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February Chapter Meeting – Carbanak APT: An analysis of the largest financial breach in history

Session Title: Carbanak APT: An analysis of the largest financial breach in history ISSA Portland FEB 16 KSP Abstract: The Carbanak advanced persistent threat (APT) compromised several major financial institutions, resulting in the theft of over $1 billion. This massive … Continue reading

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January 2015: Cloud Security Symposium

Presentation 1: Cloudy with a Chance of Pain ISSA Cloud Security Symposium – OBS Cloudy with a Chance of Pain Speaker: James Adamson, CISSP, CCSP, CRISC, QSA, Senior Consultant, Online Business Systems Bio: James is an information security professional with … Continue reading

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December 2015 Chapter Meeting: Controls for Managing Privileged Accounts – presented by CyberArk Software

Targeted Attacks and the Privileged connection_ISSA Presentation:   A common link in today’s most dangerous, targeted attacks and information security breaches: The Exploitation of Privileged Accounts. Such accounts grant extensive control over sensitive data and IT systems. They’re pervasive in every … Continue reading

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ISSA Portland – Monthly Luncheon – Vulnerability Management Programs and Lessons Learned from the Field

  Presentation:  Vulnerability Management – Lessons Learned ISSA Chapter Meeting 11-19-2015 – Vuln Mgmt Lessons Learned Abstract: This presentation is about lessons learned by studying what goes on in the real world with Vulnerability Management programs.  More importantly, it discusses … Continue reading

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October Symposium: SIEM (Security Information and Event Management)

Session 1: SIEM Maturity and SOC Optimization presented by John Velisaris with IBM IBM – SIEM Security and SOC Optimization John will cover maturation models for SIEM deployment from a people, process, and technology standpoint. He will also delve into … Continue reading

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September 2015 Monthly Chapter Luncheon – Host Card Emulation for NFC Mobile Payment in the Cloud

Topic: Host Card Emulation for NFC Mobile Payment in the Cloud  Mobile Payments Security – Presentation for ISSA Portland Chapter 9-24-2015 Abstract:   Security on HCE NFC Mobile Payment smartphones has been an issue and with the use of tokenization, these … Continue reading

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Ratification of Chapter Bylaws Changes

During the May Chapter Meeting, the membership present will be asked to ratify the proposed changes to the bylaws. Below is a link to the bylaws with the proposed changes. If you are a member, please take a moment and … Continue reading

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May 2015 Monthly Chapter & Annual Election Meeting – How to secure sensitive data with an evolving cyber perimeter.

By: Watchful Software Speaker: Robert Goldsmith When:  Thursday, May 21st, 2015 – Doors open at 11:30AM.  The event will end at 1:00PM.  Lunch will be provided. Location:   Con-Way 2055 Northwest Savier Street Portland, OR 97209 Con-way’s reception desk is … Continue reading

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April 2015 Monthly Chapter Meeting – Zero Days, Ghost Malware, and Other Current Trends

Speaker: Tobin Sears, FireEye Tobin currently leads the Western region systems engineering team at FireEye – an organization dedicated to protecting enterprises and governments against the next generation of cyber attacks through the use of a purpose-built, virtual machine-based security platform. … Continue reading

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