is an interesting development. Does this mean OS is now hype or mainstream?
I started a local cyber security user group, Princeton Open Source Security Experts, with friends and work colleagues.
Princeton Open Source Security Experts is a user group dedicated to information technology security professionals interested in the open source movement. The first meeting was held on February 26, 2004, at the Good Time Charleys in Kingston, NJ. At this meeting, I gave a presentation on Nessus, entitled "Introduction to Nessus".
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