ISSA of Wisconsin

November 12th, 2019

 November 12th, 2019  

ISSA of Wisconsin

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November 12th, 2019

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We’re always delighted to list ISSA events and this one looks particularly fantastic.

In the words of the organizers:

You, your colleagues and all in Wisconsin Cyber Security are invited to our Fall Harvest Festival. This is on Patch Tuesday 11/12 meeting (3 x CPEs are confirmed) at The New Berlin Ale House starring:

3:00 PM: Tina Hauri, ex-CISO of the City of Chicago, ex-CISO of Aon and Professor of Cyber Security at Northwestern University
4:00 PM: Alyssa Miller, Speaker at BlackHat, CircleCityCon, many BSides, The Diana Initiative and the Manager of the Information Security Practice at CDW
5:00 PM: Daniel Howerton, Sr. Cyber Threat Analyst of Proofpoint

Tina Hauri will speak on: “CyberEthics: Just Because You Can…DON’T!” :

Where do ethics fit in the building and sustaining your reputation? IT professionals impact the workplace and society in general, often holding “escalated privilege” meaning an even higher ethical standard is expected. Our session will explore recent situations and highlight the importance of clear boundaries in today’s data-driven climate.

Alyssa Miller will speak on: “Breaking and Entering: A Hacker’s Guide to Restoring Consumer Trust”: Data Breaches. Privacy Exposures. Questionable Ethics. Today’s technology news is dominated by spectacular storylines that would make even the most daring screenwriter raise an incredulous brow. Pinnacles of brand success, such as Facebook and Google, are experiencing a consumer trust crisis resulting from failures to protect consumer privacy. The concept of “digital transformation” makes it possible to collect and use information in remarkable new ways, but it also increases the risk that the information could be compromised or abused.

As organizations seek to better monetize their business capabilities, requirements for data and privacy protection can seem inhibitive. How can technology be applied to uphold consumer trust and satisfaction while simultaneously supporting continued business evolution? Join real-world hacker and security evangelist Alyssa Miller as she identifies a critical issue

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