SRA’s Second Event About Virtual Machines

What: The Security and Risk Analysis Club (SRA Club) is hosting its second event in its Virtualization Series.  On Thursday, January 29th, the SRA Club held a LEONIDAS Virtual Learning Environment Seminar to teach students about virtual machines, a new technology that is rapidly changing the security world.

Now that students have familiarized themselves with virtual machines by installing them on their personal computers, they will continue to learn how virtualization is affecting security assessments from Morgan Franklin.  Speakers from Morgan Franklin will present on “The Use of Virtualization and how it changes the nature of security assessment”.

If you missed the first event in the Virtualization Series, we still encourage you to attend the speaker event!

Where: Cybertorium, 113 IST Building

When: 6:30 pm Monday, Februrary 2

Cost: Free

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