Security focused MSDN & TechNet Events coming to Burlington Feb 26th

According to Chris Bowen’s blog, there will be a TechNet and MSDN event in Burlington on February 26th.

The afternoon MSDN event will be two sessions covering:

MSDN:  “Explore IIS7, ASP.NET and Tackle Web Security

Check out the latest coding solutions with like-minded developers at MSDN Events. Witness the evolution of IIS and see why IIS7 is our most extensible, manageable and secure Web platform on record. You’ll learn how to extend application services – including membership, role management and navigation – from ASP.NET and how to consume them from a wide variety of clients. As a special bonus, we’re also tackling the biggest security risks and clueing you in to the top counter measures available for Websites and Web applications of all kinds. Don’t miss these free, live sessions that are really on your wavelength.

Register for the MSDN event at www.msdnevents.com

 

The morning TechNet event is also about security:

 

TechNet:  “Secure Your Critical Data

Step up and save the day with hot new solutions from TechNet Events. Make sure your company’s private information is fully secured – even if it falls into the wrong hands – with Windows BitLocker disk encryption technology in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. You’ll also learn how the new Network Policy Server Role in Windows Server 2008 enables powerful functionality in the form of Network Access Protection. Now you control who can access your network – whether wireless or wired. Sign up now for these free, live sessions in your local area.

Register for the TechNet event at www.technetevents.com

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