The Information Systems
Association (ISSA) is a not-for-profit international organization of
information security professionals and practitioners. It provides
education forums, publications and peer interaction opportunities that
enhance the knowledge, skill and professional growth of its members.
Two decades ago having a CISO
position within an organization was uncommon. Today, most middle
to large organizations has this position sitting along side executive
management. But maintaining and justifying this position can be a
challenge. Security risks are high and funding is typically
ISSA of Orange County thought it would be
entertaining, interesting and informative to ask security leaders in
real companies what their top issues are, and what they plan to do
about them in the future? How much is compliance driving their agendas
and should it be? What technologies are they implementing and what are
they considering? What does it take to keep a security team alive?
has established a panel of local CISOs. The CISO's will discuss
the challenges of running an enterprise security program as well as how
their respective organizations have chosen to apply various security
controls. The discussion will be moderated by Powell Hamilton (OC
ISSA Board Member) and the panel will field questions from attendees
regarding current "hot topics" in information security.
Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Dave and Buster's - Irvine
71 Fortune Dr., Irvine, CA 92618
ISSA/OC Members who RSVP and Pay online: $15
Non-Members who RSVP and Pay online: $20
Online Registration Closes Wednesday at 6:00 pm, September 10
At the Door Fee:
ISSA/OC Members who pay at the Door: $20
Non-Members who pay at the door: $25
Credit cards accepted online only
Cash or check at the door, no credit cards accepted.