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Many of us really anticipate the discussions during our LifeBoat group meetings. Please note our new LifeBoat group home meeting location. Everyone may bring in your own snacks, lunch, and drinks to the “brunch lunch” 11am-1pm meeting. Some people also informally get together for “after the meeting” lunch together at different restaurants.
The topic description and presenter information are below. Most importantly, be sure to look nearly the end of this email for instructions on how to download presentations and other stuff from our last three RMF LifeBoat group meetings. You will find it after the background information about our group as well as the practical meeting details (NEW where, when, and parking) below. Material for this meeting can be downloaded here.
Everyone can easily get information for our RMF LifeBoat Group meetings and many other rewarding chapter activities by starting on our partner organization’s International System Security Association (ISSA) Northern Virginia (NOVA) chapter home page (google for ISSA NOVA).
Please REGISTER SOONEST for our 1 April LifeBoat group meeting at https://www.meetup.com/NCR-Risk-Management-Framework-Lifeboat/ or by calling 703-402-4379.
Please let me know if you would like to receive a double-sided handout about our 1 April meeting for sharing with others. The emails sent to our blind cc distro list will no longer contain links or have any attached files.
Let’s keep encouraging and helping each other,
********* TOPIC DESCRIPTION and PRESENTER for our 1 April meeting ********
Compliance in Just 1 Click
This presentation will address a question we often hear: What is compliance about? Sebastian Taphanel claims that compliance can happen in just one click. He will focus our lively LifeBoat group discussion on these four points:
1) Compliance does not equal Security
2) Compliance is most commonly about government-mandated and industry-specific compliance certifications
3) Compliance is about YOU: It’s not necessarily because management says so … you are a hugely important part of the process
4) Boiled down: It’s about assessing risk and implementing governance
Sebastian Taphanel volunteered to share his experiences assessing risk and implementing governance at the end of our previous “ATO in a Day” presentation by Jason Hess. There is a public link available to download all the stuff from that 18 March meeting.
Sebastian’s experiences blend a 20+ year DoD Special Ops / Intel career with 15+ years of sound security engineering practices. He focuses on implementing ‘Defense in Depth’ through the use of innovative technologies and common sense business practices. Sebastian currently helps Enterprises implement ‘Security by Design’ for their Cloud migrations.
Sebastian’s specialties include Securing End Points, Mobility, Protecting Sensitive Data, Cross Domain Solutions / Services; Secure Collaboration Environments, Enterprise Architecture, Cloud Security, Automating Governance, Risk management, and Compliance (GRC).
********* BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT OUR GROUP ********
Everyone may bring in your own snacks, lunch, and drinks to the “brunch lunch” 11am-1pm meeting. Some people also informally get together for “after the meeting” lunch together at different restaurants.
All students are encouraged to join us in our LifeBoat and help start our meetings. Student volunteers will give our LifeBoat group a short presentation to our friendly and interested group on current cyber events of their choice.
Besides earning Professional Development Units (PDUs) for participating our ISSA NOVA chapter Partner meeting, we all receive the encouragement and help we need for our cyber security professional growth. The friendly interactive presentations by our members of the meetup always lead to lively respectful discussions. Members always take away information that they that can be applied on the job in the following weeks! In additional our LifeBoat group meetings provide opportunities for the all-important professional networking. If you have a vexing problem, share with like-minded security professionals. They may have already successfully developed a way forward to resolve it.
********* WHERE/WHEN/PARKING for our meeting ********
We will meet at 11am-1pm on 18 March.
Please note that we will be meeting at a different location from previous meetings. We are meeting at the Marshall High School Academy, 7731 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA This Fairfax County Public School is a designated Governor’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Academy.
We will meet in Room 501. There is lots of free parking. The easiest way to Room 501 is to PARK ON THE RIGHT SIDE of the building and enter through DOOR 9 (NINE). Only park in the front of building and enter through the Lobby if you CANNOT park and go in the easiest way.
All students are encouraged to join us in our LifeBoat and help to start our meetings. Student volunteers will give our LifeBoat group a short presentation to our friendly and interested group on current cyber events of their choice.
********* How To Download Previous Presentations And Other Stuff *********
Everyone can easily get information for our RMF LifeBoat Group meetings and many other rewarding chapter activities by starting on our partner organization’s International System Security Association (ISSA) Northern Virginia (NOVA) chapter home page (google for ISSA NOVA). Please see the practical information for our LifeBoat group meeting and REGISTER SOONEST by starting there and RSVPing at the NCR-Risk-Management-Framework meetup link provided there or by calling 703-402-4379.
You will find links to download previous presentations and other stuff. Simple start on the ISSA NOVA chapter home page and click on its announcement links for our these previous LifeBoat meetings:
March 18 ATO in a Day
March 4 CSF: Our Must Know Language (at the bottom of the page)
February 4 Data Into Tracked Actions!
January 7 Applying Lessons Learned to Security Awareness Training
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