March 2020 Meeting (Cancelled - will be rescheduled)
***NOTICE: We are sensitive to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and believe it is in the best interest of our participants to postpone the March event. We will be monitoring developments and will notify you when we resume our chapter meetings.***
March 26th General Meeting with 1 Hour Presentation (INCLUDES 1 CPE Credit)
Presentation 5-6pm followed by Networking 6-7pm with Appetizers
Meeting Location: Sheraton Hotel, Jaguar II, 10605 Deerwood Park Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32256
Meeting Sponsor: Quadrant Information Security
Cost: $10 for guests, Free to Registered ISSA Members
Speaker: Jennifer Shannon - Threat Intelligence Analyst
Jennifer discovered a passion for computers and problem solving at a young age. She bought Steal This Computer Book 2.0, by Wallace Wang, with one of her first paychecks, and became enamored with hacking and cyber security. She enrolled in Florida State College at Jacksonville’s networking program in order to better understand computer networks and how to secure them. She became involved with STARS Computer Core, while pursuing her degree, and dedicated time to teaching computing skills to underrepresented minorities. Quadrant Information Security hired Jennifer as a Security Analyst in 2017, and she showed an aptitude for both penetration testing and malware analyses. Jennifer was quickly promoted to a role that capitalized on her specialties. She now performs penetration tests against networks, web applications, and mobile software and platforms. Additionally, she reverse-engineers malware samples while also maintaining an automatic malware analysis environment.
Presentation: Social Engineering: Techniques attackers use to hack the human mind
Social engineering within information security focuses on manipulating individuals into divulging confidential information or perform actions that compromise the security of a company. This can range from giving company passwords over the phone to clicking on malicious links embedded in emails. So why does this work? Learn some of the technique’s attackers use for social engineering, why they work, and how to safeguard against them.
For more information visit: https://quadrantsec.com
Visit these websites for additional chapter details:
• LinkedIn Group Site: www.linkedin.com/groups/1539547
Remaining 2020 Meetings: (future dates subject to change due to coronavirus) 5/7, 8/20, 10/1, 11/12
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: You may contact the local Board of Directors of the Jacksonville / NE Florida ISSA Chapter at: board[at]neflorida.issa.org
• Board Members: Vicki Harris (Maximus), Scott Manning (Black Knight Financial), James Case (Citi), Josh Oquendo (Black Knight Financial), Derek Sandland (The Main Street America Group)
To join ISSA: Go to www.issa.org/join. Don't forget to also select chapter: Northeast Florida.