The Net Effect
Glenda R. Snodgrass has been President, lead consultant and project manager at The Net Effect since the company's inception in 1996.
Ms. Snodgrass is primarily engaged in cyber security training, threat analysis and mitigation for commercial, nonprofit and governmental organizations. In addition to conducting securityrelated workshops, corporate training and delivering cyber security defense presentations at professional conferences and conventions, she spends time drafting network security procedures and developing employee security awareness training programs for clients.
A frequent contributor to Tripwire's The State of Security blog and Business View magazine, she also provides expert witness testimony in technologyrelated court cases. Her dynamic personality and effective teaching style have made her a soughtafter public speaker and corporate trainer for more than twenty years.
Currently President of Gulf Coast Industrial Security Awareness Council, Vice Chair of Mobile Chapter 117 of ASIS International, and on the steering committee for Gulf Coast Technology Council, Ms. Snodgrass is also an active member of InfraGard, the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce, and numerous civic organization. She holds a B.A. from the University of South Alabama (1986) and a maîtrise
from Université de Paris I PanthéonSorbonne in Paris, France (1989).
As wireless devices proliferate and automation changes the way we work, assessing cyber security risk has become increasingly more complex. In this seminar, we will step through some of the issues encountered in client assessments: You can't secure it if you don't know it's there, you don't know how it works, you don't know who has access to it, and more.