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How to Secure an Enterprise Wireless Network (presented by Cisco)

  • 23 May 2019
  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • Little Italy

Members! After the great success of our first collaborative Lunch 'n' Learn with Wiesbaden AFCEA, it's time for the encore! Join us Thursday, 23 May, to hear from Cisco about securing enterprise wireless networks. Let's pack Little Italy and enjoy some good tech talk, good food, and good fellowship.


IMPORTANT: We are handling RSVPs through AFCEA's link for this event. PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO RSVP: https://survey.sogosurvey.com/r/GMiTh4

You will receive follow-up reminders for this event at T-4 days and T-1 day, as well.


What You'll Learn

This session will cover some of the major threats associated with wireless
networks and the tools we have to mitigate and prevent them, such as rogue
AP detection, wIPS and spectrum intelligence.  We will also take a look at
the principles of secured wireless networks (encryption, 802.1X, guest
access, etc.) and will dive into the latest identity services available to
address different kinds of devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc.) and
users (employees, guests, contractors, etc.).

About the presenter:

Tom McMillon has been a Senior Systems Engineer at Cisco Systems for over 15
years, and maintains active CCNP-level certifications in Routing and
Switching, Security, Wireless, Data Center, Collaboration, and Network
Design.  Tom has been based in Mannheim, Germany for over 11 years
supporting a wide range of US Military and Coalition partners throughout
Europe and Africa.  Prior to his work at Cisco, Tom served in the US Navy an
Electronics Technician on Ohio-class Ballistic Submarines.  Tom’s
educational background includes a B.S. in Telecommunications Engineering
Technology from Texas A&M University.   Tom is passionate about supporting
his customers solve complicated problems by using a wide range of
cutting-edge technologies.

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