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A brief overview of the Ohio Information Security Forum.
By: Charles Monett
Mobile devices, such as your phone or tablet, can say a lot about you. When you take them with you, they can say a lot more. In this presentation, you will hear about how devices, their locations, and generated network traffic describe the actions of individuals in a given area. In addition, it also discusses some possible responses one can make as a reasonable, yet privacy conscious, person. Finally, the presentation will explore other ways to interact with these kinds of environments.
Charles Monett has held a deep interest in the matters of IT and security. He currently holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Wright State University, and is currently a member of multiple academic honor societies (Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi). Previously, he has provided technical support for a major newspaper publishing company. Over time, he has learned various forms of UNIX (OpenBSD, FreeBSD, HP/UX, AIX) and Linux. In addition, he also has gained an understanding of various servers, workstations, mobile devices, and wireless systems (802.11-based). Finally, Charles spends his spare time developing and refining web-based applications.