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IEEE/CN -“What really matters in Cyber Security nowadays?”

on September 14, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Speaker Mike Davis
Topic Info
Monday, September 14, 2020

IEEE Consultants’ Network of San Diego

Topic: “What really matters in Cyber Security nowadays?”


Speaker: Mike Davis, CISO, in alliantgroup’s Houston national office


With all the news on cyber security attacks, ransomware, data breaches, etc, how do we simplify all that "FUD" (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt = scare tactics) into what really matters, and what's a reasonable security posture to aim for... and who says so?
At our meeting next Monday, our speaker will provide his perspectives on all that, references, etc. - plus offer helpful resources in a variety of cyber risk areas. In the meantime, you can get a head start on the topic reviewing the two articles below.

Cyber risk, what really matters?

Cyber Security Risk, what does a “reasonable” posture entail, and who says so?

Speaker Bio Mike Davis is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in alliantgroup’s Houston national office. As the CISO he operationalizes Data Security, Privacy Compliance, & Risk Management while advising leadership on protecting critical information resources and managing an enterprise cyber security portfolio. Mike and his security team’s mission includes executing a risk based security strategy that supports enabling the company’s success objectives by securing and protecting both sensitive company and client information and resources.

Before joining alliantgroup, Mike was the CISO of a large global maritime classification company. He is an experienced cyber security professional with 25+ years in several environments (commercial, military and government) and diverse leadership positions: CISO, Senior Cyber Technical Authority, Cyber Security / Risk management consultant, Cyber Program Manager, Chief Systems Engineer, among others (Nuclear power plant manager for example). Mike is also a retired U.S. Navy Engineering Duty Officer and Federal Government employee (GS-15).

Mike supports several professional associations: the FBI InfraGard, IEEE (Life Member), and ISSA/ISC2, among several others. His certifications are: CISSP, CISO, and Systems Engineering, along with senior qualifications in Program Management and Risk Management, and holds a MS in Electrical Engineering and a MA in Management.

Location Virtual Meeting - Connection information available after September 14th 4:00 pm on Vtools (link below)
Directions This meeting will be held online.  Please RSVP Here on IEEE Vtools.  We will send an e-mail to all registered participants on Sunday evening with meeting connection information.  That same information will post at 4:00pm on the meeting listing link on VTools.

Agenda

 San Diego IEEE Consultants' Network Meeting Date and Time:
September 14, 2020 (Monday)
6:00 - 7:00 pm – Presentation
7:00 – 7:30 pm – Introductions and Announcements

We meet on the second Monday of every month, same time.
 

Cost No Cost
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Questions: 
Al Ramirez , al.ramirez1952@gmail.com, 619.987.2109

J.P. Tenore, jp@capistranocomputers.com, 714.317.2838 

 



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