NCET Tech Bite: Internal System’s Security – Aug 27th

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August 27, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

What is a network security breach and how to avoid it

Tony Rucci

Tony Rucci

Tony Rucci founder of /Root Technology focuses on the most overlooked aspect of a company’s operations: its security. By helping companies protect themselves from hackers and other criminal activity both internal and external to their corporate networks.

Is your network in danger? What to do if there is a security breach? How to protect your company from cyber attacks?

Tony will answer these questions and share a case study about a Credit Union in Florida whose systems had many breaches despite there being no indications of any security problems.

Learn how vulnerable networks are and how volatile attacks can be as well as the value of “Self Assessments” for internal network infrastructure.

Join us for Tech Bite on Wednesday, August 27, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.

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Wednesday,  August 27, 2014
11:30 am – 1:00 pm

  • $25 – NCET members
  • $35 – non-members

NEW!  Tables for 8 - includes premium location at front of room, table signage, and recognition from the podium during luncheon.

  • $200 – NCET members
  • $280 – non-members

NCET events have been selling out! RSVP early so you don’t miss this great event.

 Advance reservations required. RSVP by 5:00 pm on Monday, August 25.  (Sorry, walk-ins not available)

 We encourage you to pay in advance—there is a $10 service charge for payment at the door.

No-shows will be charged the full amount of the reservation unless cancelled at least 48 hours before the event.

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Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
3800 S. Virginia Street
Reno NV 89502

About Our Speaker:
With over 30 years of counterintelligence and security experience, Tony Rucci followed his dream and founded /Root Technology whose main emphasis is secure networking, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Data Center Planning, Design, and Efficiencies. Prior to starting his company Mr. Rucci was a United States Army Counterintelligence Warrant Officer/Special Agent. During the September 11 attacks he provided critical assistance in the White House.

Although Mr. Rucci retired from the U.S. Army in 2004 he continues to serve the intelligence community and national security efforts in his current capacity with /Root Technology.

Website: www.RootTechnology.net

For more information, contact NCET at (775) 453-0130 or info@NCET.org

NCET Tech Bite Sponsorship Opportunities
Luncheon Sponsorships $500 per luncheon

  • Logo and live link on four emails sent to 7,000 of Northern Nevada business, community and educational leaders.
  • Logo and live link on NCET’s Tech Bite webpage
  • Mention on NCET’s Facebook pages
  • Recognition at luncheon
  • Logo displayed in onscreen before luncheon begins
  • Opportunity to distribute literature and other handouts to attendees
  • Sponsorships include a display table and two tickets to that month’s luncheon.
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