The American Society of

            Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

            For Digital Evidence Experts™

Atlanta Chapter Meeting - March

  • Wednesday, March 20, 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • AIU Campus, Atlanta, GA


Registration is closed

The Atlanta ASDFED Chapter would like to invite you to attend their upcoming meeting.  The meetings are open to the general public.

Topic:  Protect Yourself!

An overview of the IT security landscape,  based on a landmark paper by Noam Eppel written nearly a decade ago, attempts to determine whether things are getting better or worse, and what evidence we have to make some useful decisions on these issues.  A variety of attack and security exploits highlight both the complexity and the severity of the problem, along with the difficulties inherent in developing effective countermeasures.

Speaker:  John Howard Oxley

John Howard Oxley is a Canadian by birth, from Halifax, Nova Scotia.  His undergraduate major was Philosophy, and he holds graduate degrees in Library Service and Information Technology Education.  He is also certified with a variety of network, operating system, database, IT, and security certifications.

 As an observer of the IT security scene for the past decade-and-a-half, John Howard Oxley has accumulated a store of information relating to this topic, which he has relayed to his students at the undergraduate and graduate university level.  If there is one thing of which he is convinced it is the truth that security is so complex and developmentally volatile that the subject requires constant and unremitting study.

 Beside his security interests, John Howard Oxley reads extensively about military/naval history and science fiction, is an active computer hobbyist, and enjoys board simulation wargames, good cigars and brandy, and driving his car as fast as he can as often as he can.

Location:  AIU Campus, Atlanta, GA


    * From GA-400 N
    * Take exit 5A toward Dunwoody (0.3 mile)
    * Merge onto Abernathy Rd NE     (0.2 miles)
    * Turn left at Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE,
    * Destination will be on the left        (0.7 miles)

Take the second entrance to Embassy Row (the guard house is at the first entrance, continue past and take the next Left.

The parking garage is directly in front of you as you enter and the University (building 500) is immediately to your left. You can park in the parking lot or the parking garage.

When coming into the campus building, please identify yourself to security as attending the ASDFED meeting.

Attendees are encouraged to network at lunch at a local restaurant following the meeting.


The American Society of

     Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc™

     For Digital Evidence Experts™

       2451 Cumberland Parkway, Suite 3382 

       Atlanta, GA 30339-6157

       (866) 534-9734



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