This past week I was invited to come speak at ISOI9 in Sterling, VA. The talk seemed to go over rather well, and while I didn't get a lot of questions in the presentation, I got a ton of questions afterwards out in the hall.
This coming week I'll be down at the Richmond Area Virginia Linux User Group. The coordinators of the group were kind enough to invite me down to talk about Sourcefire and the OpenSource company that we are.
If you are in the Richmond, VA area, be sure and come out!
I have another speaking engagement in August as well, but I'll blog about that when it gets a bit closer to the time.
If you are interested in coming to the meeting this week, it's on Tuesday, May 17th at 6pm.
Register here: http://rvalug.org/content/may-guest-speaker-joel-esler-opensource-community-director-sourcefire-cybersecurity
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