Adding wireless equipment to the corporate network adds a significant amount of additional risk to the I.T. infrastructure.  Mr. Haider will cover some of the key tools and methodologies for identifying and mitigating these risks.