ISSA Sacramento Valley Chapter Meeting - Friday, June 17, 11:30-1:00 v2

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Topic: What Pre-Breach Non-Technical Essentials Every Cyber Leader Needs Now and Why
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Abstract: Cybersecurity has been a ground war for more than 50 years and we are losing. Lawmakers have decided that a new air war of cyber-laws, compliance, and punishment for the negligent is needed that involves lawyers, risk managers, insurances, and exceptional written documentation demonstrating that business leaders and cyber leaders are doing the right thing, especially when no one is watching.

George Usi, an Open Standards Advocate and Renown Internet Pioneer, will present the Non-Geek Essentials every geek CISO, security analyst, and IT worker needs "beyond the technology" right now before a breach occurs so insurances, attorneys, and forensics experts can defend you and your business from steep sanctions in arrears of the breach.

After more than twenty-five years in internet open standards, networking, and security, George recognized that getting hacked in an Internet delivered world was a matter of when. He also recognized that cyber laws with the potential of steep fines for business leaders who neglect to illustrate cyber security diligence would evolve with more aggressive sanctions in arrears of hacker success. So, he ideated a goal to eliminate cyber risk and set a mission for Omnistruct to be the “safety airbag” of cyber compliance. With a continuous audit and documentation approach, business owners can protect consumer privacy rights when they ideate, illustrate, and continuously measure their cyber posture using a new US guideline in cyber risk developed by NIST.

George attended California State University Chico, is a graduate of California State University Sacramento and a graduate of the Stanford Latino Executive Initiative (SLEI-ed) and Latino Business Action Network (LBAN) Graduate School of Business certificate program.

Please register to join us for this Friday June 17 lunch hour presentation and chapter meeting from 11:30 to 1:00. The Zoom Meeting link will be sent to registered guests.

Friday, June 17, 2022 - 11:30am to 2:00pm