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2022 Central Ohio InfoSec Summit - Hybrid
United States | Ohio, Columbus
May 5, 2022

United States | Illinois, Chicago
April 7, 2022

ISSA Cyber Executive Forum April 2022
United States | Louisiana, New Orleans
April 21, 2022

Northern Colorado ISSA May 2022 Chapter Meeting
United States | Colorado, Fort Collins
May 12, 2022

Rochester Security Summit 2022
United States | New York, Rochester
October 12, 2022

ICS/OT Cyber Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Incidents: Past and Present
United States | Maryland, Columbia
July 27, 2022

ISSA Cyber Executive Forum 2022
United States | Florida, Lake Buena Vista
September 24, 2022

Data-Centric Security Trends: Secure Your Cloud Data Now 2022
United States | Virginia, Vienna
August 17, 2022

Privacy SIG: Operationalising Privacy in Small & Mid-Sized Organizations
United States | Virginia, Vienna
August 16, 2022

Peak Cyber Symposium & Cybersecurity Summit for Small Businesses 2022
United States | Colorado, Colorado Springs
September 14, 2022

Triangle InfoSecCon 2022
United States | North Carolina, Raleigh
September 9, 2022

ISSA Chicago Annual Secure XV Cruise 2023
United States | Illinois, Chicago
June 15, 2023

InfoSec Nashville 2023
United States | Tennessee, Nashville
September 26, 2023

Threat Level Midnight Conference 2023
United States | Georgia, Columbus
October 21, 2023

Pittsburgh Chapter of ISSA: Information Security Forum 2023
United States | Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
May 19, 2023

ISSA-LA Information Security Summit XIII
United States | California, Santa Monica
October 5, 2023

ISSA Cyber Executive Forum May 2023
United States | Maryland, Oxon Hill
May 18, 2023

The Rochester Security Summit: 2023
United States | New York, Rochester
October 25, 2023

August Cyber Executive Forum 2023
United States | Nevada, Las Vegas
August 5, 2023

ISSA Cyber Executive Forum August 2023
United States | Nevada, Las Vegas
August 5, 2023

Information Systems Security Association-Chicago Chapter Meeting
United States | Illinois, Rosemont
September 14, 2023

More Information On Their Events

ISSA is the community of choice for worldwide cybersecurity professionals who are committed to growing their careers, managing technological risk, and safeguarding key data and infrastructure.

The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) is a worldwide non-profit association of information security professionals and practitioners. It offers educational seminars, publications, and peer interaction opportunities to its members to help them improve their knowledge, skills, and professional progress.

ISSA Cyber Executive Forum April 2022

This is a CISO and security practitioner-led seminar aimed at our Cyber Executive members and qualified visitors.

The ISSA Cyber Executive Forum is a calm and discreet atmosphere where you may meet with your cyber-security and risk management colleagues, industry experts, and carefully chosen security suppliers. They talk about real-world security initiatives, share real-world scenarios, and share what they’ve learned.

Northern Colorado ISSA May 2022 Chapter Meeting

Karen Worstell, VMware’s Sr. Cybersecurity Strategist, and Howler is well-known for her work as a CISO for well-known companies including Russell Investments, Microsoft, and AT&T Wireless. She served in research and consulting roles at Boeing Research and Technology, SRI International, NIST, Aerospace Industries Association, US Department of Commerce Computer Systems Security and Privacy Advisory Board, and multiple standards bodies as one of the pioneer leaders in all aspects of information and internet security.

Worstell writes to a variety of publications and talks at worldwide industry events on a variety of themes, including security, innovation, creativity, and ideas for enhancing women’s participation and equity in the digital field.

Rochester Security Summit 2022

During the month of October, which is designated as National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the Rochester Security Summit serves as a community focal point for education and awareness. It is organized in conjunction with partners from higher education, business, and industry.

In order to enlighten local security and IT experts, business managers, organizations, and our community on how to secure information systems and data, the Summit will feature speakers and panels. A quality event needs sponsors, therefore we provide participants access to an exhibit space where industry leaders may share more information. Everyone is welcome to take part in the programs as a volunteer in the preparation and execution of the event. Your company and our community may gain from improved security procedures with your assistance and backing.

ICS/OT Cyber Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Incidents: Past and Present

Discover new ICS threat groupings, vulnerabilities, and insights from the field, including incident response case studies of previously unreported occurrences, by taking a close look at past case studies and new research from 2021. This presentation will provide a primer and ground-truth realities on what actually occurs in our industrial contexts.

Ben Miller, at Dragos, has more than 20 years of expertise in information security, Ben has specialized in the special difficulties of protecting and safeguarding industrial control systems. He started his career in critical infrastructure as the owner of an electric asset, where he was in charge of identifying threats and taking action across a Fortune 150 company. During this time, he learned about the security issues that can arise in nuclear, transmission, and generation environments. Ben then started working at North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC). Ben collaborated extensively with government agencies and businesses on a range of risks, vulnerabilities, and other issues pertaining to the North American bulk electric system in what would eventually become the Electricity Information Sharing and Analysis Center (E-ISAC). He regularly contributes to a number of journals and is a skilled conference speaker. He spends his free time in Maryland with his family, enjoying the simple pleasures of outdoor cooking.

ISSA Cyber Executive Forum 2022

This event is being driven by CISOs and security practitioners, and its primary purpose is to provide our Cyber Executive members and qualified visitors with useful information.

At the ISSA Cyber Executive Forum, you will have the opportunity to network in a casual and private setting with your colleagues in the fields of cybersecurity and risk management, as well as professionals from related industries and carefully chosen security suppliers. The presenters talk about actual security initiatives, exchange examples from the real world, and gain knowledge from one another.

Attendees of this event will be eligible to earn 8 CPE credits.

Data-Centric Security Trends: Secure Your Cloud Data Now 2022

Data drives business and better data supplied quicker drives competitive advantage. During every stage of its existence, this priceless data must, of course, be guarded against unauthorized access and compromise. However, businesses handle their data and ensure its security in a disorganized and haphazard manner. How can businesses increase the safety of their data while at the same time simplifying how users access it?

The response is that this difficulty can only be overcome by transitioning to a data-centric security architecture AND by fostering collaboration between the data and security teams in order to construct a “single source of truth.”

Privacy SIG: Operationalising Privacy in Small & Mid-Sized Organizations

The process of operationalizing and implementing privacy is a challenging endeavor for any organization. Even more so for smaller businesses like SMBs, which typically have fewer resources and less access to specialized knowledge. If businesses want to remain in business, however, it is imperative for them to adhere to all privacy regulations that are now in effect.

During this workshop, we will discuss a strategy and methodology for implementing privacy in small and medium-sized businesses.

Peak Cyber Symposium & Cybersecurity Summit for Small Businesses 2022

The Colorado Springs Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) will now co-host this event with the Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The 12th Annual Peak Cyber Symposium & Cybersecurity Summit for Small Businesses will be the new event name. The event dates will remain the same, from September 14 to September 16, 2022. The symposium and summit will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The Peak Cyber Symposium & Cybersecurity Summit for Small Businesses is intended to educate Cybersecurity, Information Management, Information Technology, Communications Professionals, and Small Business Owners by providing a forum to discuss some of today’s most pressing cybersecurity threats, remediation strategies, and best practices.

Triangle InfoSecCon 2022

Triangle InfoSeCon is the Raleigh Chapter of the Information System Security Association’s flagship event and the area’s largest annual information security conference. The goal of this event is simple: to train and educate as many individuals as possible about the importance of information security. To that end, they provide training activities during their monthly meetings and have an annual CISSP Review.

Furthermore, they support the Cyber Patriot program, which aims to get high school students interested in and involved in information security. Finally, they offer grants to local schools to help with information security education. As an organization, they think that information security is both present and future.

InfoSec Nashville 2023

This is one of the more interesting cybersecurity conferences in Tennessee.

The Music City Center in downtown Nashville will play host to the InfoSec Nashville Conference 2023 on September 26 and 27, organized by ISSA Middle Tennessee. The conference will be held for the 22nd time this year! We are extending the conference to a day and a half for the first time. A Capture the Flag competition oriented toward security practitioners of all levels will take place throughout the first half of the day.

For a full day of captivating speakers and networking opportunities, InfoSec Nashville brings together technologists and security experts, ranging from students to CISOs. Two keynote speakers, four tracks of breakout sessions, informal flash sessions, and a bustling exhibition floor are all featured during the conference. The cost of conference entry includes parking, lunch, and a cocktail reception with giveaways in the afternoon.

Threat Level Midnight

“Threat Level Midnight” is a one-day event that will deliver insights, best practices, and emerging trends in cybersecurity with industry thought leaders. The event will take place between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm.

The registration fee includes both breakfast and lunch, in addition to parking. Members of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) have access to discount codes; for further information, please get in touch with the Columbus, Georgia Branch.

Pittsburgh Chapter of ISSA: Information Security Forum 2023

This event is free and open to the public. AITP, Greater Pittsburgh CIO Group, Greater Pittsburgh CISO Group, InfraGard, ISACA, ISC2, ISSA, OWASP, Pittsburgh Technology Council, Steel City InfoSec, and TRCPA members pay a $15 advance registration fee.

The non-member fee is $20.00, while the student fee is $25.00.

Please RSVP to Mike Sotace for this event. Make it clear whether you are a member of an organization or a non-member, student, or vendor.

NOTE: Vendors who are not current members of the ISSA Pittsburgh Chapter or current chapter sponsors, or who have not secured a vendor booth for the forum, will be charged a $50 registration fee.

This event is payable in cash or by cheque (no credit cards accepted). Registration for the forum includes a continental breakfast and a buffet lunch. Attending the forum will earn you 8 CPE credits.

Early registration is necessary, with the deadline being Friday, May 12, 2023.

Following the deadline, there will be a $25.00 registration cost for members of the aforementioned organizations and a $30.00 registration fee for non-members.

This is their charity event. The remaining funds will be donated to Life Changing Service Dogs For Veterans.

The Rochester Security Summit: 2023

The Rochester Security Summit has been a significant regional event in the field of information security ever since it was first held in 2006. This event brings together a wide variety of specialists and professionals from the industry. It acts as a community focal point for education and awareness; it fosters conversation, knowledge sharing, and networking to assist in driving innovation and addressing the increasing issues in the security landscape. This event is held yearly during the month designated as National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Our objective is to provide the attendees with the most up-to-date knowledge and techniques, covering everything from developing trends to specific insights, so that they may improve their cybersecurity operations.

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