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ISSA Sacramento Valley Chapter Meeting - 5/19/2023 11:30a-13:00p

Speaker: JEFFREY WHEATMAN, SVP, Cyber Risk Evangelist, Black Kite

Topic: Communicating Cybersecurity and IT Risk Issues to Non-IT Audiences

Tech "Tuesday" (but on Wednesday), 1/25/2023 6-9pm

Attend via Zoom
This will be a virtual meeting on Zoom led by ISSA Sacramento Director of Education Charles Blas. The Zoom link will be posted shortly before the meeting.

ISSA Sacramento Valley Chapter Meeting - 3/17/2023 11:30a-13:00p

Speaker: Dmitry Bezrukov, ITsecura.com and issa-sac

Topic: ConfigServer Security and Firewall 

ISSA Chapter Holiday Party, Friday, December 9, 11:30a-1:30p

This month, we'll have our chapter meeting earlier in the month (to avoid crowding the holidays). After lunch, we'll play a security quiz game with prizes for the top three finishers.

This event is being sponsored by Check Point Software, Juniper Networks and Optiv.

Lunch is free for members. Members may bring a guest, but guests are requested to pay to help defray the cost of lunch.

Member sign up deadline is December 6th at Midnight.
Guest sign up deadline is December 4th.
Guest price $31.00 (billed via Paypal, which can be paid by credit card)

ISSA Sacramento Valley Chapter Meeting - 10/21/2022 11:30-13:00

Speaker: Trinh Ngo and Tim Swaney, Blue Shield of California – ATTEND
Topic: GRC techniques and tools for choosing controls, managing risk, and passing audits
Obtain the slide deck from here.

This is a co-event with the Sacramento ISACA chapter.

ISSA Sacramento Valley Chapter Meeting - 9/16/2022 11:30-13:00

Speaker: Jonathan "JT" Taylor, Consulting and Sales Engineer, Cybereason — ATTEND WEBCAST
Topic: Cyber Disaster Ranges: A Symbiotic Partnership

ISSA Sacramento Chapter Meeting - 11:30 AM Friday, 19 August 2022

Speaker: Sherry Ger, Solutions Architect, Snyk Limited —
Topic: Cloud Native Application Security: Embracing Developer First Security for the Cloud Era

ISSA Sacramento Valley Chapter Meeting - 11:30am Friday, 15 July 2022

Click to Attend The Internet of Things We are reminded more and more often nowadays that our many Internet connected devices can be vulnerable to malicious attack. Because many of our users are working from home, that means there can be impact from refrigerators, smart TVs, sprinkler systems, etc.

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