December 2019 – Wireless Intrusion Detection

We spend a lot of time discussing the on-line portion of InfoSec: application vulnerabilities, buffer overflows, log review, and network traffic analysis. But physical security remains an important part of an organization’s plan for dealing with threats. Environments that house particularly sensitive data may need to track or detect wireless devices for inventory tracking and secure area sanitization.

Dave Boulos of Sengex will join us on December 12th, 5:30pm, to present on Wireless Intrusion Detection including capabilities of current technologies. Drawing on  his experience with the Inpixon Indoor Positioning Analytics system, he will show how the system continuously monitors for all wireless devices and their movements including phones, smart watches, computers, printers, Internet of Things devices, beacons and more and determines capabilities according to the situation through a network of RF sensors that detect and locate cellular and Wi-Fi endpoints. The sensors locate cell and smart phones prior to or during an active call, and can simultaneously detect all 802.11x and Bluetooth activity within an enterprise.
Come out to ECPI University and join us for this free meeting! Stay afterwards to network with area InfoSec peers – make new connections and swap stories. Hope to see you there!
Event Details
topic icon Wireless Intrusion Detection
calendar icon December 12th, 2019 @ 5:30pm
location icon ECPI University – 5234 Airport Rd NW #200, Roanoke, VA 24012

Presenter Bio:

David Boulos has over 25+ years of experience in Product Management, Product Marketing and Technical Services Management in data networking, data security, IT infrastructure, and telecommunications. Prior to Sengex, Dave has held executive positions in Marketing, Engineering, Sales, and Support in organizations that include: ILS Technology, ComBrio, Telco Systems, and Process Control Industries. Dave Holds degrees in Electrical Engineering, Business Management, Data Communications, and Telecommunications from Northeastern University.