Upcoming May Events – Password Stealing; Windows Deployment

Pacific IT Professionals May Meeting – On May 8th This Month!
Date/Time: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 – 6:30pm
Topic: Sam Bowne – CCSF Professor and CISSP will be presenting on Stealing Passwords Remotely & Malware Analysis. Join us to hear Sam talk about Stealing Passwords Remotely & Malware Analysis – it should be a great technical security discussion meeting where you can ask questions and hear some interesting things about Malware and password security.

Please remember to RSVP if you’ll be attending.

Also a few upcoming events from Microsoft –

TechNet Webcast: Everything You Wanted to Know and Ask about Windows Deployment (Part 1)
Registration URL:  http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9807963  or  http://bit.ly/JLTQLM
Date/ Time: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 – 9-10am (Pacific)
Abstract: In this demonstration-rich, question and answer webcast, Windows Product Manager Stephen Rose moderates an open conversation with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Product Manager Michael Niehaus and deployment guru Johan Arwidmark. They discuss the new Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 release as well as tips and tricks from the experts about using the Windows Deployment Toolkit.

TechNet Webcast: Everything You Wanted to Know and Ask about Windows Deployment (Part 2)
Registration URL:  http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9807964   or  http://bit.ly/Kgny8y
Date/ Time: Thursday, May 17, 2012  – 9-10am (Pacific)
Abstract: In this demonstration-rich, question and answer webcast, Windows Product Manager Stephen Rose moderates an open conversation with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Product Manager Michael Niehaus and deployment guru Johan Arwidmark. They discuss the new Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 release as well as tips and tricks from the experts about using the Windows Deployment Toolkit.

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