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September 2018

Access Control Systems

September 18, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Access control should comprise something you have, something you know, and something you are. Barcode, barium ferrite, magnetic strip, Weigland, proximity, and Hollerith are types of card or badge readers. Barriers restrict or impede access, are continuous, and deter threats. Locks are mechanical or electrical. Containers are classified by the Underwriters Association and categorized as burglary, record, and media. Area classification is controlled, limited, and exclusion. Roger Roehr will present detail of each providing insight to what goes on behind…

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October 2018

Weaponized Information, crafting reality, and targeting the world’s most exploitable information systems

October 16, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Some believe 'cyberspace' is an operational environment that involves aspects of the physical, informational, and cognitive. In recent years, we have seen how these environments can be targeted, attacked, and/or exploited for nefarious purposes by adversaries ranging from criminals to foreign nations. Although some argue this represents a new form of warfare, it actually has its roots deep in history and simply is the latest example of adversaries using all available tools to acheive their goals. From social media, so-called…

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Cyber Career Panel: Getting Hired in Cyber

October 17, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

A panel of cybersecurity recruiters will share their tips and advice for successfully getting job in cyber. They will discuss the current hiring landscape, networking strategies, the importance of gaining the right qualifications (certifications, training, and education), building your professional experience, developing your resume, and preparing for interviews. Learn how to stand out from the crowd!

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November 2018

Approaching Cybersecurity Law – A Guide for Information Security Professionals

November 20, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Cybersecurity law is a confusing subject. There are many different types of laws, which affect different organizations in different ways. This presentation provides insight in how to consider cybersecurity law as a discipline, and dispels the notion that law as a tool is all powerful. In fact, law can be quite limited, slow, and backward looking. Finally, the presentation ends with a discussion of the future of cybersecurity law, and how to identify the coming trends.

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January 2019

Breaking into #Cyber / Lab Setup & Tools

It's that time again! After a few months off for some much-needed rest, we're back at it and ready to start the year off right! Join us on Tuesday, January 29th as we discuss how to Break into the Cybersecurity industry and how to set up a lab at home or work to practice using tools to gain valuable hands-on experience. These two "Beginner" sessions are perfect for anyone looking to either transition into the information security field or gain…

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March 2019

Meetup: Breaking into #Cyber / Lab Setup & Tools

Join us on Tuesday, March 12th as we discuss how to Break into the #Cybersecurity industry and how to set up a lab at home or work to practice using tools to gain valuable hands-on experience. These two "Beginner" sessions are perfect for anyone looking to transition into the information security field or gain additional knowledge on educational and professional resources, mentorship, and job opportunities. This will also be a great opportunity to practice your networking skills :-). Agenda 5:30…

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20 Ways to Undermine your Security Program

There's policy, and then there's reality. All too often, security teams find their efforts overridden or bypassed. Here are some tips on how to engage your stakeholders and keep your program moving forward. Speaker Bio Tom Hallewell works for the Government. He's worked in just about every area of cybersecurity, and has scars to prove it. He's also VP of Programs for ISSA-DC. Hopefully this talk will help you avoid getting them yourself.

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April 2019

Appsec in your Clouds

As cloud infrastructure and platform (IaaS/PaaS) providers differentiate their offerings, many organizations are adopting a multi-cloud strategy to leverage the best of what each world offers. Securing a multi-cloud environment presents challenges, as we need to ensure core controls are replicated across different stacks. We need to protect serverless functions, container orchestration systems, Identity & Access Management (IAM), big data workloads, DevOps pipelines, and secure networking & content delivery across different operating environments. This presentation focuses on managing security in…

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