Chapter meeting - October 20, 2017. Giveaways.

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ISSA Sacramento's October Chapter Meeting
(See further below for November's Chapter Meeting)

When: 20 Oct 2017, 11:30am - 1:00pm

Where: Rancho Cordova Library, 9845 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95827 (NOTE LOCATION is different from last month)

**UPDATE:
**There will be free prize drawing giveaways**
Several SanDisk USB 3.0 128 GB with portable encryption software
and to the luck winner a YubiKey from Yubico!

Please RSVP by Wednesday, 10/18, so we can order enough lunch for everyone.
http://sac.issa.org/node/109/register

ISSA Sacramento Chapter Meeting - Advanced Security

Topic:
Advanced Security Preparation

Blackberry Security Software will be discussing employee accountability
during a crisis, enhancing the productivity and security of the mobile
workforce (responders) along with Digital Rights Management of files after
they have been sent.

Speakers:
--Lanlan Pan: focuses on mobile security.

--Paul Neyman: focuses on AtHoc employee accountability and has
extensive experience with State and Federal agencies.

--Aaron Ronquillo: focuses on Electronic File Sync and Sharing/Digital
Rights Management.

--Don Clifton: is Blackberry's Sacramento-based Government contact.
He is responsible for all three solution areas.

--Griff Griffith: is the main commercial contact. He is also responsible for
all of the three above solution areas.

Team Bio:
The team has over 70 years of technology experience, including focus on People Security, Mobile Security &, File Security (DRM). All live in Northern California.

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ISSA Sacramento's November Chapter Meeting

When: Friday, 17 November 2017
Topic: Security and Best Practices in Public Cloud
Speaker: Check Point's Carl A. Neidhardt, GCIH CISSP CCSE
Where: Arden-Dimick Library, 891 Watt Avenue.

Presented by: Check Point Software Technologies, LTD.
Abstract: Public cloud computing has great potential to allow us to save on infrastructure costs, and accelerate the pace of development and deployment of line-of-business applications and services. However, there can be a mistaken assumption that the public cloud is ‘automagically’ secure by default. Recent data breaches in the news tell us that this is not the case. In this presentation, we will discuss some high-level aspects of security in the public cloud and compare these ideas with what we do in a traditional data center.

Bio:
Speaker Carl Neidhardt has worked in IT since 1986, for both the public and the private sector, including 11 years at Check Point Software. He holds a B.S. in Business Information Systems as well as the ISC2 CISSP and three AWS Associate level certifications. Carl is a regular presenter on security topics at local forums like the Cyber Security Symposium and the Sacramento ISSA Chapter.
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ISSA Sacramento Chapter Sponsors:

https://us.blackberry.com/ #Griff Griffith

https://www.randstadusa.com/technologies #Ross Jon & David Drury

https://www.bitdefender.com #Jessica Lynn & Jessica Molly LYNN

https://www.teksystems.com #Kathleen Jemmings

https://logrhythm.com/ #Shelley Silvas

Dates: 
Friday, October 20, 2017 - 11:30am to 1:00pm