Meeting: 30.11.2016 Written by thehask on November 29, 2016

 

The Halifax Area Security Klatch

Last Meeting of 2016!

Wow gang; November already. This will be our last meeting of 2016 as we break for the holidays in December. This month our sponsor is Rogers and my good friend Robin Veinotte will be presenting on their service offering. I am looking forward to hearing how things have changed and what they have been up to since IAI was acquired by Rogers almost a year ago.

The AtlSecCon board has been meeting regularly and things are really starting to come together. The call for papers is open and the quality of some of the submitted talks is phenomenal. We are expecting to raise the bar yet again for AtlSecCon 2017.

HASK is a community driven monthly meeting that is free and always will be. If you have an idea for a presentation please let us know, we welcome contributions and look forward to hearing what you have to say. Of course these meetings could not happen without vendor sponsorship, so please take a moment to listen to their presentations and interact with their local representatives.

Thank you,

Travis and the AtlSecCon Board.

Sponsor:

Rogers

Your success is our business™
Discover new ways to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and profit from easier, more flexible ways to work.

Location:

Historic Properties
1887 Upper Water St
3rd Floor (Above Lower Deck)
Halifax, NS

Agenda:

6:00-7:00 pm Complimentary apps and drinks from our sponsor Rogers
7:00-7:45 pm Robin Veinotte – Rogers Enterprise Services
7:45-8:30 pm Malcolm MacDonald – IT Security Lessons & Opinions From the Front Line
8:30-9:00 pm AtlSecCon Updates and closing remarks

Presentations:

Sponsored:
Robin Veinotte is a Senior Manager at Rogers Atlantic and has multiple years supporting various client needs ranging from data center requirements, hosted solutions and VOIP.Rogers Enterprise service offering across Canada and in the Atlantic is a flexible portfolio including Virtual and Physical Data Centers, Private and Public Cloud, Managed tier-1 and tier-2 ICT Services as well as our new National Enterprise Voice and IoT practice. We are here to educate that there is more choice then commonly known.

Community:
Malcolm MacDonald has been doing Operations, Technical Support & InfoSec work since 1997. He has performed IT work every province & territory in Canada, except the Yukon, and also in Alaska. He is currently a Senior IT Operations Analyst at a large national company headquartered in Halifax & HAS been attending HASK meetings since 2013.IT Security Lessons & Opinions From the Front Line Perspective is a collection of stories, events and challenges that I have dealt with throughout my career in information technology.

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