Check off a New Year’s Resolution: Speak at a Cybersecurity Event

January is a time for setting goals and planning for the new year. Professional development is a valuable cornerstone – so why not resolve to speak at a cybersecurity event in 2018! Check off a resolution (and rack up some CPEs) by speaking at one of these four (ISC)2 events in the U.S. this year.

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Secure Summit Phoenix – March 9

  • Deadline: January 30
  • CPEs: 9

This one-day event is focused on (Re)Emerging Threats. Ransomware and phishing are among threats that just won’t go away. Share your insight with fellow practitioners on how we can take new approaches to these old problems. 

Secure Summit DC in Washington, DC – May 7-8

  • Deadline: February 1
  • CPEs: 18

Formerly known as CyberSecureGov, this two-day training event is a must-attend for those in cybersecurity. We’re expecting more than 800 attendees this year with keynote speakers including Dave Kennedy, Michaela Iorga and (ISC)2’s CEO David Shearer. NIST Cybersecurity Framework, The Privacy Challenge and Game-Changing Solutions are among the tracks we’re currently accepting submissions for. 

Congress_CFSSecurity Congress in New Orleans, Louisiana – October 8-10

  • Deadline: February 23
  • CPEs: 28

We’re going to let the good times roll in New Orleans this fall, and are aiming for our biggest and best Security Congress yet. Last year, our first standalone Congress in the U.S., was attended by nearly 2,000 cybersecurity practitioners. New tracks this year include Cutting Edge and New Voices.

Secure Summit Denver – June 15

  • Deadline: April 1
  • CPEs: 9

Another one-day event in Denver, it will be focused on Lessons from the Cloud. Share your cloud security guidance and advice with other cybersecurity practitioners.

Deadlines are fast approaching, and your calendar is surely filling up. Get your speaker submissions in today and work on that 2018 professional resolution.  

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CNY Buffet with Best of 3 Worlds – AiSP, (ISC)2 SG Chapter and itSMF

Synopsis:

Who let the dogs out? Ring in the Year of the Dog with our joint event for AiSP, (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter and itSMF. Join us as we toss the traditional Yee Sang/Loh Hei and enjoy all the blessings of the coming year. Chinese New year is a time for family and friendship. Our community of cyber and information security folks continues to grow and support one another. Social networking events like these are a great opportunity to meet your fellow practitioners and get to know one another. Renew old relationships and reinforce the goodwill while enjoying a sumptuous buffet. For all you know, a new idea or opportunity knocks at your door.

And most of all, have fun!

This is a member’s only event. If you wish to attend, please do sign up with one of the chapters first. 

Where and When:

Venue: James Cook University, Sims Drive Campus
              149 Sims Drive, Singapore 387380

How to get there: https://www.jcu.edu.sg/student-life/campus-maps-And-information

Date: Thursday 8 February 2018

Agenda:
6.30 PM – 7.00 PM: Registration
7.00 PM – 9.00 PM: Buffet Dinner, Loh Hei, Knowledge Sharing and Networking Session

(ISC)2 credential holders can earn up to 2 CPE hours by attending this event. 

!!  This is a member only event !!

To register, please visit  https://cnylohhei2018.eventbrite.sg . The event password has been sent to your chapter-registered password. 

Admission Fee:
Members of AiSP, (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter or itSMF: Free

 


Disclaimer:

The chapters represented here are not responsible for any form of damages, losses incurred which may or may not be related to this event before, during and after the event. This event may be rescheduled or canceled without notice.

Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)
By signing up for any chapter event, you agree and consent for the (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter to collect, retain use and otherwise disclose your personal data and all matters connected with the event for the purpose of providing information, services, rewards, promotions and other relevant purposes connected with the (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter. (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter is committed to
taking appropriate steps where reasonable to safeguard the privacy of your information as pursuant to the Terms and Conditions of the PDPA.

Post Event : BeyondTrust “Just Trust Everyone and We Will Be Fine, Right?”

To All Attendees and Sponsors,

Thank you for making this 1st event of the New Term a resounding success! The new EXCO is truly heartened to see a packed room with new and existing members. Riding on this winning spirit, we are encouraged to dish out more insightful seminars to raise the awareness on Information Security benefits to the community. Don’t miss the next chapter event on Dec 15 at Vivocity. Network with the experts in Info-security. For details, please visit our website www.isc2chapter.sg.

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(ISC)2 Knowledge Transfer Event

“Just trust everyone and we will be fine, right?” 

Synopsis:

Why can’t you simply trust your employees to do the right thing? What benefit to the business comes from technical security controls?  You have likely been asked to reduce risk and action for every funded project at once. Join former PayPal Security Architect, Scott Carlson, in this exploratory session, where he will show attendees how to:

  • Realistically consider which projects can reduce risk most quickly
  • Determine which layers of security are most important
  • Bring peace-of-mind and improvements to your information security posture through privilege management, vulnerability control, over-communicating, and by reducing the attack surface

Speaker Bio:

Scott Carlson, Technical Fellow

As Technical Fellow, Scott Carlson brings internal technical leadership to BeyondTrust, strategic guidance to our customers, and evangelism to the broader IT security community. He also plays a key role in developing innovative relationships between BeyondTrust and its technical alliance partners. Scott has over 20 years of experience in the banking, education and payment sectors, where his focus areas have included information security, data centers, cloud, virtualization, and systems architecture. He is also a noted thought leader, speaker and contributor to RSA Conference, OpenStack Foundation, Information Week and other industry institutions.

Prior to joining BeyondTrust, Scott served as Director of Information Security Strategy & Integration with PayPal, where he created and executed security strategy for infrastructure across all PayPal properties, including worldwide data centers, office networks, and public cloud deployments. He led several cross-departmental teams to deliver information security strategy, technical architecture, and strategic solutions across enterprise IT environments. As a member of the office of the CISO, CTO and CIO, Scott spoke on behalf of the company at global conferences. In addition, he was responsible for infrastructure budget management, vendor management, and product selection, while also serving as the cloud security strategist for private OpenStack cloud and public cloud (AWS, GCP, Azure). Prior to PayPal, Scott held similar roles with Apollo Education Group and Charles Schwab.

Where and When:

Venue: Seminar Room 3.1, SMU School of Accounting. 60 Stamford Road, Singapore 178900

Date: 4th December, 2017

Agenda:
1800 – 1900: Registration & Buffet Dinner

1900 – 2100 hrs : Presentation

To register, please visit URL :  https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/just-trust-everyone-and-we-will-be-fine-right-tickets-40099623052

Admission Fee:
Valid Members of (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter: Free (1 ticket per member)
New Members who pay the membership fee at the venue: Free (1 ticket per member)

Please note that this is an (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter MEMBERS ONLY event. (ISC)2 members from Singapore are not members of (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter by default. Please ensure that you have signed up separately with the Singapore Chapter at www.isc2chapter.sg

Membership Rates:
Ordinary Member: $50/- year
Associate Member (Non-credential holders): $30/- year
Student Member: $10/- year

All prices are in Singapore dollars.

Disclaimer:

(ISC)2 Singapore Chapter is not responsible for any form of damages, losses incurred which may or may not be related to this event before, during and after the event. This event may be rescheduled or cancelled without notice.

Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)
By signing up for an (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter event, you agree and consent for the (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter to collect, retain use and otherwise disclose your personal data and all matters connected with the event for the purpose of providing information, services, rewards, promotions and other relevant purposes connected with the (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter. (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter is committed to take appropriate steps where reasonable to safeguard the privacy of your information as pursuant to the Terms and Conditions of the PDPA.

(ISC)2 Social and Networking Event : The Last Jedi

 The Last Jedi Member Networking Session and Movie night

Synopsis:

(ISC)2 Singapore Chapter and mimoTree would like to invite you to attend an evening of coffee, networking and Star Wars! In a galaxy (Vivo City) far, far away (Harbourfront MRT), the battle between good vs evil continues between the Rebel Alliance and the New Order storm troopers. Outnumbered, and facing powerful tools, APT’s and constant social engineering, can the Empires architecture withstand these attempts to bring them down? Will these Rebel scum ever stop utilizing stolen tools and technology to find ways and means of infiltrating the Empires networks? Will you cheer for the besieged defenders or support the black hat crackers and their mystical wizards that wield their crazy custom made optical hardware (lightsabers) attack tools.

Let’s find out together! Join us on Dec 15 @ St Marc’s Café @ Vivo City from 7 pm and have a coffee with your new Exco. We’ll be there handing out your movie tickets and coffee vouchers thanks to our event sponsor – mimoTree.

May the force be with you, always!

About mimoTree:

Talent Sourcing Finally Makes Sense. Meet mimoTREE.

From filtering through hundreds of unqualified and irrelevant applications to applying for job after job with no connection and never hearing anything back, the hiring and talent sourcing process is broken on both ends. But now there’s a better way! Meet mimoTREE, a groundbreaking online talent sourcing platform that enables employers to receive ONLY relevant resumes through industry member recommendations. Imagine having hundreds of members in your industry and/or similar job function helping you to recruit suitable candidates — that’s mimoTREE! 

Referrals have always been a preferred channel for employers when it comes to hiring talent, but until now, there has been no incentive to actively participate in the recruitment process. mimoTREE makes referring rewarding and sharing successful. 

For employers, mimoTREE lets you post jobs and view resumes for free, source global talent, and vet candidates that are already backed by member referrals! 

For members, mimoTREE lets you refer jobs to friends, serve as your friends’ reference, and even be rewarded for helping friends! 

For candidates, mimoTREE lets you receive job opportunities directly from people you know, improve your chances of getting hired, fast-track your application, and get noticed by employers! 

mimoTREE has created a win-win-win proposition for everyone: credible candidates deserve rapid recognition, employers deserve access to a highly qualified workforce, and members deserve to be rewarded for successful referrals.

 Where and When:

Venue: Ticket Pickup and Networking  – St. Marc’s Café – 1 HarbourFront Walk #01-108/109/110 Vivo City, Singapore 098585. Please pick up your tickets early and join us for coffee.
Movie: Golden Village @ Vivo City

Date: 15th December 2017

Agenda:
1900  – 2100 hrs : Coffee and Networking Session @ St Marc’s Café (must pick up your tickets here before 2100hrs)
2100 hrs: The Last Jedi @ GV Vivo

To register, please visit URL :  https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/the-last-jedi-member-networking-session-and-movie-night-tickets-40097886859

Admission Fee:
Valid Members of (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter: Free (1 ticket per member)
New Members who pay the membership fee at the venue: Free (1 ticket per member)

Please note that this is an (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter MEMBERS ONLY event. Only valid members and invited guests will receive one ticket and one coffee voucher. (ISC)2 members from Singapore are not members of (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter by default. Please ensure that you have signed up separately with the Singapore Chapter at www.isc2chapter.sg

Membership Rates:
Ordinary Member: $50/- year
Associate Member (Non-credential holders): $30/- year
Student Member: $10/- year

All prices are in Singapore dollars.

 

Disclaimer:

(ISC)2 Singapore Chapter is not responsible for any form of damages, losses incurred which may or may not be related to this event before, during and after the event. This event may be rescheduled or cancelled without notice.

Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)
By signing up for an (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter event, you agree and consent for the (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter to collect, retain use and otherwise disclose your personal data and all matters connected with the event for the purpose of providing information, services, rewards, promotions and other relevant purposes connected with the (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter. (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter is committed to
take appropriate steps where reasonable to safeguard the privacy of your information as pursuant to the Terms and Conditions of the PDPA.

 

Phishing Incident Response & In-Depth Analysis of a Fast Flux Botnet

The next APAC webinar in English will be live on Nov 15 and follow by another one on Nov 22. A great opportunity to earn CPE for free!

Phishing Incident Response – How to Stop the Chaos!
15 Nov 2017 (Wed) | Duration: 1 hour
11:30 India / 14:00 Singapore / 16:00 Sydney | Language: English
Registration: https://www.isc2.org/News-and-Events/Webinars/APAC-Webinars?commid=285411

In-Depth Analysis of a Fast Flux Botnet
22 Nov 2017 (Wed) | Duration: 1 hour
10:30 India / 13:00 Singapore / 15:00 Sydney | Language: English
Registration: https://www.isc2.org/News-and-Events/Webinars/APAC-Webinars?commid=285923

Please feel free to register and CPE will be upload automatically on the member’s ISC2 account.