All NEOISF Members,
Matt Neely is holding a lecture and lab in March on locating and securing wireless networks. In this lab participants will learn basic information about 802.11 networks, how to find wireless access points using NetStumbler and Kismet and tips on securing 802.11 network. This is a two hour class that will include both a lecture and hands-on lab.
Thanks to Baldwin-Wallace’s generous donation of this class is FREE to all NEO Info Sec Forum members!
There is a catch. Seating is limited. Only 34 slots are available so we are requiring folks to register to attend this class. Further, if you register you need to attend – please notify us in advance if you are unable to attend so we can free up that seat for someone else.
Here are the details…
Title : Using NetStumbler and Kismet to Find Wireless Network
Topic : Covered above
Date : Wednesday March 12th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Location : Baldwin-Wallace College Exact location details will be sent once registration is confirmed
Cost : FREE
Computer for Lab : All machines will be provided by Baldwin-Wallace. No need to bring your own laptop.
Technical Level : Intermediate
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Again, you MUST register to attend due to the limited seating and slots are FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. YOU MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND!
If you are interested REGISTER NOW by replying to this email with the following information. This will help us understand our audience…
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