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Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security

eInfrastructure Security

Michael Santarcangelo

Michael Santarcangelo - Andersen Consulting

Nov 05, 1999

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Abstract

This presentation will teach participants how to develop secure infrastructures in eCommerce by discussing security impacts to business applications, Netcentric security elements, and real stories from client experience. The presentation includes a thorough discussion of risk assessment methodology.

About the Speaker

Mr. Santarcangelo is a consultant in the Security Technologies Specialty for Andersen Consulting. He has three years of experience designing and implementing integrated security solutions for fortune 100 clients. Recent projects include implementing a security solution to automate user administration and on-going management across several platforms for a large computer hardware provider, and leading a web security architecture team for a large telecommunications company. Mr. Santarcangelo has experience with several leading security software packages (including Cybercop Scanner, ISS Scanner, Axent ESM), NT management tools, and UNIX and network security issues.


Unless otherwise noted, the security seminar is held on Wednesdays at 4:30P.M. STEW G52, West Lafayette Campus. More information...

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