There Still Is No Free Lunch
On September 18, 2002, Paul Graves of Interhack will deliver his lecture entitled, "There Still Is No Free Lunch" for the Columbus Computer Society. This is the same presentation that was so well-received by the Licking County Computer Society, being delivered in Columbus.
The discussion will include highlights:
- Risks of Internet computing
- How users can take the upper-hand
- What responsibilities empowered users shoulder
- Spending time vs. spending money to solve problems
For more information, please contact the Columbus Computer Society, on the Web at http://www.ccscmh.org/.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, Interhack (http://web.interhack.com) is a firm dedicated to computer trustworthiness, engaged in research, development, and consulting for clients all over North America. Interhack's services offerings include privacy and security assessments, development services, and forensic analysis.
About the Columbus Computer Society
The Columbus Computer Society (http://www.ccscmh.org/) was founded for the purpose of formal and informal education, and to provide an opportunity for computer users to exchange ideas and experiences.