14, 2005 11:30am-1:00pm Please
Restaurant, Miramar Road and I-15 (parking behind the Holiday Inn
Cuisine, lazy Susan style, includes soup appetizer, pork, beef, chicken,shrimp,vegetables,
rice and hot tea. Other beverages additional.
Card at door. Coupons Accepted.
Lunch provided by sponsor
Active Directory Configuration and Security Issues
Axford (CISSP, MCSE-Security) has been with Microsoft
for over 5+ years. His initial position was as a Support
Engineer on the Windows Server Support Team where he dealt
with security on a deep technical level. In July 2000, Kai
began working exclusively with the IT Pro community in his
new role as a TechNet Presenter. In 2003, Kai took the role
of TechNet Security Lead and was asked to lead TechNet's
security efforts. In October 2003, Kai was asked to present
with Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, at the 2003 Security Summit
in Toronto. In 2004, Kai personally engaged with more than
28,000 IT Pros around information security, for which he
received a Microsoft Circle of Excellence Award. Kai is a
frequent speaker at security summits and roadshows in the
U.S. and Canada, including COMDEX, TechMentor, Microsoft
Security Summits, and the Windows IT Pro Magazine Security
addition, Kai is an active Technical Editor with Microsoft's
Security Content Review Board, which evaluates all Microsoft
security guidance and publications. Kai has reviewed several
MS Press security books, and has authored two articles for
the new TechNet magazine. He was the 21st employee at Microsoft
to obtain the CISSP certification and is currently interested
in pursuing a GIAC certification around forensics.
to coming to Microsoft, Kai served as a squad leader with the
U.S. Army's elite 75th Ranger Regiment and was a primary leader
in several security related operations.