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Raleigh ISSA November Meeting & Back to Basics
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Raleigh ISSA November Meeting & Back to Basics

BACK-TO-BASICS + CHAPTER MEETING This meeting is a double-hitter with the regular monthly meeting, presentation and dinner PRECEDED by a Back-to-Basics class. This month is "Back to Basics with Linux Server installation on Virtualbox". When you register for the meeting, you'll be asked to choose what all you're attending: - 5-6pm, Back to Basics - 6-8:30pm, Chapter Meeting The Back-to-Basics mini-training and the meeting are FREE for members. Guests pay just $10 and can attend either,

11/7/2013
When: 11/7/2013
5:00 PM
Where: McKimmon Center
1101 Gorman St
Look for ISSA on the digital board
Raleigh, North Carolina  27606
United States
Contact: Raleigh ISSA Board
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Raleigh ISSA November Meeting & Back to Basics
NOTE this event has two parts:
a) 5:00-6:00PM- Back-to-Basics mini-class
b) 6:00-8:30PM- Chapter Meeting

BACK TO BASICS INFO (5pm)
Back to Basics with Mike Ralph, covering Linux Server installation on Virtualbox, plus some common services DNS, DHCP and Apache

CHAPTER MEETING INFO (6pm)
SPONSORED BY: Raleigh ISSA
TITLE: "Growing Trend of Finding Regulatory and Tort Liability for Cyber Security Breaches ”
SPEAKER: Mark W. Ishman, J.D., Masters in Law in Information Technology and Privacy Law

DESCRIPTION:
With cyber security breaches occurring at a rate of thousands of attacks per day, most professionals in the industry are wondering whether they are exposed to legal liability risks when their software or network is compromised.  The answer is Yes, there is a growing number of new cases being brought by the Federal Trade Commission and plaintiff attorneys that are finding both corporations and IT professionals liable when there are cyber security breaches.
Now that your attention is captured, this presentation will first discuss the federal and state regulations and laws that are applicable when there are software and network cyber security breaches.  Next, it will discuss recent cyber security breach cases where liability was found for failure to adhere to industry standards. Last, it will discuss responsive, pro-active and preventative measures that professionals can implement to assist them in reducing their exposure to liability for cyber security breaches.


 

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