• ISSA of WI-Summer Meeting: Patch Tuesday, July 9 & Bar-B-Que

    ISSA of WI Summer Meeting BBQ will feature 3 global stars of IT Security, 3 x CPEs, lively networking, an open bar and grand buffet. Keynotes are: Kurt Roemer, Chief Security Strategist-Citrix Steve Hunt, ISSA Hall of Fame & ISSA Distinguished Fellow Russell From, Technical Manager-Tanium Kurt Roemer will present: Architecting the Privileged Workspace: As a highly privileged user, you have the power to create, enhance and destroy-and so does anyone who can impersonate you, use your tools or otherwise abuse your powers. How can privileged worker’s productivity and experience be optimized while protecting all the resources they’ve been entrusted with? This session will explore: • Design considerations for a privileged workspace • How to dynamically manage contextual trust • Tools & techniques focused on optimizing security, productivity & cost Steve Hunt will present: Supercharge Your Cybersecurity Career: Almost all security professionals struggle at some point to land a more lucrative and rewarding senior position. In this session, Steve will describe steps you can take today to boost your career (and your bank accounts) with a powerful path to attain coveted powerful and influential senior roles (even if you have tried and failed for years). Everyone (CISOs, managers, analysts, consultants...) will leave this session feeling more empowered about their work life, with actionable practical steps to take right away. Steve Hunt is a speaker, investor, advisor and most of all, a teacher. He has motivated and inspired leaders around the world by helping over 400 global organizations to optimize success by guiding leadership and operations toward performance excellence. Steve served on the ISSA International Board of Directors, has served as a judge at RSA Conference, founded the Communities of Excellence, was inducted into the ISSA Hall of Fame, and CSO Magazine presented him with the “Industry Visionary” Compass Award. Steve has been featured on CNN, CNBC, Fox News, CNN, Financial Times, WSJ, NY Times, Business Week and other global publications. Russell From will present: Micro and Nano-Segmentation: Lessons Learned from the Field, Thoughts on the Future This presentation introduces Micro-Segmentation and includes industry adoption statistics, strategies, and implementation examples. This presentation came from experience implementing Micro-Segmentation in a fully virtualized hosted environment for many large hospital systems. This talk will cover why we need segmentation, what the benefits are, how it evolved, and what it enables before explaining a flaw of Micro- Segmentation and how it is addressed using the recently defined term Nano-Segmentation. Russell is a Technical Manager for Tanium where he helps WI based organizations utilize the capabilities of Tanium’s real-time endpoint management and visibility technology for network discovery, patching, threat response, threat monitoring, software deployment, compliance, vulnerability scanning, integrity monitoring, and sensitive data discovery. Previously, Russ was a Sr. Network Security Engineer for US Cellular where he defended customers by focusing on proactive network behavior analysis, network forensics, mobile malware identification and remediation, DDoS defense, and threat intelligence automation. Russ also defended an electronic medical records vendor in Madison, WI as the Network Security lead on IPS/IDS, Network Decryption, Traffic Analysis, and Network Security Response on fully micro-segmented virtualized infrastructure. Russ holds the GMON, GPEN, GSEC Gold, GCIA, GCIH, and CISSP certifications. BBQ Happy Hour is confirmed from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on 7/9 at: https://newberlinalehouse.com/ RSVP now via MeetUp or to [masked]

  • ISSA of WI - Monthly Meeting: Patch Tuesday, June 11

    New Berlin Ale House

    Patch Tuesday, June 11 is the next meeting of the WI Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association at The New Berlin Ale House: http://newberlinalehouse.com ....The Agenda is: • Protecting Against a Cyber Extortion Attack and Maximizing Value from Pen Testing • Managing Mobile App Risk: Case Studies in Success & Failure 3:00p - 4:00p: Kevin Bong, GSE, PMP, QSA, GCIH, GCIA, GPPA, GCFA, GAWN, GSEC, CISSP - Director, Cybersecurity - Sikich, LLP o Protecting Against a Cyber Extortion Attack and Maximizing Value from Pen Testing o You've probably seen a news story just about every week about another well-known organization falling victim to a ransomware attack. These attackers are sweeping in everyone from small mom-and-pop businesses to large manufacturers and even city governments. In this presentation, Kevin will share stories from recent cyber-extortion breach investigations to highlight current trends and techniques used by attackers to take control of networks and conduct ransomware attacks. o The talk will include the most important security controls and processes to have in place to protect against these attacks. Finally the talk will compare different activities you can do to test the security posture of your network and discuss steps you can take to ensure you get the most value from the time and money your organization spends on security assessment activities • 4:00p - 5:00p: Ted Eull - Vice President of Risk & Privacy - NowSecure o Managing Mobile App Risk: Case Studies in Success & Failure 5:15 PM-6:15 PM Business Networking Hour sponsored by NowSecure

  • ISSA of WI @ Harley-Davidson Museum-Today-Live Cyber Firing Range/Lunch/Music

    The Information Systems Security Association – Wisconsin Chapter 2019 Annual Meeting is today for lunch through to Happy Hour and Live Music at: http://www.h-dmuseum.com Harley-Davidson Museum, 400 West Canal Street (@S. 6th Street) 3rd Floor, Peace Room, Milwaukee: Free Parking, Free Admission to The Museum, Free to all in IT Security, 5 x CPEs. The Live Cyber Firing Range run by WI Cyber Threat Response Alliance and the National Cyber Warfare Foundation is from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM today in the BOLT Room, 3rd Floor of the Harley-Davidson Museum) The ISSA of WI Annual Meeting Agenda today: Candy Alexander, President of ISSA International on: The 3rd Annual ESG/ISSA Report on the “Life & Times of the Cyber Security Professional” and how to use the data to grow professionally. Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist of Attivo Networks on: We reap what we have sown. A Hackers Perspective on where do we go from here? Off the edge of the cliff? Evan Tegethoff, Director of Engineering of BitSight on: Modernizing 3rd Party and Vendor Risk Programs. The Third Party Security landscape has evolved. How can we secure 3rd parties and vendors in 2019 and beyond? Matt MacKinnon, Sr. Director of Technology of Armis Security on: Dealing With the Tsunami of Unmanaged IoT Devices. Jennifer Rathburn, JD of Foley & Lardner, is the Moderator of our Panel of Experts. The Lead Panelists are: Kurt Roemer, Chief Security Strategist of Citrix Michael Gutsche, Chief Security Strategist of Microfocus Today at the Harley-Davidson Museum the timeline is: 11:30 AM - Registration and Networking 12:00 Noon - Grand Luncheon Buffet 1:00 PM - Candy Alexander of ISSA International 2:00 PM - Chris Roberts of Attivo Networks 2:45 PM - Evan Tegethoff of BitSight 3:30 PM - Matt MacKinnon of Armis Security 4:15 PM - Panel Moderated by Jennifer Rathburn, JD 5:00 PM - Happy Hour at MOTOR Bar & Grill 6:00 PM - Live Bands starring Bella Cain Any questions go to Steve Moscarelli, [masked] Today is going to be amazing and memorable. We look forward to seeing you. Sincerely, The ISSA of Wisconsin