June 2017’s meeting was titled “Getting Started with AWS Security”.
Here’s the video from our April 2017 meeting.
Subject: Security Congress Briefing and Volunteer Training
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1. Networking opportunities
2. Staying abreast of trends in information security:
- insight into cloud
- seeing abreast of threats
- threat vectors
- how threats change
- staying in front of different threats
- getting a handle on how to control or understand the kill chain
3. Enabling consultants to tell clients:
- what they should be looking for
- so they can make the best choice of where to put their available information security funds
- what they should be protecting against
- how to protect themselves
- How to assess third-party risk
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- Where to be looking out
- Where to go threat hunting
- What you’ve learned from different threats in the past
- What kind of technology investment or training is most valuable
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Christian Renaud, Director of 451 Research’s Internet of Things practice, will present “Securing the Internet of Things, one vertical at a time” August 14th at Indeed.com, 6433 Champion Grandview Way, Austin 78750.
Christian covers the ongoing virtualization and digitization of the physical world around us. For 25 years before joining 451 Research, Christian built nationwide networks at large and small enterprises, worked with Fortune 50 companies in the systems integrator channel, and ran Cisco Systems’s New Markets and Technologies team. He has been the CEO of multiple startups, worked in venture and angel capital, and has served as an advisor to G20 and European Commission projects.
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Discussion was lively. Panelists were informed and passionate. From left to right:
- Tony Howlett, Austin ISC(2) Chapter President and creator of AureusCoin, a Bitcoin-based crypto-currency
- Jeremy Drzal, founder and CEO of Block512
- Gautham Pamu, Blockchain Solution Architect for IBM Blockchain Labs
- Andrew Donoho, Board Member of Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) Austin
If you missed the January meeting, you can still view it with the link below. Catch Ed Shaw, former FBI Special Agent talking about investigating international cybercrime and our chapter scholarship presentation: