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Thursday
Apr 23, 2009
NW ISSA Security Conference

The NW ISSA Security Conference is part of a continued ambitious community outreach program for ISSA-Oregon Chapter. The goal of our program is to provide decision makers, stakeholders, and professionals with the knowledge and understanding they need to more effectively secure their organization’s sensitive information and comply with emerging information privacy laws and regulations.

Travel budgets cut, but still want the professional development in 2009? Want 7 CPE Credit Hours for less than $65? Don’t miss this local, but quality conference for security

Topics for 2009 include:

  • Future Security Implications of Cloud Computing & Social Media
  • Botnets and the Army of Darkness
  • Windows 7.0 Sneak Peek
  • Implementing the SDL to Improve Organizations’ ROI
  • Leveraging e-Discovery to Keep Security Funding
  • Much more
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Thursday
Apr 21, 2011
NW ISSA Security Summit

Hosted by the ISSA – Portland Chapter, the NW ISSA Security Summit, held in conjunction with InnoTech Oregon, returns April 21st to the Oregon Convention Center. Join us for this one-day, in-depth conference that highlights the latest in the IT Security landscape. If you only go to one conference this year, make this the one!

The NW ISSA Security Summit will feature three (3) distinct conference tracks: 1) Business

2) Application Development

3) Technology

Each track will be comprised of top notch sessions from leading industry professionals. Whether you are an application developer, security manager, IT manager, engineer, auditors, CISO, CTO, Project Manager, or just simply interested in the security sector, the Summit is meaningful to you. Mark your calendars for April 21st and we’ll see you there! Go to www.nwsecuritysummit.com to REGISTER and more information.

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Wednesday
Feb 8, 2012
SIM Monthly Meeting
Embassy Suites Portland--Downtown

Presentation by Robert Strictland of Stickland Consulting LLC., on the realities of Mobility and its use as the optimal distribution endpoint for Big Data.

Explore why mobility solutions are challenged by interrelated decisions that cross applications development, infrastructure, security, and risk management. Gain a perspective on why mobility is an Enterprise issue and as IT leaders we need to focus on creating blueprints, business driven policies, and BYOD programs that help build high value mobile Enterprises.

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Thursday
Apr 16, 2015
ISSA Portland - Zero Days, Ghost Malware, and Other Current Trends
Con-Way

Please join ISSA Portland for our monthly chapter lunch meeting presenting the topic of: Zero Days, Ghost Malware, and Other Current Trends, Presented by FireEye.

You can register at the link below until Monday April 13, 2015: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/monthly-chapter-meeting-threat-intelligence-and-zero-day-malware-tickets-16218230163

When: Thursday – April 16, 2015 – 11:30 to 1pm (PST) – doors open at 11am. Then event will end at 1:00PM.
Lunch will be provided.

Presentation: Zero Days, Ghost Malware, and Other Current Trends

Tobin Sears currently leads the Western region systems engineering team at FireEye – an organization dedicated to protecting enterprises and governments against the next generation of cyber-attacks through the use of a purpose-built, virtual machine-based security platform. His expertise in the Web security space has led him to architect and consult on an extensive portfolio of secure infrastructure projects worldwide. Prior to FireEye, Tobin held various positions at F5, McAfee/Secure Computing, and NetApp. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

Price:
The chapter meeting is subsidized by chapter memberships and sponsors. There is a nominal fee of $10 (member) or $25 (non-member) for preregistered attendees. Walk in attendee’s are welcome but will be charged $30 cash at the door. If you wish to become a member, please visit http://portland.issa.org/join-issa-portland/

CPEs: The chapter maintains proof of attendance for members but it is the member’s responsibility to ensure that these CPE's are credited to their respective accounts. This luncheon will offer 1 CPE per hour of attendance.

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Thursday
Oct 22, 2015
ISSA Portland SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) Symposium
Sintenel Hotel

Please join us for this symposium on SIEM. Presentations will be provided by IBM, GBProtect and TripWire., and the topics include models for SIEM deployment and SOC optimization, a methodology to bring new sources into a SIEM, and how using SIEM technology and multiple sets of data can shorten time to detection and response. There will also be an interactive panel discussion on SIEM. The agenda and full presentation descriptions can be found in the Eventbrite registration link.

This is a half-day event that will provide 4 hours of CPEs. Lunch will be provided. The fee for this symposium is $10(member) or $30 (non-member) for preregistered attendees. Walk in attendee’s are welcome but will be charged $50 cash at the door. If you wish to become a member, please visit http://portland.issa.org/join-issa-portland.

Please use the Eventbrite link above to register for the event.

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Thursday
Apr 20, 2017
Portland ISSA Cloud Symposium
Nike Victory (EDO)

Please join ISSA Portland April Symposium presenting the topic of: Cloud Security Symposium

You can register at the link below until end of day Tuesday April 18, 2017 for the early registration pricing.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/issa-portland-april-2017-cloud-security-symposium-tickets-33123690851?ref=ecal

Space is limited, so please register soon.

When: Thursday – April 20, 2017 – 8:30am to 1:30pm

Agenda:

8:30am – Doors open 9 AM – Case Study: Implementing CASB @ Deloitte Paul Sukhu, Senior Manager | Cyber Risk Services
10 AM – Cloud Automation & Security Bots - DivvyCloud - Jeremy Snyder
11AM - Container Security – Twistlock - Joshua Thorngren 12-12:30 PM – Lunch Is Served 12:30-1:30 PM – Micros-Segmentation (Speaker TBD)

Where:

Nike Victory (EDO) 15475 SW Koll Pkwy Beaverton, OR 97006

Price: The chapter meeting is subsidized by chapter memberships and sponsors. There is a nominal fee of $10 (member) or $25 (non-member) for preregistered attendees. Walk in attendee’s are welcome but will be charged $30 at the door. If you wish to become a member, please visit http://portland.issa.org/join-issa-portland/ for additional details.

CPEs: The chapter maintains proof of attendance for members but it is the member’s responsibility to ensure that these CPE's are credited to their respective accounts. This luncheon will offer 1 CPE per hour of attendance.

Chapter Sponsors: ISSA Portland would like to thank our program sponsors, who help make high quality programs like this possible.

Platinum Sponsor: Vectra GOLD Sponsor: Optiv, Tenable, Netskope SILVER Sponsor: FireEye, RiskIQ, OBS

Additional information can be found on our website at: http://portland.issa.org/

Thursday
May 10, 2018
SANS Community Event
Portland City Grill

Join SANS Instructors Brian Ventura and Derek Hill for an evening of conversation regarding Secure configurations - Built-in Security Enhancements and the benefit of the CISSP certification from a hiring manager perspective.

TOPICS 1. In the information security news, we regularly hear about the latest vulnerabilities with recommendations to scramble and patch immediately. This is an important aspect of our industry, however there are other security considerations. Are there configurations we can set now in our systems and software that will protect us? Let's explore secure configurations and see what we find.

  1. The Hiring Manager is looking at your resume – why does CISSP matter? While the CISSP is not the only thing we look at, it is a great starting point. What knowledge does the CISSP provide and how does one prepare for the exam?

Who is Brian Ventura: Brian Ventura is an Information Security Architect by day and SANS instructor by night. Brian volunteers with the Portland ISSA and OWASP chapters, focusing on educational opportunities. For SANS, he regularly teaches CyberDefense courses like the CIS Controls, Risk Management, and Security Essentials. Brian has a Security Essentials (SEC401) course in Portland, June 18-23. Come join in the learning experience!

Who is Derek Hill? Derek Hill has over 25 years of experience in IT and Information Security. He currently manages an Application Security Team, an Infrastructure Security Team (Blue Team) and a Data Privacy Engineering team at HP Inc. in Vancouver, WA. His teams are responsible for ensuring that HP’s internally developed applications are secure as well as the AWS infrastructure that is hosting these applications. Prior to his current position, Derek held IT management and technical roles at both large and small companies. In each role, he has focused on delivering excellent services, uptime and security for all the projects/staff he managed.

Derek holds an MBA from Willamette University and an undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems from Oregon State University. He has various security credentials including a CISSP and multiple GIAC certifications.

DATE: Thursday, May 10, 2018

Registration: 6:30 PM

Presentation: 7 :00 PM - 8:30 PM

RSVP by sending a confirmation email to Shelley Wark-Martyn @ [email protected]

Appetizers and drinks will be served.

We look forward to having you join us.

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Thursday
Sep 20, 2018
ISSA Portland: DNS’s role in Securing Your Network
Columbia Square building

When it comes to your business, your network is the gateway to the world. Unfortunately, protecting your network from evolving threats is more difficult than ever. Device proliferation, BYOD, Internet of Things, virtualization, hybrid cloud adoption—all are crucial trends that enhance business performance. But they also add complexity and increase the attack surface. DNS is an essential component of network connectivity, but it has emerged as the number one threat vector for malware command and control, DDoS attacks, and data exfiltration. Even as your network modernizes and gains valuable new capabilities, threats multiply exponentially. During this session, learn more about DNS, threats to DNS infrastructure, and different methods to address these threats.

Speaker bio:

Kevin Zettel is a security-focused Technical Marketing Engineer who works with Infoblox to lock down the DNS and secure it for enterprises. Kevin knows that security is the center focus of companies and believes that without security, industries will unquestionably fall apart. Kevin has worked with the Infoblox Security Ecosystem to manage many security vendors such as McAfee, Cisco, ServiceNow, Aruba, and many others. He knows the security landscape and sees the necessity and demand that businesses have to secure their capital. With a degree from Central Washington University and an education in programming, Kevin has the technical know how to get secured.

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Thursday
Feb 14
ISSA Portland Annual Hackathon
Salesforce

Calling all hackers! Join ISSA Portland on Thursday, February 14th at Salesforce in Hillsboro for our annual half-day Hackathon! We're teaming up with Security Innovation to provide an immersive, hands-on experience with challenges for hackers of all skill levels.

Amazon gift cards awarded for...

  • Highest score - $100
  • Runner up - $50
  • Hardest vulnerability found - $50
  • First vulnerability found - $25

Event cost $10-$30, morning pastries/coffee and lunch included and catered by Salesforce (great food, good variety, vegan and gluten free options available). Open to members and non-members of ISSA. Questions? Email secretary[at]portland.issa.org

Register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/issa-portland-february-symposium-12-day-hackathon-tickets-54982346679

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