Certified Wireless Network Expert To Present At Next Generation Security Conference
Durham, NC – CWNP, LLC (Certified Wireless Network Professional) has announced that Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE®) Alistair Meakin will speak at the 3rd annual Next Generation Security Conference (NGSec) at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw, Poland held Wednesday, June 11 through Thursday, June 12. Meakin’s presentation will be on designing and maintaining an effective Wi-Fi security policy.
At NGSec 2014, participants from around the world select either the business or technical path and attend various presentations related to network security. Topics this year will include privacy protection, cybercrime, challenges in IPV6 implementation, ransomware, malware for mobile devices, legal regulations, and more.
In his lecture, Meakin will examine current Wi-Fi threats and their significance in relation to the wider IT security landscape. Examples of current Wi-Fi attacks will be presented along with their associated threats. Meakin will explain how to achieve the numerous benefits of Wi-Fi through good policy design, while at the same time mitigating risks to key assets. He will outline how detailed knowledge is required to underpin the formation of any effective Wi-Fi security policy and how the CWNP certification program delivers this in a professional and systematic manner.
Meakin has been a director of MarQuest Limited, a company specializing in Wi-Fi systems and infrastructure support, for more than 20 years. He holds a doctorate degree in electronic engineering from the University of Hull and is currently completing a master’s degree in software and systems security at the University of Oxford. Holding the prestigious CWNE certification, which has been recognized as one of the 10 most difficult designations to obtain in the IT industry, Meakin has regularly acted in a consultancy role to major companies and government organizations. He resides in Beverley, England with his wife and two children.
“I am honored and excited to present at the Next Generation Security conference in June,” said Meakin. “This conference is a wonderful opportunity for thought leaders in Wi-Fi security from around the world to come together to discuss current issues and consider potential solutions. I greatly look forward to having lively conversations with my fellow speakers and attendees.”
For more information visit ngsecurityeu.com.