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CINPA Telephone Contacts - (513) 426-7100

Weather Closings will follow Cincinnati State Technical & Community College

The regular CiNPA monthly meeting is held at Cincinnati State Technical & CommunityCollege on Reading Road in Evendale at 7:00 p.m. on the 1st Wednesday of the month. Meetings are free for members and $5/month at the door for non-members.  Annual membership is just $35/year. Go to Join for complete assistance on becoming a member.

ATTENTION - DANPA (Dayton Area Network Professionals Association) is now part of CINPA - welcome!

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February 2, 2011

Steve Wilson's (SuperLumin Networks) presentation will feature discussion and a demonstration of the next generation, advanced caching technology from SuperLumin Networks (a division of Stratacache). The featured product is the 64-bit beast known as Nemesis.  Nemesis comes in several editions starting with the official replacement for Novell’s BorderManager, adds transparent authentication for NTLM environments and tops it off with a highly scalable social media cache to accelerate access to Youtube and Facebook. Blue Coat can’t touch us.

SuperLumin will be providing a door prize, giveaways and a healthy snack.  Jack will not win a door prize.



January 5 ,2011 - New Horizon

Presentation:  Join us for a certification update from New Horizon’s.  Bethany Kiewel, Account Executive for NH Cincinnati, will be providing us with the latest information on Microsoft and other vendor certs.

Please Use the Click to Attend link below. We are using this ONLY as a tool to manage headcount and the food order.


December 1, 2010 - "Offensive Security"

Presentation:  Join us for Cinpa’s December “Offensive Security” presentation (formerly affectionately known as Hacker’s Night) for a look at some of the tools and techniques that hackers use to transfer the” pwnership” of a system to themselves.  We’ll take a look at the current state of password crackers, social engineering, vulnerability testing, wireless (in)security with Firesheep and demo the new releases of Backtrack and Metasploit.   Our presenter will be Eric Kornau, CISSP, CISA  Principal Consultant at Keyedge, LLC.  Eric will be assisted by Paul Weingartner, Chair of Cincinnati State’s Computer Network Engineering Technology  Program.

 PS.  The first twenty attendees will receive a Backtrack 4 DVD.


September 1 Meeting - Windows Server 2008 R2

DescriptionWindows Server 2008 R2 has many new features and updates. In this session we discuss the 4 most significant and most anticipated new features and abilities of Server 2008 R2. Also discussed are some of the Windows 7 client dependencies that these features have and what they mean for early adopters.

OutlineHow a Live Migration works in HyperVHow Branch Cache works and supported configurationsAppLocker features and managementChanges and improvements in Remote Desktop Services

PresenterTim O'Connor, Senior Instructor, MAX Technical Training


Upcoming Meetings

8/4/2010 - Recruiters Night
9/1/2010 - Windows Server 2008 R2 - Max Train
10/6/2010 - NetApp
11/3/2010 - Kevin Royalty to Announce