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Web Certifications: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Steve Lodin - Ernst & Young Information Security Services

Mar 27, 1998

Abstract

Trust and assurance is often sought after, especially in the business world. The rise of the Web and its use in business-to-business and business-to-consumer applications has increased the need for trust and assurance of web sites and their associated processes. We will examine the need for trust, trust and assurance methods, and potential solutions.

About the Speaker

Steve Lodin is currently working in the Indianapolis office of Ernst & Young LLP as an Information Security Services Manager providing information security consulting services including Internet Firewall Penetration Testing. Prior to E&Y, Steve worked at General Motors for 9 years in system and network administration and information security. Steve was awarded a GM Fellowship and recently received a M.S. in Computer Sciences from Purdue University where he was a member of the COAST (Computer Operations, Audit and Security Technology) Project.

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