- Implementing advanced DNS security at home and small office with Pi-Hole
Join us as we discuss securing and protecting your SOHO and Home computer users with DNS-based content and security protection.
Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pi-hole-implementing-advanced-dns-security-at-home-and-small-office-tickets-142775303777?aff=seatug
- A Day in the Life Using Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
A day in the life using Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) 3 months post-deployment. We'll hear from 2 Security Analysts from VF Corp, a global publicly traded retail conglomerate (Timberland, North Face, Vans, and many other brands) about their experience using ATP, the deployment, and other topics such as where they see ATP competitively in the market.
This is not a vendor presentation, rather it's a user-to-user discussion with other SEA-TUG / ISSA members regarding their experience with the product.
Guest speakers: Raven Benson and Ryan Cassel are Senior Security Analysts working at Denver based VF Corporation. Within the Security Operations team, they are tasked with ensuring security tools are running efficiently and effectively across the environment.
- Managing Open Source Related Compliance, Security and Operational Risks
Most companies use open source software because it accelerates time to market, reduces development costs and frees up developer resources. However, if open source is left unmanaged, it may pose serious legal, security and operational risks to the business.
BIO: We invite you to attend our seminar to hear Matthew Jacobs, Director, Legal Counsel at Synopsys discuss the rise and challenges of open source reuse and management. He’ll cover:
The latest open source software trends
The types of open source licenses
Why security is an issue for open source
How open source impacts an M&A transaction
Strategies for managing open source risks
Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/managing-open-source-related-compliance-security-and-operational-risks-tickets-122692537683?aff=seatug
- A buzzword free look at modern threat intelligence employed by today's security
Demystifying Threat Intelligence: a buzzword free look at modern threat intelligence being employed by today's security defenders.
Presenter: Nick McNulty
Bio: Vulnerability Management and Risk Management people leader with a background in military leadership, threat intelligence, ans cyber security operations. UMass Lowell Graduate (BLA, MSS Cyber Security) and USAR/MANG veteran, retired in 2018 after 20+ years including tours in Afghanistan and Kosovo.
PLEASE REGISTER TO GET THE LINK TO THE MEETING: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/demystifying-threat-intelligence-tickets-118272745967?aff=seatug
- JUNE 2020 Meeting: PRIVACY
This will be another REMOTE MEETING.
Every organization today is in some state of digital transformation. While the understanding of security needs in the digital age has matured significantly in the last 2 decades, the implication for data privacy and in particular, its interaction with security, are still not well understood. As data regulations and laws continue to evolve, here in the U.S. and globally, organizations require increased understanding of privacy requirements and their impact to technology solutions. In this session, Caitlin and Cathy will share the evolution of privacy, discuss key privacy topics like Privacy by Design and the NIST Privacy framework, share their perspectives of the overlap between Security and Privacy and highlight the criticality of understanding the current implications of data privacy today.
Caitlin Fennessy is the Research Director at the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Caitlin also leads the IAPP’s privacy engineering initiative and serves as an in-house privacy expert. Prior to joining the IAPP, Caitlin was the Privacy Shield Director at the U.S. International Trade Administration. Caitlin joined ITA in 2009 and spent the next ten years working on international privacy and cross-border data flow policy issues. Caitlin served an adjunct professor of international privacy law at the University of Maine School of Law in 2016 and 2015 and at the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 2014. Before her time at ITA, Caitlin worked in the National Security Division of the Office of Management and Budget and with the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Caitlin has a master’s degree in public affairs from Princeton University and a bachelor’s degree in social policy from Northwestern University. https://www.linkedin.com/in/caitlin-fennessy/
Please RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/issanh-remote-meeting-privacy-tickets-108730592128?aff=seatug
As we continue to observe social distancing due to Covd-19, our May meeting will be held online. Our topic is going to be DEVOPS.
Greg Leonard from Optiv will discuss the rewards of being a top-performing DevOps team as well as the challenges in managing security in a CI/CD pipeline. He will show how security can turn gates to guardrails by integrating security in all of the major phases of the DevOps lifecycle.
Greg is a technical director on the Application Security team in Optiv’s Threat Management practice. Greg’s role is to provide post-sales support and consulting to Optiv’s clients as well as providing support and mentoring to other Optiv team members. His primary responsibilities include web and mobile application assessments, application code reviews, application architecture reviews, vulnerability assessments and penetration testing.
Please RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/issanh-remote-meeting-devops-tickets-102812222124?aff=SEATUG
Meeting link: https://ssakelarios.my.webex.com/ssakelarios.my/j.php?MTID=m2916df52728d3e4dd3fe347249cf4a22
Password: ISSANHMayMeeting [masked] from phones and video systems)
- Hands-on how-to configure NAC event!
Due to circumstances beyond our control the March meeting is changed.
As many companies, organizations, and families make decisions to reduce their potential exposure to COVID-19, we are being forced to follow suit.
The good news is that we are still going to hold our monthly meeting, only we are going to change the topic and make it a virtual meeting.
We are polishing the details on the topic, but right now it is going to be focused on preparing your business/network for remote access, including Bandwidth, VPN, and Multifactor considerations. We will then open it up for discussion. Fortinet will remain our presenter, as well as we will have other experts on Infrastructure, Consulting, as well as our network of professionals all here to discuss and share experiences and suggestions.
We hope you make the time and join us to learn and share from the comfort of your home. We are taking advantage of Cisco’s Free Webex offer so we can get some face time.
Updated meeting link: https://ssakelarios.my.webex.com/ssakelarios.my/j.php?MTID=m7a7c20aa310cb4758bb3ca26439b4690
- 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