Free Event: Protecting Your Clients’ “PII” (Personally Identifiable Information)

A FREE event you don’t want to miss!If you have customers, you probably have personally identifiable information (PII) in your computer systems. Learn how to ensure your computers, network and emails keep this information secure.
Speaker:
Paul Parisi, President and Founder, SaviorLabs
Enterprise Center at Salem State University
121 Loring Ave | Salem, MA 01970
December 12 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am
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Podcast:
Architecture: The Dos and Don’ts of Designing

On the Edge of Innovation, we are talking with Benjamin Nutter from Benjamin Nutter Architects, an architectural firm based in Topsfield, Massachusetts. He’s sharing the dos and don’t of designing as well as some advice for aspiring architects.

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Business Spotlight:
Meet The District Management Group

The District Management Group is a not-for-profit education consulting company who works with school districts to improve education management. The primary purpose of their website is to inform potential customers of the services they provide and to provide a clear means of contacting them from anywhere on the website. A second goal of the website is to host resources that are referenced at various presentations and conferences they attend.

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Tech Perspective:
The End of the World Happened and Nobody Noticed

By Paul Parisi, President & Founder

Or how the demise of Wi-Fi security will affect our lives, businesses and data!

Late last month while we were going about our normal routines, the world, as we knew it, was completely destroyed and recreated as an exact replica. Well, almost exact. One teensy weensy bit is just a little different. “What?” you ask? All the Wi-Fi security in the world is broken. A group of researchers discovered that it is relatively simple to completely bypass WPA wireless security and encryption (see https://www.krackattacks.com/). They have named this exploit “KRACK” which stands for Key Reinstallation Attacks. So what does this mean to me and you?

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