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Tuesday 30th March 2010

Bloggers come from all walks of life with all manner of agendas. Hidden behind those URLs is a real person with beliefs and expertise. Hidden behind those brief or exaggerated postings is an individual. You might read your fellow bloggers ramblings or short punchy observations, but do you know what they really think?

Cyber Intelligence specialists Sourcefire is hosting a bloggers meet to go back to basics and actually get together with those in the know face-to-face. Put a face to a blogging name, so to speak.

Over a pint, or two, we’re hosting an informal gathering of IT bloggers. We want to hear what you think of Information Security as we raise our glasses across the bar. There’s no hidden agenda, no sales pitch. We just want to talk about what gets you going, whether its virtualisation security, cyber-terror, evolving Google attacks, the US Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI), the Mariposa botnet, security in the Cloud, or tokenisation, we just want to chew the fat with you. You can bend our ear about what’s working or not working, ask us why this or that hasn’t been invented or ask us what’s new on the vulnerability front. There’s no structure, no power-point presentation – just good chat and good atmosphere, post RSA and pre-Infosecurity.

There’s no charge, you just need to turn up for drinks or nibbles at The Lamb and Flag in St Christopher’s Place off Oxford Street next to Selfridges is the place, we’ve got an area reserved from 1700 to 1900 on Tuesday 30th March. So why not blog on down, we’ll see you there! Just so we have an idea of numbers, just drop me a line or give me a ring 01189 001135,

Annette Finch
C8 Consulting Ltd
0118 900 1135

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