This group is for Bay Area security enthusiasts, security professionals, and technology professionals who want to learn, network and share their knowledge. Our goal is to get technologists interested in cyber security and share resources about the latest in information security, threat intelligence, and incident response.
If you are interested in either presenting or becoming a sponsor, please reach out to Jesse Leseprance
First and foremost, I am looking for a few co-organizers to help with the logistics of running a meetup group, as I intend to revive the group back to having regular meetings. If you are interested, please message me and we can coordinate from there.
Our meetups will now be of a hybrid attendance model. When we start to have in-person meetups again, pending a meeting location, the meetups will still be streamed for online attendance. For months that we do not have a physical location for the monthly meetup, we will still have the meetup virtually.
HOW CAN I BECOME A PRESENTER?
Interested in speaking? I need the following details:
• Name of Presenter(s):
• Title of Presenter(s):
• LinkedIn Link of Presenter(s) (optional):
• Title of Presentation:
• Synopsis of Presentation (50-70 words):
• Length of Presentation:
• Date preferred:
Requirements for speaking slots:
• Your presentation CANNOT be a sales pitch. You will instantly turn off the group and people will become less engaged.
• Please allow time for 5-10 mins of Q&A.
• You will be presenting either virtually or in person, being streamed online
• Must be related to cyber security in some way
WHAT CAN I POST ON THE MEETUP'S SITE?
YOU CAN post questions and discussions about communities
YOU CAN post about free (not-for-profit) events that's open to the public.
NO SALES OR ADVERTISING POSTS OR MATERIALS,
BEFORE PARTICIPATING PLEASE REMEMBER
Consider your tone -- Approach discussions, even ones where disagreements arise, with respect to those engaging with you. Do not use all capitals, as this is considered shouting.
Be as specific as possible -- Your subject line should be clear, the content of your inquiry should be in-depth, and the reason for your post should be clearly evident.
Be courteous of others’ time -- Do not mark your question as urgent or ASAP. Don't put personal contact details in your question and expect people to contact you via phone or email. Community questions should be answered in the community.
Provide resources and context needed to answer your question -- Provide the product and full version, as well as any relevant information about the device/software you are experiencing the issues with.
Be attentive to the general rules regarding content -- Links to outside blogs and websites will likely be considered spam. Do not include confidential or proprietary content, proofread your post, and do not plagiarize.
Respond appropriately when your question has been addressed -- Proper etiquette is that the poster should provide feedback to those who provide answers to questions.
Spam, defamation, obscenity, sexism, and bigotry are not tolerated and perpetrators will be banned without notice.