[Novalug] WAS "Re: bots / linux" NOW NOVALUG TOPICS
Keith R. Bennett
kbennett at bbsinc.biz
Wed Dec 3 17:11:54 EST 2008
That would be awesome. I'm not qualified to present on these
subjects, but as co-organizer of the Ruby DCamp conference in
Arlington this past October, I have some experience with event
management and would be willing to help out. Do you already have a
venue in mind? If we can keep the number at or below about 70, I
might be able to find a free place. If it's 40 or below, we could
possibly use the upper level room at Duangrat Thai restaurant in Falls
Church, though we'd have to pay more than $15 per head. I guess you
guys have a meeting place too -- I haven't been to a Novalug meeting
in a long time.
Keith R. Bennett
Senior Software Consultant
Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/keithrbennett
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On Dec 3, 2008, at 5:02 PM, Jay Hart wrote:
> Seems to me that Charlie's inquiry has opened up a can of worms.
> So, lets try to answer his question through education.
> 1. Presentation needed on botnets/owned PCs.
> Topic should cover what a botnet is, how they work, how you get
> Also included should be tools to detect/prevent/report activity
> 2. Presentation needed on detection tools
> What tools exist, what they do, what tasks/areas they cover, etc
> Included is how to do a basic install and configuration for each
> 3. Presentation needed on real-time preventation and reporting
> Topic to include how to monitor and maybe setup a monitoring PC,
> or webpage
> So either three straight months of these presentations
> A full day (6-8 hours) symposium (My vote) We could charge like
> $15 to
> include food, drinks, etc. Speakers eat free. (I've got my $15 set
> aside now)
> Any volunteers???? I could put something together for Presentation
> #1 above.
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