What we're about

The Portland CyberSecurity group (PCS) is for anyone interested in learning about latest Cyber Threats, Cyber Threat Intelligence, CyberSecurity opportunities, CyberSecurity start-ups, gaining knowledge in new and emerging CyberSecurity attacks and solutions, best practices, CyberSecurity education, etc. If you are looking for networking, security solutions, reliable CyberSecurity firms that can help with your security needs, or considering a career in CyberSecurity then, this is a group you want to be. All skill levels are welcome.

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Upcoming events (5)

Ethical Hacking Test Taking 101

Online event

Abstract: Learn about test-taking techniques and available resources to help you pass the Certified Ethical Hacking exam. Understand the types of resources that are available, how you can prepare, and what you can set up in your own environment to practice techniques you learn while studying. Learn about tips and tricks to get you ready to become CEH certified.

About the speaker: Dr. Byron K. Wallace presently works as a System Admin, in Houston, Texas for A Chemical & Manufacturing company. Currently, he evaluates and leads the team in efforts that are deemed necessary to test networks for vulnerabilities within the process control network within our organization. He obtained his undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology from Grambling State University and received his Master of Science degree. He also earned a Doctor of Management degree in Organizational Leadership with a specialization in Information Systems Technology. Recently he obtained a Master of Science degree in Cybersecurity Technology from the University of Maryland.

Byron was born and raised in Eunice, Louisiana; he currently resides in Houston, Texas. He is a father and a husband, by trying to be productive in both of those roles; Makes free time a precious commodity. He loves sports, spending time with family and friends, and mentoring his children.

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Data Protection 101 - Introduction to Data Protection

[Abstract]

Data protection should be in everyone’s mind. It should not just be a concern of corporations but individuals as well. Most people think they do not have anything valuable that others can take but your data is worth more than you think. Taking the appropriate steps can help reduce the risk of data loss. Have you ever thought about learning more about Data Protection and getting into this growing field?

In this webinar, we will look at ways to reduce the risk of data loss and also give you some tips on how to get into the Data Protection field.

[Speaker Bio]

Carolina is the Senior Manager of Data Protection & Insider Threat at United Airlines. In her role, Carolina ensures an appropriate level of data and privacy compliance. Prior to United, Carolina worked in Application Development at NiSource, a power company in Indiana. There, she was one of the two women in IT department. Carolina has over 10 years of experience in various areas of IT. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Purdue University. Originally from Mexico but residing in Indiana.

Along with taking on challenges in the cybersecurity world, she also provides mentoring to many interested in the field. As an advocate of diversity in the field, Carolina has mentored several young adults part of the non-profit program Year Up, many of them who have gone on to do big things in the cyber world. She also holds networking events with a close friend to talk about her culture and share the experiences of a Latina in the corporate world.

Carolina has learned to balance work and personal life, as a mom of 3 kids and 2 puppies she loves spending time with family, attending sports events, being their #1 fan and at the same time doing what she loves at United.

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A Day in The Life of a CISO: Randall Frietzche

Online event

Title: A Day in The Life of a CISO: Randall Frietzche

Abstract:
In this 4th of the CISO series, you'll explore the details on what daily cybersecurity looks like for a business.

What you'll gain from attending our CISO series:
Attendees will have the chance to have an informal and open discussion "fireside chat" style with an actual CISO!
Audience members will also have an opportunity to be an active voice and contribute to the much-needed diversity of thought in the ever growing field of cybersecurity
Learn the myriad of challenges and unique events across different domains from CISOs directly
Share how cyber security profressionals can get to the next level beyond just being good at their technical role
Walk away with a better and deeper understanding of the discipline of cybersecurity and how it affects all aspects of a business

Bio about this CISO:

Randall “Fritz” Frietzsche is the Chief Information Security (CISO) and Privacy Officer for Denver Health. Fritz previously worked for Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) for almost seven years, most recently as the Regional Information Security Officer for CHI’s QualChoice Health Plans.
Fritz has over 20 years’ experience in Information Technology, 15 years in Information Security and 10 years in Healthcare. Fritz holds a Master’s Degree in Information Security and Assurance, as well as the Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Ethical Hacker and Certified Hacking Forensics Investigator, along with 23 other IT and Information Security certifications.

Fritz is very involved in the Information Security industry, as a speaker, blogger and mentor. Fritz is a Distinguished Fellow with the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and was the President of the Louisville, KY ISSA chapter for 8 years. Fritz also teaches Information Security, ethical hacking and digital forensics as an Adjunct Professor, and Cybersecurity Risk Management for Harvard. Fritz started his career as a Deputy Sheriff in Indiana and is a graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy. Fritz has recently been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Toggle Magazine, and several other publications.

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Piloting the Linux Terminal

Online event

[Abstract]
Navigating shell systems is a foundational skill for computer security professionals. Adversaries and administrators alike can remotely control a computer through its terminal interface using protocols such as SSH. This is a critical skill you'll want to have be it on blue or red team, and in this presentation we'll introduce foundational terminal navigation and operation concepts on a Ubuntu Linux system.

[Speaker Bio]
David is a cybersecurity instructor based in Seattle. The principal curriculum developer of the first ever Code Fellows cyber ops bootcamp, David holds a masters degree in Cybersecurity & Information Assurance and has completed a number of certifications including Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and CompTIA Security+. When not teaching, David volunteers for Cybersecurity Non-Profit (CSNP) in an effort to provide career resources and create pathways for aspiring cyber professionals of tomorrow.

Follow David on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-lee-itpro/

CSNP's YouTube for his latest cyber stories podcast: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_2W3yaMyCwJ4f1A1Y3ba-qGxr2G33z3H

To learn more about Code Fellows: https://www.codefellows.org/

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Past events (32)

Network Traffic Analysis with Wireshark

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