May 9, 2019 – 1.0 CPE hours
Indicators of Cyber Security Compromise
Registration starting at 11:30 AM; Lunch served at 11:50 AM
Speaker starts at 12:10 PM and should finish about 1:00 PM
Topic: Real-world examples of information compromise and the methods used by the threat actors. The focus will be the discussion of defense methods that have stopped or mitigated IT data breaches. Also discussed will be signals (or lack thereof) that can be indicators of information compromise. Attendee questions answered at the end of the program.
Speaker: Jerry Johnson is President of an IT security consulting and services company called Egis IT Security that performs assessments, regulatory compliance projects, and cyber-security defense services for businesses (including regulated businesses) that handle sensitive data. Jerry has over 20 years of experience and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Location: Knights of Columbus, 2100 E 71st St, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (just west of 71st & Keystone). Free Parking. Lunch Provided. FREE for chapter members before May 1, 2019. ($10 registration fee returned at the event.) $20 guests. $20 member cost (not refundable) at the door or after May 2nd.
Learning objective - specialized knowledge
Delivery method: Group live
Prerequisites - basic knowledge of system security
Program level: Intermediate
No advanced preparation required
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