“Cyber Hygiene for Individuals and Small Businesses”
CISC and the University of Tennessee's Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy have partnered together to hold monthly brown bag lunches to hear talks on key topics regarding cybersecurity. Mark your calendars for...
Speaker: Scott Partelow, Managing Consultant for Enterprise Solutions at Sword & Shield Enterprise Security.
When: Monday, April 10, 2017 from 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Where: UT Outreach Center, Oak Ridge. (1201 Oak Ridge Turnpike, entrance facing Applebee’s, closest to the Quality Inn. For a detailed map click here).
Who: These meetings are free and open to the public. Reservations are not required.
Description: Scott will speak about Cyber Hygiene. This presentation will cover multiple timely security risks that we face both in our private lives as well as in our businesses. Recognizing these risks so that we as individuals can fend off those that would steal information is the key focus.
About the Speaker: As Managing Consultant for Enterprise Solutions at Sword & Shield Enterprise Security, Scott focuses on analysis and auditing customer security policies/procedures and overall IT security posture. This includes working with customers who need to validate their current solutions, as well as customers who need start at the beginning with designing the overall company’s security direction.
Scott has held multiple certifications over the years like CCNA, CNE and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. He is skilled in LAN and WAN technologies, including routers, switches, networking protocols, servers, wireless solutions and firewalls. Previously, he was the North American IT manager for a large plastics manufacturer, an IT consultant, and performed IT design and presales support for a systems integrator. Scott has two degrees from the University of Tennessee, one in Computer Science and one in Mathematics.