Monday, October 27, 2008

North San Antonio chamber to host infosecurity program

Outside of those who have worked in the cyber security industry, few of us know that San Antonio has one of the largest concentrations of industry leaders in the U.S. If you want to learn how your business can take advantage of infosecurity, plan on attending the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce's breakfast meeting, Nov. 12 at 7 a.m. at the San Antonio Petroleum Club. David Gallant, branch manager, San Antonio e-fense, will speak about cyber attacks and how to respond to them. Gallant is a former Air Force Office of Special Investigations officer who was one of the first in the military to work with technical support staff to investigate attacks against military computers. The program is ideal for legal and IT professionals as well as for anyone performing activities that have the potential to require seized digital media and
managing an Incident Response initiative.

Each attendee will receive a Helix computer incident respond CD. The cost for chamber members is $25 and $35 for non chamber members. Info: 210-344-4848 or

Note: I am a member of the North San Antonio chamber's tech council and volunteer to help publicize their events.

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