So Jamie Sharp (our resident security boffin) has been bugging me all day to blog about the upcoming Melbourne Security Interchange - which I am more then happy to do as it's a great idea.

One question though: Why do security guys always write on their arms (see marketing image left) ... I thought this would be the ultimate data security anti-pattern?

Anyhow:

You are invited to attend the inaugural Melbourne Security Interchange.

The Security Interchange is a community driven event that promotes peer networking, panel discussions and interaction with security experts. The aim of the Security Interchange is to run a monthly event delivering technical sessions focused on the latest Information Security topics. Put your hand up and get answers to your questions, mix with your peers and tap into key security insights.

The event will be held at the Microsoft Southbank office on the 16th April from 5:30-7:30pm.

This month’s topic ‘Taking the Religion out of Information Security Vulnerabilities’ presented by Jeff Jones, Security Strategy Director, Microsoft Corporation. http://blogs.technet.com/security

Details
Monday 16th April 5:30-7:30pm
Microsoft
Level 5, 4 Freshwater Place
Southbank VIC 3006
Drinks and pizza will be provided so please RSVP jamiesh at microsoft com if you wish to attend.