Security SIG: Securing Wireless WANs, LANs and PANs
The SDForum Wireless and Security SIGs co-present:
Kim Getget from RSA Security on how to secure wireless Internet, Wireless LANs and Bluetooth networks.
Kim Getgen, Product Marketing Manager - RSA Security
Securing Wireless WANs, LANs and PANs
What security vulnerabilities exist in a WLAN (wireless local area network)?
What do WLAN vendors need to do to secure WLAN equipment?
What is the status of WEP (wireless encryption protocol)?
What questions should enterprise customers ask of WLAN vendors?
How is the Wireless Internet being secured?
WAP (wireless application protocol)- what went wrong?
Is Bluetooth for real?
What security applications are going to be mission-critical over bluetooth networks?
PLUS: Cool RSA give-a-ways, so bring your business card to enter the drawing!!!
JUST ADDED - The US Premier of The TIQIT eightythree Computer
You've seen it on Slashdot, and Two Mobile now see it for the very first time at SDForum!
A Pint-Sized PC That Runs WIN XP or Linux
The Tiqit eightythree, the first computer you can use while walking that combines the portability of a handheld with the functionality and software compatibility of a Windows/Linux/UNIX PC, will have one of it's first US demos at The Software Development Forum Security and Wireless Special Interest Group (SIG). Previously considered impossible to engineer, let alone mass-produce, the Tiqit eightythree is not a concept product. Instead, Tiqit has built a fully functioning x86 handheld device, designed specifically for enterprise use and immediate production.
The Tiqit eightythree will be presented by Ian Blasch, CEO of Tiqit Computers. Ian served as an officer in the US Air Force, led engineering teams that developed leading edge technologies in the fields of ballistic missile countermeasure design and air traffic control, graduated from MIT with a BSME, holds an MBA/MSE from Stanford University, and an MSME from Cranfield University (Marshall Scholar).
About the Presenter
Ms. Getgen is pivotal in driving RSA Security's Wireless Portfolio, taking a solutions-based approach comprising RSA Security products that secure wireless data communications. She frequently writes articles on security and has a column on wireless security at IBM Developer Works. Prior to joining RSA Security, Ms. Getgen worked in the Professional Services organization within Compaq Computer, Corporate where she established her career in security consulting and business development roles. Ms. Getgen earned her B.A. from Wake Forest University and her M.Phil at Oxford University in the United Kingdom. She is based in San Mateo, California.
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