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Tuesday
Apr 5th, 2011
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bonham B/Third Level
Central Time
Session Type: Advanced Technology
The growing number of public-facing university systems also leads to increased risk of potential disclosure of sensitive information. This session will explore pragmatic, technical approaches security staff can implement to improve detection, collection, and reporting of sensitive data and systems using free or low-cost yet powerful tools such as SHODAN, the Google Hacking Database, and FOCA. We'll cover custom tools and "starter code" for automation and will allow ample time for Q&A and discussion.
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#sec11_sess15 interactive polling in this session. go to poll4.com

Looking forward to learning about free and low cost tools for controlling information exposure risk at Educause SPC #SEC11_SESS15


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#sec11_sess15 interactive polling in this session. go to poll4.com

Looking forward to learning about free and low cost tools for controlling information exposure risk at Educause SPC #SEC11_SESS15

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