WiFi security - plus a revealing study of the state of Jersey's WiFi access points

Wednesday 21 March 2012, 12.00pm - 2.00pm
The event will start at 12.00pm (tea and coffee will be available from 12.00pm with the seminar starting at 12.30pm)

Maria Richie Room, Arts Centre, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 4SW


Paul Dutot


The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to this event, 'Wi-Fi security in Jersey - why it matters and how to secure it'.

Wi-Fi security should be a concern to anyone operating a Wi-Fi access point whether for home or corporate use. The risks to you (as an individual) and companies of not having correct Wi-Fi security are many and varied.

This lecture will address this from several viewpoints. The lecture will utilise real Wi-Fi survey data from Jersey to 'paint a picture' of the Wi-Fi security landscape in Jersey to draw conclusions and offer solutions.

The seminar is suitable for both a technical and non-technical audience.

Speaker bio:

Paul Dutot is a member of the Jersey branch of the Chartered Institute for IT and is currently an Air Traffic Control Engineer within Air Traffic Engineering at Jersey Airport. He is an Incorporated Engineer and Member of the Institute of Technology as well as a Chartered IT Professional within the British Computer Society. On a daily basis , he manages mission critical air traffic control infrastructure including radar , radio and IS/IT systems within an ISO 9001:2008 safety of life environment. He is well qualified including MCTS Server 2008, MCSE Server 2003, Solaris Certified Administrator and CompTIA Security+.

Paul is actively involved in information security, ISO 27001 and ethical hacking/penetration testing and is currently undertaking the Offensive Security ‘Pentesting with Backtrack’ course prior to Tiger Scheme QST certification.


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