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New York Metro Information Security Forum

The New York Metro Information Security Forum, the leading peer-to-peer information security event, will be held on May 20-21, 2008 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. The Forum employs a unique discussion format borrowed from the Harvard Business School case-based teaching method. World-class Faculty members (including Marcus Ranum, Eric Cole, Becky Bace, Aaron […]

Chapter Event: Privacy Trends and Programs: 2008 and beyond

Venue: PriceWaterhouseCoopers 300 Madison Avenue / Corner 42nd Street, NYC Media focus on issues such as identity theft have led data privacy and the protection of personal information to become buzz words for the average citizen. The challenge that organizations face is to comply with regulations and also manage their brand and reputation while maintaining […]

Important Notice for Non-Members!

To properly support our members and hosts who sponsor our frequent educational and networking events, we will be changing our event model: attendance at regular monthly events without sponsor exhibits will be free for chapter members only beginning in March. As such, if you are not a fully paid ISSA NY Metro Chapter member, you […]

Chapter Event: Ethical Hacking

Venue: Price Waterhouse Coopers 300 Madison Avenue/ Corner 42nd Street, NYC The term “ethical hacker” has been used often to describe a white hat hacker. A white hat hacker is a security professional that performs tests of a network, platform or application system to measure the security in compliance with the security framework. This person […]

Chapter Event: InfoSec Threat Horizons: 2008 – 2010

Venue: New York Athletic Club Note early start time; Sponsor exhibits will start at 1:00 PM as well. As we begin 2008, one of the many burning questions in our minds is “what’s next”? Every year seems to bring a plethora of new threat vectors, many which take us totally by surprise. Our speakers today […]