San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Anti-SPAM with PowerShell
Spam/Phishing/Spear Phishing assaults can destroy your company and ignoring the problem won't make it go away.
If your business can immediately throw money, people, and architectural changes at the Spam/Phishing/Spear Phishing issue, you are very fortunate. For the rest of us, coping with the problem and fighting to get ahead (or gain control of the situation), is exhausting. This talk will walk through the high and low points of addressing this issue and provide some Powershell scripting logic you can implement to better control the problem.
Presented by Joseph Kiser
Joseph Kiser is an autodidact polymath by nature and a feverish problem solver in practice. But these are merely building blocks to feed his compulsive need to teach:
"You learn so that you can do. You do so that you have something compelling to share."
As a life-long musician, Joseph understands how to dynamically solve problems in real time. As a 20 year IT veteran, problem solving has become a daily expression that has a direct impact on tens of thousands of lives. With a specialty in designing and supporting email systems, Joseph has artfully developed the skill to deliver highly technical content in an accessible and respectful way...to any audience.
Joseph worked with Microsoft for a couple years, and then moved out into the IT world-at-large. For fun, he was an arms dealer and inventor.
Note: Since we have secured a speaker for the March meeting we will be presenting the March Madness challenge during the meeting as a challenge to the attendees. Submissions will be accepted during the month and winners awarded at the April meeting.
It's the end of March and we all know what that means! Well, its ok if you don't. It's time for the annual college basketball competition termed March Madness. In honor of this event we will be hosting a scripting contest at our meeting. During the meeting you will be presented with the rules of the competition and the problem your script will be expected to resolve. Before the competition starts there will be a short presentation on a PowerShell topic that will be beneficial for the contest.
Hint: During the March Madness teams are arranged in brackets with the winner of each bracket moving to the next round until there is a single winner.
We will be presenting the State of the Union of the Atlanta PowerShell User Group. And don't worry, this is a politics-free zone. If you want to help direct the future of the user group and the topics we cover this is your chance.
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