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May Mixup: Topical Security Issues

Security has many shades and flavors.  There is not one solution to support all of an organization’s security needs. The May Mix-up session addresses a number of different topics that are relevant to ISSA members.  The session will be highly interactive, will span the range from technical to risk management discussions and will be informative […]

April Chapter Event

Attacks Against Mobile Devices – How You Can Protect Yourself As mobile devices become ever more powerful, ubiquitous and integrated into the business landscape, they are increasingly under attack from a range of threats, including theft, malware and sophisticated hacking or eavesdropping attacks. This session will examine: new classes of malware, such as those designed […]

Chapter Event: The Reality of PCI-DSS Compliance

The 2007 Computer Security Institute (CSI) Report indicates that more than one fifth of those surveyed have been victimized by a targeted attack. The study also concluded that financial fraud overtook virus attacks for the first time in seven years as the number one cause of financial losses from an IT security breach. Finally, customer […]

Chapter Event: Future Watch 2009

Believe it or not, 2008 is over. As risk management professionals, we’ve tackled a laundry list of items this year. We uncovered new findings, we have corrected issues, and moving into 2009, we need to start to rebuild a new list and find the budget for it. The Future Watch program presented by the NYMISSA […]

Chapter Event: Information Security during Hard Economic Times

Venue: Bank of New York Mellon 101 Barclay St. (entrance on Greenwich St.), New York, NY 10286 Dress Code: Business Casual Abstract: The recent financial crisis has resulted in major job losses and tightening of the spending across the board. How do these factors affect the protection of valuable information? Experts in security consulting, business […]