- Reminder - there is NO February Meeting
Hi Everyone, just a reminder that we have NO MEETING for February 2020. The Groundhog didn't see his shadow and is predicting an early spring for us, so we have that going for us. We have a live, hands-on class on how to configure NAC scheduled for our March meeting. This will be a valuable opportunity for people to get hands-on experience setting up this technology in a live lab.
- The new world of GDPR, a Data Map Journey
Danielle Sheer will share her playbook for creating a data map, provide an understanding of the people involved in the process and the challenges and opportunities she’s faced in the new world of GDPR, CCPA and other compliance frameworks. Danielle served as General Counsel at Carbonite (NASDAQ: CARB), where she founded and developed its legal and data privacy/security teams, led Carbonite through its IPO and NASDAQ listing, established and scaled the global data privacy and security program, and successfully defended against patent troll litigations, a hostile takeover and activist shareholders. Currently Danielle is the General Counsel of Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY), a fintech company that helps business pay and get paid while making complex business payments simple, smart and secure.
- 2019 Holiday Social
New Hampshire ISSA members and SEA-TUG guests are invited to join us for our 13th Annual Holiday Social. SPECIAL LOCATION: Cisco Brewery (Formerly Red Hook) in Portsmouth, NH - Cost: $5.00 (Includes Appetizers and 2 Drink Tickets). Please RSVP so we can plan for the amount of food: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/information-systems-security-association-nh-13th-annual-holiday-social-tickets-83831537385
- HANDS ON THREAT HUNTING – AT SCALE
The event allows attendees of all levels to have a hands-on experience of threat hunting. Pre-requisites A laptop with a modern browser will be needed in order to participate or feel free to hang out and learn secondhand by watching the speaker. We will walk through examples on how to make threat hunting more attainable for all organizations and how can we develop advanced cyber threat hunting with a combination of human and machine. This combination offers the benefit of advanced cyber threat hunting - the ability to detect adversaries who are already in an enterprise’s network - but at scale. We will discuss how AI, machine learning and behavioral analytics make advanced threat hunting possible for all security professionals, regardless of the skill level. This is a fun, competitive, and challenging environment. Prizes will be awarded.
- Firstnet - What it means for everyone.
Many are aware of the FirstNet program and driving force behind the initiative but in this session, Lisa will provide us a deeper understanding of the program, the technology and the impact to both first responders and consumers alike.
- Segmentation Made Simple
For all your ‘things’ on the ground, on the move, or in the cloud. This presentation is a deep dive into the fundamental flaws of TCP/IP as it applies to our modern world of complex cloud and IoT device networks. It outlines how Host Identity Protocol (HIP) challenges for systems that weren’t designed for the state of networking today. Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/segmentation-made-simple-tickets-70381622327?aff=SEATUG
- Making a Difference
Making a Difference - shares proven organizational change practices providing a methodology and supporting tools based in the ADKAR and GE’s Change Acceleration Process (CAP) methodologies. This session will provide security and technology professionals with some useful tools to help facilitate and sustain organizational change. Elyse Nielsen is the principal consultant with Webgistixs, a security consulting firm. Webgistixs advises companies how to improve management of their security portfolio achieving project delivery while improving financial and operational performance. Elyse has over a decade of experience driving organizational change through information technology. Elyse has consulted with Johnson Controls, Quest Software and Community Health Systems. Elyse has earned the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Project Management Professional (PMP). She serves as a treasurer for Maine ISC2.
- Cloud Strength in Unity - Cloud and Application Security.
With the adoption of digital technologies such as cloud, organizations need to evolve security programs and processes to be able to adapt and move at the speed of the business. Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cloud-strength-in-unity-cloud-and-application-security-tickets-60851867574?aff=SEATUG Pizza will be available at the meeting with beverages and networking to follow the meeting.
- Securly Grant Access to the Privileged Accounts.
Every day, administrators of all types are logging in using privileged credentials to perform their work. In this session, we’ll examine why protecting this access has risen to the top of the priority list for many security organizations and why Gartner says it’s the #1 priority to focus on. We’ll examine security risks associated with hot topics related to privileged credentials, and introduce simpler and faster methods for protecting these accounts everywhere they are. Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/securly-grant-access-to-the-privileged-accounts-tickets-59676941338?aff=SEATUG
- YOU CAN'T PROTECT AGAINST WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW!
Colin Little, a Senior Threat Intelligence Analyst, will be speaking about the importance of visibility and awareness in protection your network. Join us for an engaging discussion and participate in some professional networking afterwards, sponsored by Centripetal Networks! Please use this link to RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/discussion-you-cant-protect-against-what-you-dont-know-tickets-58038220881?aff=SEATUG