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In computing terms, an advanced persistent threat (APT) is an attack that breaks into your network and hides while it harvests valuable information over the long term. We are excited to host Joe Wilson, Assistant Professor at the University of Florida's Computer & Information Science & Engineering Department, to present "Resisting the Advanced Persistent Threat." Joe will discuss how the advanced persistent threat depends on well-understood coding errors and how tools such as CERT secure coding standards, static and dynamic analysis tools, CS education, and the SIT.
Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Venue: UF Hilton, 34th Street, Gainesville
Time: 5:15PM - 6:15PM registration and networking.
Cost: Free for chapter members, $5.00 for guests (cash or checks only please)
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AITP is the Association of Information Technology Professionals, a national organization established in 1951 and dedicated to ethics and professionalism in the field of information technology. Your local North Central Florida Chapter 298 hosts dinner presentations to educate, inform, and entertain our members and guests. For complete information, see attachment or if you are unable to open, please go to our Web site at www.aitp-ncfl.org.