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Upcoming Events

  • Tue 13 .
    Dec

    Join us for our annual ISSA/ISACA holiday mixer.

    Agenda

    • 12:30 - 1:30 – Lunch/Mingle
    • 1:30 - 1:40 – ISACA/ISSA updates/Chapter Announcements
    • 1:40 – 2:55 – Presentation 1: Patti Chrzan, Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit
    • 2:55 - 3:05 – Break/Setup next speaker
    • 3:05 - 4:20 – Presentation 2: Sameer Sait, CISO Arrow Electronics
    • 4:20 - 4:30 – Wrap up and Raffle
    • 4:30 - 5:30 – Happy hour.

     

     PRESENTATION 1:

    Speaker: Patti Chrzan, Sr Director, Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit

    Topic: Cybercrime: The emerging era of Cyberdefense and Cybercrime

    Bio: Patti Chrzan is a Member of executive leadership team in Digital Crimes Unit at Microsoft. She creates, nurtures/develops landing strategic programs related to our global cybercrime work across the key areas of 1) protecting vulnerable populations and 2) fighting malware and reducing digital risk. In addition, she works with the Ops team, engaging with enterprise customers through our HQ Cybercrime Center, driving education and accelerating opportunities. She presents training to field teams on CYBERSECURITY and the work we do related to the Trusted Cloud. The Center engages with CxOs and government elites on these topics Patti supervises Microsoft's Cybercrime Center and global satellite operations (30 locations WW) - showcasing Microsoft's big data analytics, and cloud-fueled approach to helping stop cybercrimes.

    Abstract: At the dawn of this cloud first/mobile first technology century, cybercrime has evolved and is growing exponentially. Enterprises like Sony, Anthem, Premera, Neiman Marcus, Target, Home Depot and others have had sensitive data compromised. Every second, 12 people become new cybercrime victims. Criminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated as the profits from cybercrime grow and there is insufficient deterrence. Companies and individuals need to be aware of these threats and do more to keep their data secure. In addition, consumers need to be educated about these threats and consumer scams which defraud them. Public/private partnerships is key to addressing these threats and to increasing deterrence through effective civil and criminal actions. Ms. Chrzan’s Shared Services team, within DCU, works across the spectrum of crimes the group focuses on to enable enforcement actions. Ms. Chrzan has been with Microsoft for 20 years and has a B.S. degree in Human Development from the University of Massachusetts. 

     PRESENTATION 2: 

    Speaker: Sameer Sait, CISO for Arrow Electronics

    Topic: Running Security for Colorado's Largest Company

    Bio: Sameer Sait is VP, IT & Chief Security Officer at Arrow Electronics, Colorado's largest employer, a Fortune 150 company with 2015 sales of $23.28 billion. At Arrow, he leads teams devoted to everything from IT governance, risk, and compliance to security operations and incident response. Prior to assuming his current position, Sameer led the information security program for MassMutual and all its subsidiaries. He has over 15 years of experience leading global, cross-functional teams with the majority of his experience in the financial services domain. Sameer has an M.S in Information Systems from Carnegie-Mellon University and a B.S in Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona.

     

    Tuesday, 13. December 2016 - 12:30 till 17:30
    Comedy Works - South 5345 Landmark Place Greenwood Village, CO 80111
    Annual ISSA/ISACA December Mixer
  • Tue 10 .
    Jan

    Speaker:

    Don Bailey

     

    Title:

    Asymptomatic Myopia

     

    Bio:

    Don A. Bailey was a founder of the IoT information security movement. He was the first car hacker. He was the first A-GPS hacker. He predicted remote GPS baseband attacks against mobile systems in 2011. He predicted the coming IoT security nightmare. He was given a DARPA grant to evaluate the IoT security risks. This work was transitioned to the now published GSMA IoT Security Guidelines. Previously the Director of Research at the world renowned iSEC Partners, Don is currently the founder of Lab Mouse Security, an IoT platforms startup.

     

    Abstract:

    We're familiar with the idea that technology increases our connectivity to one another. We're also familiar with the idea that technology unintentionally places people in social bubbles. What's fascinating is that we're beginning to see an evolution in self-induced technological myopia that will make even prior paranoid rhetoric look tame. 
     
    With the revolution of the Internet of Things, the physical and digital worlds are becoming unified into a seamless trans-human experience. When our lives are more entwined with Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Artificial Intelligence, through the use of IoT endpoints to provide sensor and environmental data, computers will be able to deliver more realistic *experiences* to us. This means that not only will information be tailored to our world view, but our experiences will be tailored to our world view. 
     

    What does this say about IoT from a security perspective? If we deploy mass amounts of sensors, endpoints, and applications that can be usurped by a malicious entity or unethical government, how can these devices be manipulated to further remove reality from our perspective? And, perhaps more importantly, will individuals *want* to know the difference?

    Tuesday, 10. January 2017 - 11:30 till 13:30
    January Chapter Meeting (Boulder)
  • Tue 10 .
    Jan

    Speaker:

    Don Bailey

     

    Title:

    Asymptomatic Myopia

     

    Bio:

    Don A. Bailey was a founder of the IoT information security movement. He was the first car hacker. He was the first A-GPS hacker. He predicted remote GPS baseband attacks against mobile systems in 2011. He predicted the coming IoT security nightmare. He was given a DARPA grant to evaluate the IoT security risks. This work was transitioned to the now published GSMA IoT Security Guidelines. Previously the Director of Research at the world renowned iSEC Partners, Don is currently the founder of Lab Mouse Security, an IoT platforms startup.

     

    Abstract:

    We're familiar with the idea that technology increases our connectivity to one another. We're also familiar with the idea that technology unintentionally places people in social bubbles. What's fascinating is that we're beginning to see an evolution in self-induced technological myopia that will make even prior paranoid rhetoric look tame. 
     
    With the revolution of the Internet of Things, the physical and digital worlds are becoming unified into a seamless trans-human experience. When our lives are more entwined with Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Artificial Intelligence, through the use of IoT endpoints to provide sensor and environmental data, computers will be able to deliver more realistic *experiences* to us. This means that not only will information be tailored to our world view, but our experiences will be tailored to our world view. 
     

    What does this say about IoT from a security perspective? If we deploy mass amounts of sensors, endpoints, and applications that can be usurped by a malicious entity or unethical government, how can these devices be manipulated to further remove reality from our perspective? And, perhaps more importantly, will individuals *want* to know the difference?

    Tuesday, 10. January 2017 - 17:00 till 19:00
    January Chapter Meeting (Downtown)
  • Wed 11 .
    Jan

    Speaker:

    Don Bailey

     

    Title:

    Asymptomatic Myopia

     

    Bio:

    Don A. Bailey was a founder of the IoT information security movement. He was the first car hacker. He was the first A-GPS hacker. He predicted remote GPS baseband attacks against mobile systems in 2011. He predicted the coming IoT security nightmare. He was given a DARPA grant to evaluate the IoT security risks. This work was transitioned to the now published GSMA IoT Security Guidelines. Previously the Director of Research at the world renowned iSEC Partners, Don is currently the founder of Lab Mouse Security, an IoT platforms startup.

     

    Abstract:

    We're familiar with the idea that technology increases our connectivity to one another. We're also familiar with the idea that technology unintentionally places people in social bubbles. What's fascinating is that we're beginning to see an evolution in self-induced technological myopia that will make even prior paranoid rhetoric look tame. 
     
    With the revolution of the Internet of Things, the physical and digital worlds are becoming unified into a seamless trans-human experience. When our lives are more entwined with Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Artificial Intelligence, through the use of IoT endpoints to provide sensor and environmental data, computers will be able to deliver more realistic *experiences* to us. This means that not only will information be tailored to our world view, but our experiences will be tailored to our world view. 
     
    What does this say about IoT from a security perspective? If we deploy mass amounts of sensors, endpoints, and applications that can be usurped by a malicious entity or unethical government, how can these devices be manipulated to further remove reality from our perspective? And, perhaps more importantly, will individuals *want* to know the difference?

    Wednesday, 11. January 2017 - 11:30 till 13:30
    January Chapter Meeting (DTC)
  • Thu 26 .
    Jan

     
    Sponsor:

     

    Event:

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

     

    Location:

    Baker St. Pub & Grill

    8101 E. Belleview Ave

    Denver, CO

     

    Date/Time:

    Thursday, January 26, 2017

    5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Thursday, 26. January 2017 - 17:30 till 19:30
    January Happy Hour - Baker St. Pub & Grill, DTC

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