Lessons Learned From the Retrocomputing Community
Mitchell Parker - IU Health
Feb 21, 2018Size: 196.6MB
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AbstractThe purpose of this presentation is to show that successful retrocomputing projects and groups which currently exist follow patterns we can use to help low-resource and industrial organizations that need to secure their devices. Can retrocomputing breathe new life into older technology to help secure the enterprise?
About the SpeakerMitchell Parker, CISSP, is the Executive Director, Information Security and Compliance, at IU Health in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mitch is currently working on redeveloping the Information Security program at IU Health, and regularly works with multiple non-technology stakeholders to improve it. He also speaks regularly at multiple conferences and workshops, including HIMSS, IEEE TechIgnite, and Internet of Medical Things. Mitch has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Bloomsburg University, a MS in Information Technology Leadership from LaSalle University, and his MBA from Temple University.
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