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The NEOhio ISSA Security Meeting: Social Engineering & Security Awareness

  • Feb 9, 2012 · 1:00 PM
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Date:  Thursday, February 9, 2012 - 1:00pm

Location:  New Horizons Computer Learning Centers - Garfield Heights, OH

Cost:  FREE!!!

Registration:  Click Here To Register

Topics:  Social Engineering, Security Awareness

Speakers:  David Kennedy, Craig Campbell

Sponsored By:



Please join us for our first chapter meeting of 2012.  We have a great agenda lined up.  First we'll hear from David Kennedy, who will speak about social engineering.  The second part of our meeting will be an open floor discussion on security awareness in the workplace.  This meeting is being brought to you by our sponsors:  New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, and  You can read about both sponsors at the end of this message.

Speaker and Presentation Information

Presentation #1:  TBD

Speaker:  David Kennedy


Presentation #2:  Security Awareness in the Workplace - This will be an open floor discussion about security awareness.  Audience participation is desired in this segment.  We will discuss what works and what doesn't work.  Some key strategies will also be discussed.

Speaker:  Craig Campbell - Craig is a Senior Information Security Analyst at a large specialty jewelry retailer.  He has been involved with information security for over 12 years.  Craig also serves as the Membership Director for the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the ISSA.  Craig's areas of interest include: perimeter network security, event logging and data correlation, guitars, hiking, kyaking, and other outdoor activities. 

 About Our Sponsors

Please take a moment to read about all of our sponsors.  It is with their help that we can provide these meetings to you, free of charge. provides organizations the ability to train their employees and customers about the risks of spear phishing with just a few simple clicks. With over 2 million individuals trained since its launch in 2008, PhishMe provides a cost effective way to mitigate this challenge. The company has proven that its trainings can reduce the threat of employees and customers falling victim to phishing attacks by up to 80 percent. facilitates and automates the execution of mock phishing exercises against employees and customers, provides clear and accurate reporting on user behavior, and most importantly provides instant, targeted training. works with Federal Agencies and Fortune 1000 companies across multiple vertical market sectors including financial services, healthcare, higher education and defense. For additional information, please visit: 


New Horizons Computer Learning Centers:

With over 300 centers in 70 countries, New Horizons is the world's largest IT training company delivering a full range of IT training and business skills training through flexible and innovative learning methods.

If you have any questions about this event in general, please contact Craig Campbell at [masked].

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  • Jerry R.

    Unfortunately, I was unable to attend. I hope there will be another meeting soon . . . jerry rovder

    February 10, 2012

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  • Vestige Digital Investigations

    Vestige is sponsoring the March 2014 Chapter Meeting

  • Information Security Summit

    The Information Security Summit sponsored a meeting in our 2013 season.

  • Cadre

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  • ASMGi

    Sponsor of the Sept 2015 MeetUp. Full range consulting firm.

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