950 Mason St.
San Francisco, California

KIS, a leading professional network integration firm, would like to invite you to attend an information security seminar discussing the latest information security trends, risks and threats as well as the best defense techniques for the new decade.

Virtualization, cloud computing, social networking, cyber workplaces; these mechanisms present a new and effective way of doing business, but not without a cost. The new decade thus far has seen major information security crimes committed against such hallowed institutions as Google, American Express, Chase and Citibank to name a few.

This is timely evidence that no business is sacred or untouchable. The truth is, size does not matter. If your company is connected to the internet and has computing resources, it is a potential target for crime and fraud. It is not enough for businesses to simply have awareness of security events. They must be able to anticipate the thought process of the criminal mind in order to effectively protect their interests.
In this workshop, the following topics and defense strategies will be covered:

The new techniques of financial fraud

The dangers of social networking to enterprise networks

How to recognize dangerous events before they manifest into
quantifiable loss

Open Q&A

*** Recommended Audience: Network Admin, IT Managers, MIS Directors, CIO's, CTO's, Small Business Owners *** No Consultants Please.


The Speaker, Anthony P. Castillo, has spoken at many standing room only conferences over the past 8 years in the San Francisco Bay Area, and sinceseating is limited to the first 100 attendees, you must RSVP by email to Sonia Winland at [email protected] or by phone at (510) 933-1900. Please RSVP no later than Wednesday, March 10, 2010 to reserve your place. For additional information visit KIS on the web at www.kiscc.com.
About the Speaker Anthony P. Castillo, CCIE, CISA, CISSP

Anthony P. Castillo currently holds the position of Chief Executive Officer and Chief Scientist of USDN Inc. a premier information technology infrastructure security solutions provider, which he founded in 1987. The company is industry-independent with clients ranging from mid-size businesses to national defense contractors, large financial institutions and major utility companies.

Mr. Castillo regularly advises the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Energy as well as international government entities. Notably, he has trained the FBI in identity theft protection and digital fraud detection techniques and has been the recipient of multiple commendations from the FBI for his contributions. Mr. Castillo is frequently invited by Fortune 500 companies and prominent international organizations to speak on topics of technological financial fraud and network security.

Official Website: http://usdnsanfrancisco.eventbrite.com/

Added by Sunnnee on February 14, 2010