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Simple 120 SE Clay St Floor 2, Portland, OR 97214

120 SE Clay St Floor 2
Portland, OR 97214, United States (map)

Future events happening here

  • Tuesday
    Nov 13 2018
    Ignite: TAO Health v6

    1 mic, 5 minutes, 20 slides, 300 peers in the audience... no pressure, right?

    What is Ignite TAO: Health?

    Ignite TAO: Health is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have a burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more.

    Ignite TAO: Health will focus on topics around wellness, pharmaceuticals, software, medical devices, healthcare and more. What new products, services or research can really take healthcare to the next level? What new ideas could make the world of healthcare better - for patients, for doctors, or for everyone? Speakers are from the local Portland community with representatives across many verticals - we want to hear from you!

    Why attend Ignite TAO?

    As an attendee, you'll learn about emerging, innovative, unconventional, inspiring, locally-sourced concepts and tools, and connect with a diverse and passionate crowd of like-minded health innovation enthusiasts. Most of all, you will have fun!

    Speaker Lineup

    Chris Strahl - How Design Systems Increase Speed to Market in Healthcare Melissa Booker - The Human Side of Data Brett Stern - A Better Tasting Colonscopy Prep Andrea McBeth - The Human Holobiont: A Philosophy of Medicine Through the Lens of the Microbiome Ted Helprin - A Shortcut Through the Cone of Uncertainty David Farrell - New Risk Factor for Heart Attacks and Strokes Jennifer Stoll - Learning on Social Determinants of health collection within community health centers electronic health records Noah Berlow - Your cancer has returned, what would YOU like to do? Eliott Parker - Benefits of Clinical 3D Printing Andrea Downing - Brave Bosom Brian Martin - The Future of Medicine Adrienne Zell - Letting Daylight in on Magic: Measuring the Impact of Health Interventions Richard Coffey - How can healthcare use serverless? Amy Jones - Addressing Gender Violence in Medical Training


Past events that happened here

  • Tuesday
    Oct 23 2018
    Audit Lightning Talk & Social: 4-5 Speakers From Local Professional Organizations

    REGISTRATION & NETWORKING: 5:30pm – 6:00pm

    LIGHTNING TALK: 6:00pm – 7:00pm

    NETWORKING: 7:00pm – 7:30pm

    [Pizza, salad and beer/cider will be provided]

    [Public parking on the street]

    PRICING: FREE (We will have a waitlist available, so if unable to come, please cancel your registration so others can attend)

    The IIA Portland and ISACA Chapters are proud to present our first ever audit lightning talk event. Think TEDTalk! The goal of lightning talks is to articulate a topic in a quick, insightful, and clear manner. We will have a variety of presenters that will share their ideas a topic of their choice for 10 minutes with some additional time for questions. You will hear a lot of interesting information and hear unique viewpoints. Topics correlate to audit, information security, risk, fraud, or professional development. Please join us for this one-of-a kind event! Plus, the event is free and dinner and an adult beverage are included! How can you go wrong?

    Speaker Topics:

    Motorcycles and the art of risk-taking as an Auditor: Navigating the twists and turns of your career can be both crushing, dizzying, and yes beautiful. Make bad choices and you could deal with years of regret. Accepting unplanned route changes can be very tough, hard on the ego, and downright scary. The trek of the last 10 years or so took my family through losing loved ones, a layoff from a bailout company (yes one of the ones who went to DC in a private jet to ask for money), income reductions, grad school, and being open to interesting opportunities that have taken me around the world. Luckily, I have the support of my wife and partner and together we've worked through many challenges in our lives together, as a team. Through relentless support and sometimes brute force, we've navigated bumps in the road and found balance by getting more comfortable with ambiguity and risk. I'd love to share a few minutes of ideas about my journey, how it changed several times without my consent, and offer some ways to think ahead about personal risk taking.

    The Recipe to an Auditor’s Success: Lauren and Taylor will give their perspective of what clients can do to avoid common pitfalls during audit engagements and ways to help your favorite auditors succeed.

    Keys to a Successful Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Implementation: Implement the foundational elements to accelerate business performance. RPA is the application of technology that allows employees in a company to configure computer software or a ‘robot’ to capture and interpret existing applications for processing a transaction, manipulating data, triggering responses and communicating with other digital systems.

    More topics to come!

    SPEAKER BIOS: Eric Jenkins is a leader with experience in Enterprise Risk and Audit. He's worked for an interesting mix of companies, including America Online, GMAC, and Deutsche Bank, and has landed in the beautiful Northwest. He helps great companies work through financial crime and technology problems. In his free time he loves riding motorcycles and playing music whenever he can. Eric is a MBA, CAMS, CISA, and CRISC.

    Lauren Overton: Started her career with Moss Adams in 2013. Her client experience ranges over various industries with a focus in manufacturing and distribution, construction, and healthcare in both the private and public sectors. Lauren’s favorite part of her job is the ability to gain an understanding of how different companies operate; whether that be discussing future projections with the CFO or reviewing a control process with a staff accountant. Outside of the normal work week, Lauren enjoys taking advantage of the Portland “foodie scene”, fostering rescue animals, spoiling her own pooch and going to see live music with her husband.

    Taylor Schimbke joined public accounting in 2014 and provides accounting, auditing, and consulting services to a wide variety of clients, with a passionate focus in the construction, forest products, and distribution industries. Recently, Taylor undertook a job rotation with the IT Assurance group at Moss Adams and is primarily focused on IT SOX compliance. She is helping to lead the firm’s initiative to develop skilled IT auditors and encourage collaboration and synergy across the assurance practice. In her free time, Taylor is a novice gardener and loves spending time outdoors with her golden retriever, Kobe.

    Zefren Edior is alumni of California State University Polytechnic Institute of Pomona, and he volunteers and spends time engaging youth in technology training and awareness, and engages HS and collegiate students through technology competitions and general outreach on professional development. He joined the Bank in December 2016, by way of Kaiser Permanente (Information & Web Application Security Engineering), EY (Advisory, Information Risk Management), Crowe Horwath (Advisory, Technology Risk Management, Silicon Valley), and KPMG (Advisory, GRC & Integration). Zefren is a thought leader in Data, Technology, and Information Security, and Risk Management, and he executes and delivers.

  • Tuesday
    Sep 18 2018
    OWASP Portland Chapter Meeting - SAST and the Bad Human Code Project

    SAST and the Bad Human Code Project

    Static application security testing (SAST) is the automated analysis of source code both in its text and compiled forms. Lint is considered to be one of the first tools to analyze source code and this year marks its 40th anniversary. Even though it wasn't explicitly searching for security vulnerabilities back then, it did flag suspicious constructs. Today there are a myriad of tools to choose from both open source and commercial. We’ll talk about things to consider when evaluating web application scanners then turn our attention to finding additional ways to aggregate and correlate data from other sources such as git logs, code complexity analyzers and even rosters of students who completed secure coding training in an attempt to build a predictive vulnerability model for any new application that comes along. We’re also looking for people to contribute to a new open source initiative called “The Bad Human Code Project.” The goal is to create a one-stop corpus of intentionally vulnerable code snippets in as many languages as possible.

    Speaker's Bio: John L. Whiteman is a web application security engineer at Oregon Health and Science University. He builds security tools and teaches a hands-on secure coding class to developers, researchers and anyone else interested in protecting data at the institution. He previously worked as a security researcher for Intel's Open Source Technology Center. John recently completed a Master of Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology specializing in Interactive Intelligence. He loves talking with like-minded people who are interested in building the next generation of security controls using technologies such as machine learning and AI.