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Raleigh ISSA April 2014 Chapter Meeting
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BACK-TO-BASICS + CHAPTER MEETING = GET YOUR $$$ WORTH!! This meeting is a double feature with the regular monthly meeting, presentation and dinner PRECEDED by a Back-to-Basics class. This month is "Back to Basics with Mark Whitteker". When you register for the meeting, you'll need to check off all the sessions you will be attending: - Back 2 Basics - Jobs Networking - Dinner -Chapter meeting

4/3/2014
When: 4/3/2014
5:00 PM
Where: McKimmon Center
1101 Gorman Street
Raleigh, North Carolina  27606
United States
Contact: Raleigh ISSA Board


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Raleigh ISSA April 3rd 2014 Chapter Meeting + B2B

 

AGENDA

 

5:00-6:00 PM -- BACK 2 BASICS

6:00-6:45 PM -- Jobs and Careers Meeting
6:00-7:00 PM -- Dinner
(HibachiXpress)

7:00-7:20 PM -- Chapter Meeting – Board Updates

7:20-8:30 PM -- Chapter Meeting – Featured Presentation

 

BACK TO BASICS

 

TITLE:  Building a Comprehensive Security Architecture Framework

 

SPEAKER: Mark Whitteker MSIA, CISSP, ISP  CISCO

 

DESCRIPTION:

 

When an organization is first established, its information assurance program must be highly reactive.   The business is continually metamorphosing, refining its mission and goals as it grows into its niche market.  As a consequence, the security needs of the organization are under constant flux, requiring the security team to be flexible in delivering tactical solutions and stopgap measures to meet those ad hoc requirements.  While this is a natural progression of most organizations, it often results in an information assurance program containing numerous security gaps and a lack of clear direction and purpose. 

As an organization grows and matures, the need to address security at a strategic level becomes readily apparent.  The ability to streamline the compliance process and adopt a standardized security model to manage risks and continually improve is a must.  This requires a scalable and comprehensive security architecture framework that addresses an organization’s security needs at a strategic level.  By mapping industry standards to internal policies, procedures and security services, an effective framework can meet needs of any organization, regardless of industry or market.

 

CHAPTER MEETING INFO

 

SPONSORED BY:Raleigh Chapter of the ISSA

 

TITLE:  Managing a Security & Privacy Governance Function

 

SPEAKER: Audrey Foster  CPA, CGMA, CITP, CISA Director – Internal Audit, Risk & Compliance (iARC) - AICPA


Presentation Goals:

-Importance of Security & Privacy Governance

-Setup of Governance within a Security & Privacy Function

-Examples of Governance within a Security & Privacy Function

 

See more details at the Raleigh ISSA Event Page

http://raleigh.issa.org/ai1ec_event/2014-04-meeting

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