Meeting Details:

September 27, 2012

New Security Threats - Troy Ligon

A new Stealth Password Cracking Vulnerability has been discovered by the experts over at AppSec, Inc. This flaw allows intruders to compromise the passwords on your Oracle database without tripping any of the traditional warning systems, such as high sqlnet.log activity or failed logins.

Come to tonight's meeting to hear Troy fill you in on the details, as well as how to protect yourself from falling victim to this exploit.

Troy Ligon is a Solutions Architect for The Nielsen Corporation as well as the long-time President of the SOUG. Troy has over 30 years experience in the IT field and has focused on Oracle systems for the past 25+ years. Over the course of his career, Troy has held positions at Fortune 500 companies, including IBM, CitiBank, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers, as well as run his own successful consulting company, catering to the Oracle needs of the Public Sector and Utility Billing markets.

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