PASS Security Virtual Chapter & Security Topics at PASS Summit

Andy Warren, 2013-07-17

I just saw a post from Brian Kelley about the new PASS Security Virtual Chapter launching and the first presentation (by Brian on encryption) is tomorrow. That seems like a great step after the observations Brian made back in May about there only being one security topic at the Summit this year.

It also makes me think about the concept of track chairs and how sessions get selected for the Summit. I’d like to see the virtual chapters consulted on whether they think there is enough/right focused content on the schedule based on what they see going on in their chapters. Not perfect and shouldn’t be the only criteria, but it would be a great way to get another point of view on the mix of content.

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