We are a group of seasoned Information Technology Security Professional's located in and around Indianapolis, IN, the Crossroads of America. We are committed to knowledge sharing, consulting, educating, and improving information security within the Central Indiana region.
We host monthly meetings and work with other organizations to co-host, sponsor, and participate in security related conferences in the Indianapolis area. Please check our events page for further information on upcoming events.
Next ISSA Chapter Meeting
June 9, 2016
Title - How to Talk to Your Board About the Cloud
Abstract - Your organization is adopting the cloud in a big way. Beyond people using their favorite productivity apps, your enterprise leaders are using the cloud for critical business processes across virtually every function. Whether those cloud services are sanctioned or shadow, your fellow executives and board are asking questions like, “What’s our cloud strategy?” and “Is our clod usage safe and compliant?” You need answers. Join Matt Bianco, Sr. Systems Engineer from Netskope as he goes over:
• Key trends and data about enterprise cloud risk and opportunities in enterprises
• How to lead your board –and organization—in safely adopting the cloud
• The five must-haves for an effective enterprise cloud strategy
• Techniques for fielding tough questions, and where to go to find the answers
Speaker - Matthew Bianco, Sr. Sales Engineer at Netskope
Bio - TBD
Title - Cloud Computing
Abstract - Is the cloud just another person’s computer? Who is responsible for the data? This talk will be structured within the framework of ISC2’s Certified Cloud Security Professional CBK. Cloud computing will be discussed in general terms of IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS with a specific focus on the security challenges of Office365 in a healthcare regulated environment. Cloud Access Security Broker(CASB) market will be reviewed along with critical considerations for tool selection.
Speaker - Arlie Hartman
Bio - Arlie Hartman leads teams at Ascensin Information Services in identifying critical assets, assessing threats to those assets, implementing controls to mitigate those threats, and measuring control efficacy to manage risk. His passion is mentoring, awareness training, and speaking about information security and privacy.
5:30 - 6:00 > Networking and Food
6:00 - 8:00 > Chapter Business, Central Indiana ISSA Introduction, and Meeting Speaker(s)
8:00 > Optional Social Hour