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  • Tue 13 .
    Sep

     
    Sponsor:



    Palo Alto Networks is the next-generation security company maintaining trust in the digital age by helping tens of thousands of organizations worldwide prevent cyber breaches. With our deep cybersecurity expertise, commitment to innovation, and game-changing Next-Generation Security Platform, customers can confidently pursue a digital-first strategy and embark on new technology initiatives, such as cloud and mobility. This kind of thinking and know-how helps customer organizations grow their business and empower employees all while maintaining complete visibility and the control needed to protect their critical control systems and most valued data assets.
     

    Speaker:


    Jon Banks

    Dr. Jon J. Banks, EJD, CISSP, CEH

     
    Bio:

    Dr. Jon J. Banks, EJD, CISSP, CEH, has 18 years of diverse experience successfully building information security architectures and programs with a passion for bringing back common sense solutions to our profession. He spent the first nine years of his career hands-on as a security architect and engineer before moving into non-technical security roles. Dr. Banks has the rare distinction within our profession of having earned an Executive Juris Doctor degree in Law and Technology—a unique legal education which he has used to give back to our profession by publishing, presenting, and teaching on various topics in information security. His expertise spans numerous industries including Big Four consulting, retail, construction, transportation, chemicals, service providers, and healthcare in both the public and private sectors.

     
    Topic:

    Getting back to the basics of blocking and tackling in Security Architecture.

     
    Abstract:

    For two decades, common sense security architecture has been replaced by bleeding edge security products and numerous standards, regulations, and frameworks have been written dictating every aspect of our security infrastructure—all of which has made us less secure. If you need proof of this, just read the headlines. Today, hackers are repeatedly bypassing the latest security products and breaching “compliant” organizations of all sizes in many cases using simple exploits that are over 20 years old. Why? Like anything you build, in order for it to stand strong, it must be built starting with a solid foundation. This presentation will show you 10 commons security architecture mistakes organizations of all sizes seem to make and give you three basic, common sense architectural solutions you can use to build a strong security architecture foundation and make your organization’s security architecture more secure.

     

     

    Tuesday, 13. September 2016 - 11:30 till 13:30
    September Chapter Meeting (Boulder)
  • Tue 13 .
    Sep

     
    Sponsor:



    Palo Alto Networks is the next-generation security company maintaining trust in the digital age by helping tens of thousands of organizations worldwide prevent cyber breaches. With our deep cybersecurity expertise, commitment to innovation, and game-changing Next-Generation Security Platform, customers can confidently pursue a digital-first strategy and embark on new technology initiatives, such as cloud and mobility. This kind of thinking and know-how helps customer organizations grow their business and empower employees all while maintaining complete visibility and the control needed to protect their critical control systems and most valued data assets.
     

    Speaker:


    Jon Banks

    Dr. Jon J. Banks, EJD, CISSP, CEH

     
    Bio:

    Dr. Jon J. Banks, EJD, CISSP, CEH, has 18 years of diverse experience successfully building information security architectures and programs with a passion for bringing back common sense solutions to our profession. He spent the first nine years of his career hands-on as a security architect and engineer before moving into non-technical security roles. Dr. Banks has the rare distinction within our profession of having earned an Executive Juris Doctor degree in Law and Technology—a unique legal education which he has used to give back to our profession by publishing, presenting, and teaching on various topics in information security. His expertise spans numerous industries including Big Four consulting, retail, construction, transportation, chemicals, service providers, and healthcare in both the public and private sectors.

     
    Topic:

    Getting back to the basics of blocking and tackling in Security Architecture.

     
    Abstract:

    For two decades, common sense security architecture has been replaced by bleeding edge security products and numerous standards, regulations, and frameworks have been written dictating every aspect of our security infrastructure—all of which has made us less secure. If you need proof of this, just read the headlines. Today, hackers are repeatedly bypassing the latest security products and breaching “compliant” organizations of all sizes in many cases using simple exploits that are over 20 years old. Why? Like anything you build, in order for it to stand strong, it must be built starting with a solid foundation. This presentation will show you 10 commons security architecture mistakes organizations of all sizes seem to make and give you three basic, common sense architectural solutions you can use to build a strong security architecture foundation and make your organization’s security architecture more secure.

     

     

    Tuesday, 13. September 2016 - 17:00 till 19:00
    September Chapter Meeting (Downtown)
  • Wed 14 .
    Sep

     
    Sponsor:



    Palo Alto Networks is the next-generation security company maintaining trust in the digital age by helping tens of thousands of organizations worldwide prevent cyber breaches. With our deep cybersecurity expertise, commitment to innovation, and game-changing Next-Generation Security Platform, customers can confidently pursue a digital-first strategy and embark on new technology initiatives, such as cloud and mobility. This kind of thinking and know-how helps customer organizations grow their business and empower employees all while maintaining complete visibility and the control needed to protect their critical control systems and most valued data assets.
     

    Speaker:


    Jon Banks

    Dr. Jon J. Banks, EJD, CISSP, CEH

     
    Bio:

    Dr. Jon J. Banks, EJD, CISSP, CEH, has 18 years of diverse experience successfully building information security architectures and programs with a passion for bringing back common sense solutions to our profession. He spent the first nine years of his career hands-on as a security architect and engineer before moving into non-technical security roles. Dr. Banks has the rare distinction within our profession of having earned an Executive Juris Doctor degree in Law and Technology—a unique legal education which he has used to give back to our profession by publishing, presenting, and teaching on various topics in information security. His expertise spans numerous industries including Big Four consulting, retail, construction, transportation, chemicals, service providers, and healthcare in both the public and private sectors.

     
    Topic:

    Getting back to the basics of blocking and tackling in Security Architecture.

     
    Abstract:

    For two decades, common sense security architecture has been replaced by bleeding edge security products and numerous standards, regulations, and frameworks have been written dictating every aspect of our security infrastructure—all of which has made us less secure. If you need proof of this, just read the headlines. Today, hackers are repeatedly bypassing the latest security products and breaching “compliant” organizations of all sizes in many cases using simple exploits that are over 20 years old. Why? Like anything you build, in order for it to stand strong, it must be built starting with a solid foundation. This presentation will show you 10 commons security architecture mistakes organizations of all sizes seem to make and give you three basic, common sense architectural solutions you can use to build a strong security architecture foundation and make your organization’s security architecture more secure.

     

     

    Wednesday, 14. September 2016 - 11:30 till 13:30
    September Chapter Meeting (Denver DTC)
  • Thu 22 .
    Sep

     

    Sponsor:

     

    Forcepoint™ was created to empower organizations to drive their business forward by safely embracing transformative technologies – cloud, mobility, Internet of Things (IoT), and others – through a unified, cloud-centric platform that safeguards users, networks and data while eliminating the inefficiencies involved in managing a collection of point security products. 

     

    Event:

    Join Denver's amazing Information Security community for a couple of drinks and relaxed networking opportunity!

     

    Thursday, 22. September 2016 - 17:30 till 19:30
    TBD
    ISSA September Happy Hour

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