Monday, January 4, 2010

IsleSec every third Wednesday of the month

After our (first) meeting last month, Matt Johansen and myself have decided to give IsleSec a continuation.

IsleSec builds on the tradition of popular CitySec meetings, such as NYSEC, BeanSec, etc. and it provides an informal place for people to hang out, have a bite, drink beer (or something else), and chat about security-related issues.

We invite everyone with an interest in information security, ranging from techies to security executives to join us. Yes, even security auditors are welcome ;) Vendors can come too, but please do not use the meet-up as a place to sell your wares. If you want to car pool, or take the train out to the meeting with company, please drop a note on our general access email group.

IsleSec meetings will be held every third Wednesday of the month in Croxley's Ale House in Farmingdale, NY. Croxley's is located next to the train station and is easily reachable by car from Nassau and Suffolk.

This month's meeting will be on January 20, 2010. The meetings typically start when the first person shows up (somewhere between 6pm and 7pm) and continue until the last person leaves (somewhere between 10pm and 11pm). Sponsors are more than welcome to contact me to arrange how to give us free beer.



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