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February, In-Eh-Eye-Ess-Gee

The NEW In-Eh-Eye-Ess-Gee

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

February, In-Eh-Eye-Ess-Gee

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"In-Eh-Eye-Ess-Gee" Atlanta Chapter October Monthly Meeting

Schedule

NOTE: This month's meeting is at Sandy Springs Hudson Grille.

February 13 Meeting

How are we gonna move forward?

 * What Name Do We Use?

 * What Are Rules About Names?

 * What Topics Were Prefered?

 * What Is Our Frequency?

 * What Is Our Format?

 * What About LinkedIn?

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Location

Hudson Grille

6317 Roswell Rd

Sandy Springs, GA 30328

 Save-the-Date for Upcoming Meetings

 * March 13
 * April 10
 * May 8

Follow Us on Twitter

 http://twitter.com/NAISG_atl | @NAISG_atl

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When & Where


Hudson Grille, Sandy Springs
6317 Roswell Road
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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The NEW In-Eh-Eye-Ess-Gee

Yes - you saw it here first. The old Atlanta NAISG is changing its name to... something else.

PLEASE HELP!

If you have thoughts on what to change the name to... send them via TWITTER to @NAISG_ATL (which will also change its name, soon).

Name Changing Rules (a subset):

  1. Keep it short, but not too short.
  2. Optimize it for searching!
  3. Can you even spell it?
  4. Make it related

And there you have it. See you at the next meeting!

And while you're at it, follow us on TWITTER @NAISG_atl (it's the place to be!)
 
We have two ways to keep in touch (so far)
  1. Twitter using @NAISG_atl (the name will change soon)
  2. LinkedIn Group using the Atlanta NAISG group (the name will change soon)

The Atlanta chapter holds monthly meetings at Hudson Grille. Our members come primarily from the metropolitan Atlanta area.  

Membership is always free to the general public, and is open to anyone interested in information security. To become a member, just add your name to the appropriate Newsletter list.  

Typical meeting agendas include introductions, Q&A, job announcements and one or two formal presentations.

Members include IT administrators, managers, law enforcement personnel, students, educators or anyone interested to learn how to protect their information systems.  

No formal security experience is required. People come to learn, share tips and tricks, and network with other professionals.

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