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Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security

Windows 98 and Windows NT Security

Chuck Dircks

Chuck Dircks - Pinnacle Technology

Feb 12, 1999

Abstract

Setting up security in a Windows environment is a challenge with Windows NT and a retrofit with Windows 95/98. The attendee will be provided a quick and simple overview of the security components of 98/95/NT. Then they will be introduced to a new tool that puts an NT front end on Windows 95/98 and how it can set varying and dynamic security pollicies from small files on the network during the logon process. Fingerprint Biometrics and Smart Card devices will also be attached to this specialized front end tool that will enable Windows NT and Windows 95/98 logons over a network without passwords.

About the Speaker

Charles Dircks is the Founder and Chairman of Pinnacle Technology. Over the last six years Pinnacle has become one of the country's leading Security Software Development companies specializing in distributed secure desktop configurations which span multiple client and network operating systems. Charles spent over 12 years some of the cornerstone programs that make up American Airline's SABER system before he founded Pinnacle.

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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