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Campus Taking Part in Virtual Presentation by IT Security Specialist

Campus “hackers and crackers” are encouraged to attend a virtual conference with Kevin Jones, who leads the engineering team at Thycotic Software Ltd., a Washington, D.C.-based company that provides password and Active Directory group management solutions to information technology administrators worldwide. The presentation will be from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, in Room E140 of the Breuder Advanced Technology & Health Sciences Center. Jones’ topic is “Pass the Hash,” a hacking technique used to attack computer systems and services. The session is free and open to anyone interested in IT security; questions may be directed to Jeff Weaver, associate professor of electronics.

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