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Welcome to the Northeast Florida ISSA Chapter
September 2016 Meeting PDF Print E-mail

September 22nd General Mtg & 1Hr CPE Preso 4:30-6pm, Networking 6-7pm with Appetizers

Meeting Location: Sheraton Hotel, Jaguar II, 10605 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32256

Meeting Sponsor: Quadrant Information Security


Cost: $10 for guests, Free to Registered ISSA Members

Speaker: Champ Clark III

Champ Clark III is a founder and CTO at Quadrant Information Security. Champ got involved in computer and network security at an early age and has been an author for Syngress publishing. He has been a speaker at HOPE, Defcon, CCC and various private events. Champ is the primary author of Sagan, the advanced log analysis engine which helps thousands of users and customer make sense of logs every day

Presentation: Trends Seen In The SOC and Honeypots!

Cyber Security trends across the landscape are impacting all business verticals and threat intelligence processes, both traditional and proactive. We will share cyber security trends and “what we are seeing” from our SOC, monitoring/investigating/validating and alerting 24/7 in real-time to our clients both locally as well as globally. Then we will explore some of the standard methods of big data collection and more traditional threat intelligence processes and how it differs from the proactive approach we feel is the newest way of gathering threat intelligence in turn allowing for better Information Security posture for our clients. For example, we will explore the value and use of honeypots, how they are set up and how they are utilized for intelligence. Some of the traditional methods, although useful, tend to lack context and be reactive. Finally, we will explore how we are being proactively intelligent and utilizing some new quality methods and processes. In particular, we have a patent pending process called the APT Deflector that is a part of our overall BlueDot threat intelligence and Sagan Solution. “If ‘big data’ is the ‘next oil’, then the money will be in the refineries.” We are building the refineries.

 

For more information visit: www.quadrantsec.com

 

Visit these websites for additional chapter details:

• Local Chapter Website: http://neflorida.issa.org

• LinkedIn Group Site: http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/1539547

• Patron Sponsors Page: http://neflorida.issa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=47&Itemid=69

Schedule for Remaining 2016 Meetings:
10/27
12/1


Chapter goals and leadership principles:

• To have informative chapter events and fun professional social networking

• Share and promote vendor neutral best practices for information security

• Promote the educational and ethical standards, and the knowledge base of the ISSA association and the CISSP certification


More info: Please contact the local Board of Directors of the Jacksonville / NE Florida ISSA Chapter at: ISSA - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

• Board Members: Chris Layfield (Verizon Enterprise), Vicki Harris (Maximus), Scott Manning (Black Knight Financial), David Croxton (FIS), Rob Carver (Black Knight Financial), James Case (Baptist Health)



To join ISSA: Go to www.issa.org and click Join Now. For the Chapter selection, find Northeast Florida chapter.

 

 
August 2016 Meeting PDF Print E-mail

August 18th General Mtg & 1Hr CPE Preso 4:30-6pm, Networking 6-7pm with Appetizers

Meeting Location: Sheraton Hotel, Jaguar II, 10605 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32256

Meeting Sponsor: Proofpoint

Presentation: Secure Your Organization Against Email Threats

Attackers today do not just use one channel to launch their attacks - they use all of them. Email, social media, networks, and mobile apps are all part of the modern cybercriminal's arsenal, and many of these attacks are invisible to traditional security tools. Effective cybersecurity strategies require more than just accurate detection. Solutions that enable efficient response are also imperative for true protection. Join us to learn how to protect your people, data, and brand from impostor emails, ransomware, and other emerging threats seen in today’s complex threat landscape.

 

For more information visit: www.proofpoint.com

 

 
May 2016 Meeting PDF Print E-mail

May 12th General Mtg & 1Hr CPE Preso 4:30-6pm, Networking 6-7pm with Appetizers

Meeting Location: Sheraton Hotel, Jaguar II, 10605 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32256

Meeting Sponsor: Avecto

Our guest speaker: Rodger Colvin

Rodger Colvin is a Senior Technology Consultant at Avectro.

 

Presentation: Social Engineering: Lessons Learned

In this lively presentation, Rodger will use the analogy of the high street bank to share learnings from security principles of the past that are still valid today. With real examples of social engineering and high profile hacks, Rodger will explain why good security is easy with solid foundations in place. He will share insight and tips of where to start with a defense in depth security strategy that really works in the ongoing quest against cyber threats.

 

For more information visit: www.avecto.com

 

 
June 2016 Meeting PDF Print E-mail

June 9th General Mtg & 1Hr CPE Preso 4:30-6pm, Networking 6-7pm with Appetizers

Meeting Location: Sheraton Hotel, Jaguar II, 10605 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32256

Meeting Sponsor: Verizon

 

Our guest speaker: Bhavesh Chauhan

Bhavesh Chauhan is a Principal Client Partner - Security Evangelist within Verizon CTO organization. Previously a Principal in Financial Services and lead the Security Engineering and Professional services for the North East Region of Americas, which includes Enterprise, Government and Education customers for Verizon. Bhavesh has over 15 plus years in Cyber Security and Business Continuity Solutions. Bhavesh has served as an Information Security officer, Government Accreditor, Security Principal, Consultant, Engineer and Architect on security engagements; and has delivered various information security engagements to assist customers mitigate risks and improve security maturity across the enterprise. Bhavesh routinely represents Verizon at information security forums and has delivered various public speaking engagements. He is a board member of the ISACA local chapter. Along with his experience, Bhavesh holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Physics and a number of professional security certifications such as CISSP, CISA, and CISM. Furthermore, he has been a CESG certified Information Assurance advisor to UK public sector from 2001 to 2010.

 

Presentation: Verizon 2016 DBIR

The Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) uses incident data from contributors around the world. But it also calls on the intelligence gathered by Verizon’s expert security teams. Across hundreds of security assessors and consultants, our nine Security Operation Centers (SOCs), our cyber intelligence teams, and forensics labs on four continents, we process tens of millions of security events each day and around five billion events each month. With this intelligence, we help our customers understand the risk, set up their security policies and operations, identify threats, investigate and contain attacks, and address security compliance requirements.

 

For more information visit: www.verizonenterprise.com/dbir

 

 
April 2016 Meeting PDF Print E-mail

April 7th General Mtg & 1Hr CPE Preso 4:30-6pm, Networking 6-7pm with Appetizers

Meeting Location: Sheraton Hotel, Jaguar II, 10605 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32256

Meeting Sponsor: Optiv Information Security

Our guest speaker: Danny Pickens, Director Global Threat Intelligence Center

Danny Pickens has over five years of experience within cyber security in the areas of intrusion detection, incident handling and management, and cyber threat analysis and fifteen years of experience as an all-source intelligence analyst covering conventional, asymmetric, and counterterrorism intelligence analysis. Mr. Pickens is currently the Director of the Global Threat Intelligence Center at Optiv, managing a staff of Cyber Threat Intelligence analysts charged with conducting research and analysis to support Optiv’s Managed Security Services. Mr. Pickens also serves as a Brigade S-2 NCOIC in the U.S. Army Reserve.

Presentation: Lessons Learned in Intelligence from an MSS

Intelligence in information security is a hard game to play. In this breakout, we will cover some lessons learned at the MSS level, and how those can be translated to enterprise security operations.

 

For more information visit: www.optiv.com

 

 
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