THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:
$7,501 to $15,000
|TRAVELS FROM: California|
SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
- Corporate Espionage
- Cybercrime Trends - Domestic/International
- Hacker Tools & Techniques
- Women in a Technical World
- Social Engineering
- Forensic Investigations - Digital
- Reconnaissance & Traceback Methods
- Internet Dangers & Safety for Kids
- We've Hired a Hacker
- Are You a Geek?
- What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
Computer Security | Ecommerce/Internet | Security | Entrepreneurship | Technology
Laura Chappell is a highly-energetic speaker and author of numerous industry
titles on network communications, analysis and security. Nicknamed “Glenda,
the Good Witch,” Laura has presented to thousands of State, Federal and
international law enforcement officers, judicial members, engineers, network
administrators, technicians and developers on the subject of “tapping
Ms. Chappell is a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association
(HTCIA) and a voting Member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers
(IEEE) as well as a member of the FBI’s Infragard organization. Her blend
of humor, personal experiences, packet-level understanding of TCP/IP communications,
energy and clarity have earned her a top spot as an industry speaker at Microsoft,
Novell, Hewlett-Packard, High Technology Crime Investigation Association, European
Forensics and US Court conferences.
Ms. Chappell is the Founder of Chappell University which develops and delivers
onsite and online training in the areas of network protocols, network forensics
and network analysis tools.
In 2007, Ms. Chappell founded Wireshark University, the worldwide premiere educational
firm focused on teaching the art of wiretapping/communications interception,
networkforensics, TCP/IP analysis, network troubleshooting and network security.
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