Dana Epp, Microsoft Security MVP, will be presenting at this month’s Puget Sound Small Business Server User Group Meeting. If you are in the area, come join us at 6 PM in Building 43 on Microsoft’s Redmond Campus, home of the SBS Development Team!
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: Microsoft Redmond Campus, Building 43, Room 2200 15580 31st St, Redmond, WA 98052
Topic: Strong authentication for Small Business
Speaker: Dana Epp, MVP
Speaker’s Bio: Dana Epp, Scorpion Software Corp’s founder and CEO, researches software security and sets the vision in the convergence of information security principles and practices with digital information asset protection for small business. As a computer security software architect, Mr. Epp has spent the last 15 years focusing on computer programming with a particular emphasis on security engineering to offer a safer computing environment for business. His latest research has been on risk-based authentication, focusing on strong two-factor authentication for small business.
Mr. Epp has been twice awarded (1999 and 2000) the Community Spirit Award for Business in recognition of his ongoing initiatives in promoting high technology industries in his community, and won the 2001 Chamber of Commerce “Young Entrepreneur of the Year” award. In 2006 Mr. Epp has been honored with the award and distinction of “Microsoft Windows Security MVP” for his work and expertise in Windows security.
Mr. Epp is the author of “Computer Security Concepts: Managing Business Threats in a Wired World”, a book written to explain at an executive level how to handle the threats of online risk as companies move to the new digital economy, and is the author of the popular security blog “Dana Epp’s Rambling at the Sanctuary”.
If you are interested in joining the PSSBS User Group, email me at steve @ banksnw . com (remove spaces).