Smartronix Presents At 2007 DHS Conference

Chantilly, Virginia - 27 August 2007 – Two Smartronix experts have been selected to present at the 2007 annual Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Conference and Workshops in Baltimore, Maryland. Smartronix personnel will be demonstrating its innovative technology suites throughout the week.

Bryson Hopkins will be presenting a 60 minute session titled "Red Teaming End Users" which is both a business case study and a justification for understanding end user behavior and risk they present to an organization. Guy Hadsall will be presenting a 60 minute session titled "How To: pOwn’ing your PBX" which is an overview of Next Generation Telephony networks and how IP-PBX’s present unforeseen risks to an organizations mission.

The conference is expected to draw DHS IT planning managers and security practitioners such as Information Systems Security Officers (ISSO), System Security Officers (SSO), Designated Accrediting Authorities (DAA), Information Systems Security Managers (ISSM), and system/network administrators, as well as Physical and Personnel Security Managers, State & Local Security Managers, Special Security Officers, and personnel from throughout the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) component organizations.