[Micronet] Center for Internet Security orientation call - Thursday 10/21

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[Micronet] Center for Internet Security orientation call - Thursday 10/21

Ryan L. Means

This is just a reminder about our CIS benchmark orientation call
tomorrow in the McCollum Room, 7th floor, Tan Hall from 10:30am-noon.
Michelle Vogeler from CIS will be joining us by phone to present the
material and answer all of your questions. The slide deck from the
orientation is already up on SNS's wiki at the following URL:


If you are not able to attend, you may view the presentation online
using the information at the end of the message. Unfortunately, the
session will not be recorded, but CIS has offered to host a second
session if there is interest.

The orientation session will cover how to apply security benchmarks,
audit machines to see if they have been installed, and answer any
questions you have about the process.

A better understanding of the orientation material will make this
meeting more productive, so I encourage all of you to sign up and review
some of the material so you can bring your questions to the orientation
session. Instructions are at:




Meeting Number: 790 896 165
Meeting Password: MtgCIS1

To join this meeting (Now from the Apple iPhone (R) too!)
1. Go to
2. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: MtgCIS1
3. Click "Join".
4. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.

Audio conference information
1-866-606-4704 access code 6695274

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