SPECIAL REQUEST TO ALL RALEIGH ISSA MEMBERS from the NC USO -
The Raleigh ISSA Chapter has a unique opportunity to help others!
The NC USO has been tasked with filling more than 1400 handmade stockings for NC military children. Additional item donations are needed to help the USO achieve this goal. Thank you for joining us in our commitment to our troops and their families ensuring that children of North Carolina’s military have a Merry Christmas.
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BRING YOUR DONATIONS(Cash or gift) TO OUR DECEMBER 10th MEETING
Raleigh ISSA December 10, 2015 Chapter Meeting
Meeting Sponsor: Interactive Intelligence
5:00 – 6:00pm B2B "How to develop your Brand Online" Derrick Thompson-CEO of T&T Creative Group
6:00 – 6:45pm ISSA Career Services (Executive conference room)
6:00 – 7:30pm Dinner(Jasmine), beer & wine
7:00 – 7:15pm Chapter Updates from the Board
7:15 – 8:30pm Main Presentation -"How they handle security in a 100% Amazon AWS environment" - Eric Cohen, Danny Rappleyea, and Jarrod Sexton - Interactive Intelligence PureCloud Security Team
B2B Topic:"How to develop your Brand Online"
Learn the best practices needed to grow your business or personal brand including:
- Search Engine Optimization
- Social Media
Thompson is the founder and CEO of T&T Creative Group, an online marketing firm that turns strangers into customers. T&T Creative Group accomplishes this by growing the overall online footprint of each company while maintaining a secure platform. A former senior project manager turned entrepreneur, he created a forward-thinking business model that allows him to provide large enterprise solutions to businesses of all sizes across the country. Thompson brings 17 years of experience in e-Commerce and web platform solutions as his former stops include IBM, GlaxoSmithKline, Lenovo.
7:15-8:30PM Interactive Intelligence
Main Presentation -
The Interactive Intelligence PureCloud Security Team will be presenting on how they handle security in a 100% Amazon AWS environment. They'll be talking about some high-level AWS items, such as: security groups, VPCs, IAM roles, etc and also get into details regarding how we handle identity at scale (i.e., in logical air-gapped AWS regions) and managing security in a continuous deployment, technology agnostic environment. They'll touch base on some third party vendors they use (SumoLogic, Nessus, Threatstack, etc) and talk about some internal tools they have written to fill in some gaps.
The goal is for the talk to be more technical, with a quick overview of what they have seen as differences between traditional security architecture and security architecture in AWS.