Kevin Beaver's Profile:

Name:Kevin Beaver
Location:Atlanta, GA
Job Title:IT Security Consultant
Bio: I am an information security consultant with Principle Logic, LLC (www.principlelogic.com). I focus my work on independent security assessments revolving around compliance and minimizing business risks. I'm also a professional speaker and author of over 600 articles and 11 books including Hacking For Dummies. I'm also the creator/producer of Security On Wheels providing security learning for IT professionals on the go (securityonwheels.com).
Blog/Website URL:www.principlelogic.com
Area of Expertise:Information Security, Compliance, BYOD, Cloud Computing, IT and Security Careers
Knowledge Points:17,220 pts.   ( How do I earn points? )

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Is locating a data center on the top floor of your company bulding a cost effective solution? last updated: 2009-10-06 12:02:12 GMT answered by: Kevin Beaver Data Center Cost Data Center management Data center planning Disaster recovery planning

How do you answer “dumb” support questions? last updated: 2009-10-02 13:27:14 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver helpdesk Support

Networking certifications last updated: 2009-10-02 13:24:55 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver Certifications CompTIA CompTIA certifications Network+ Networking careers Networking certifications

QA Toolset (open source)? last updated: 2009-10-02 13:22:36 GMT answered by: Kevin Beaver QA QA testing QTP Quality assurance

nETGEAR SECURITY last updated: 2009-09-30 17:07:47 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver Netgear router Wireless routers Wireless security

Data center security — what advice would you give? last updated: 2009-09-30 17:06:10 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver Data Center management Data Center Security DataCenter Security management

How to recover deleted history last updated: 2009-09-30 17:04:38 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver Browser history Desktop security Enterprise Desktop Web security

How to determine if desktop has been hacked? last updated: 2009-09-30 17:03:58 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver Desktop security Email security Enterprise Desktop Hacked

Do you know of any cases when malware will detect a virtualized OS and exploit this fact? last updated: 2009-09-30 17:00:54 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver malware Microsoft virtualization Microsoft Virtualization Chat 5/14 Virtualization security

Forgotten Password last updated: 2009-09-30 16:58:32 GMT commented by: Kevin Beaver Local Administrators Group Password management SBS 2003 R2


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