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 October Meeting Details:

Date: October 23, 2014

Time: 7pm - 9pm

Where: Crosspointe

Speaker: Jerrod Frates

Presentation Title: Finding Out What's Broken: Getting the Most Value Out of Your Penetration Test

Abstract:  

 Whether you're getting a penetration test to learn what needs to be fixed or because the compliance officer said you need one, odds are you're spending a fair amount of money on it.  Getting a good result from that test involves more than just finding skilled testers.  It's a two-way process that involves knowing what questions to ask, what your limits are, and what you should have in your hand when it's all finished.

BYOB(eer)

(No food provided this month so no registration needed)

BE SURE NOT TO ENTER BY THE FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR. ENTER BY THE DOORS NEAR NAIL SALON!

 

 

Location
Crosspointe in Carrollton, TX.  See directions...
Refreshments
What would a NAISG meeting be without food? The next meeting will be provided by Crosspointe, so come early to get the best seats and options.
 
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(ISC)2 as needed.