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The 2013 Penn State Security Conference will take place on October 28-29, 2013 at the Nittany Lion Inn on the University Park campus.

DAY ONE (October 28): - Day One will focus on broader, more universal security topics and include topic tracks, tools demos, and networking opportunities.
- Prerequisites: Open to all Penn State staff, faculty, and students.

DAY TWO (October 29): - Day Two presentations will focus on security topics specific to Penn State IT staff.
- Prerequisites: Must be a Penn State IT staff member

For more information and to register for the event, please visit http://securityconference.psu.edu. * All sessions are subject to change based on speaker availability and/or circumstances beyond our control.
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Monday, October 28 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Configuring Firewall and IPS Rules

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Tom and Adam will cover how Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) are implemented in a network, what to consider when investing in an IPS, suggestions on deploying an IPS, and how to tune your IPS for optimal network performance.

Room capacity: 90  

Speakers
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Tom Bayly

Systems Design Specialist, Penn State, Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Networking Services
Tom Bayly is a Systems Design Specialist for Telecommunications and | Networking Services (TNS).  His primary role is to work with customers to | determine their needs and then create network designs that fulfill those | needs.  Additionally, he is the Service Owner of the ITS Firewall Service. | In that capacity he is responsible for ensuring that the service delivers | what is promised to include continually looking for ways to... Read More →
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Adam McNeal

Network Systems Specialist, Penn State, Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Network Services
Primarily responsible for the operation of Penn State's core routing and firewalling infrastructure, Adam is also the service manager of the ITS Firewall Service. In this role Adam is responsible for customer support, service monitoring and feature development. Adam has been with TNS for seven years and has worked in various roles relating to networking and system administration prior to Penn State.


Monday October 28, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Ballroom DE, Nittany Lion Inn

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