NOTICE: All attendees who have successfully RSVP'd by 21-FEB-2002 02:00 should have already received an "RSVP-ACK" EMail. If you did NOT receive this email, you are probably NOT registered and you won't be able to get past security. RSVP deadline was 20-FEB-2002 08:00AM. There were a bunch of people who registered AFTER the deadline. Those names were sent into Enterasys and should all have been submitted to building security.
Marlene Sorvillo (receptionist) will be in the in the lobby until 6:30pm to catch anyone who may not be on the list. If you did NOT receive an RSVP-ACK, you should try to meet Marlene BEFORE 6:30pm, but there still are no guarantees.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: --------------------- * IN ORDER TO PASS THROUGH SECURITY, WE NEED YOU TO RSVP * PRIOR TO THURSDAY, SO WE CAN GET YOUR NAME ON THE ATTENDEE LIST. * ADVANCE REGISTRATION AND PHOTO ID ARE REQUIRED! -- RSVP DEADLINE IS 20-FEB-2002 08:00AM -- -- YOU WILL RECEIVE AN RSVP ACK MESSAGE WHEN YOU ARE REGISTERED -- Please RSVP if you know you are attending or if you think you may be attending. This will help us arrange for a letter to security for all of Unigroup. It will also help us to determine the correct amount of food and refreshments. To REGISTER for this event, please RSVP by: a) If at all possible, please use the Unigroup Registration Page. This will allow us to have some automation in the registration process. b) If you really must EMail us, send an EMail containing the FIRST and LAST NAMEs of the persons attending to the Unigroup RSVP Address: unigroup-rsvp
@unigroup.org The EMail subject should start with "RSVP". You may optionally include your contact phone number (that day) or other current information. Sample EMail: RSVP LastName FirstName email@example.com 000-000-0000 Please continue to check the Unigroup web site: http://www.unigroup.org for any last minute updates concerning this meeting. Please check your email for any last minute announcements prior to the meeting. Note that only the Attendee First and Last Names will be provided to Security.
Description of Talk:
1. Enterasys http://www.enterasys.com 2. Security of the WEP Algorithm http://www.isaac.cs.berkeley.edu/isaac/wep-faq.html 3. Security Analysis of IEEE 802.1X http://www.cs.umd.edu/~waa/1x.pdf
O'Reilly has provided us with a bunch of giveaways, including some of their Linux and Wireless books as well as O'Reilly Catalogs and User Group Discount Fliers.
Food Service at this meeting will be provided by Enterasys Networks. So far, the menu is tuna, egg salad, vegetable tuna, rolls, bagels, possibly a pasta dish and tossed salad.
Mass Transit is highly recommended, take buses or subways to get to 1 Penn Plaza. There is a parking garage under 1 Penn Plaza. There is NO parking on the street.
Andrew Raver has 13 years in the IT industry, working for Govt., Banking, Financial and IT Consulting companies. During his career, Andrew served as VAX Systems Manager, IT Manager, Network Admin and IT Consultant. He is currently employed at Enterasys Networks, where he is a part of the Systems Engineering Group that serves customers and VAR/Partners.
Dang Nguyen has 5 1/2 years experience in the Air Force as a Maintenance Officer and also Emergency Actions Officer which included specialization in communications and networking. 4 years directly dealing with IT to include focuses in WAN to include, Frame Relay, Private Lines (Point to Point and Internet Access), Managed Services and Managed VPNs. LAN experience includes Enterasys Switching, Routing, VPN, Wireless and Security Products as a Systems Engineer dealing with Educational, Commercial, Medical and Manufacturing customers.
Enterasys Networks, Inc. designs, develops, markets and supports comprehensive network communications solutions for enterprises. Enterasys' hardware, software and service offerings to enterprises enable secure, available, mobile and easily managed connections between employees, customers, suppliers and business partners and the information, applications and services they need to access. Enterasys solutions create a foundation that allows enterprises to use internal networks and the Internet to increase productivity, reduce operating costs and facilitate the exchange of information. In August 2001, the Company changed its name from Cabletron Systems.
Complimentary Food and Refreshments will be served.
Please join us for this meeting, you won't want to miss it!