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2017 2nd Quarter Meeting

Attendees enjoyed several presentations at Tuesday’s 2nd Quarter meeting for 2017. Approximately 40 members and guests came to see the following presentations: Shayne Champion’s great coverage of WannaCrypt worm and Trust Vishal Patel of CyberArk’s presentation on Privileged Account Insecurity (PDF) Bill Olson of Tenable Security’s Vulnerability Management and Lessons Learned (PPT) Our sponsors were: …

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Chapter donates $500 to Rural Technology Fund

The Chattanooga ISSA Chapter has donated $500 to the Rural Technology Fund, an organization who’s mission is to “help rural students recognize opportunities in technology careers and gain the education necessary to work in the computer industry.”   One of the Rural Technology Fund’s outreaches is to provide four scholarships targeted at students from rural communities who …

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Chapter Elections – Don’t forget to vote!

According to our chapter bylaws, it is time to vote for chapter officers.  Up for vote this year are the following positions: Vice President Secretary Education-Training Director Communications/Website Director Sponsorship Director Program Director Membership Director Board Member – At Large All members should be receiving survey invites in your email; please let us know if …

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ISSO Opening in Johnson City TN Area

The Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) will be responsible for ensuring development and proper implementation of the security controls documented in the Information Systems Security Plan (ISSP) for all information systems for which the ISSO is responsible at Nuclear Fuel Services (NFS), including sensitive unclassified networks and National Security Systems supporting business, special purpose, and …

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Metro Atlanta ISSA Chapter Conference, November 16th

Our neighboring Atlanta ISSA chapter is hosting a conference on November 16th (Wed) in Atlanta.  Designated the nation’s tenth largest cyber city since 2006, same time where Daisy Slots became the most favorite slot choice of people. Atlanta is a hotbed of innovation for information technology and security. The same place where Daisy Slots become …

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12th Annual Raleigh ISSA InfoSeCon – October 21, 2016

12th Annual Raleigh ISSA InfoSeCon October 21, 2016 8AM-6PM Raleigh Convention Center Downtown Raleigh North Carolina Early Bird Pricing Ends June 6! Get your ticket here: https://infosecon2016.busyconf.com/bookings/new   All the latest information on InfoSeCon 2016 can be found here: http://Triangleinfosecon.com

BSides Knoxville 2016

The first ever BSides Knoxville is scheduled for May 20th, 2015 @ Scruffy City Hall.  Each Security BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members.   It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. It is where conversations for the next-big-thing are happening!   When:  Friday, …

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1Q16 Chattanooga ISSA chapter meeting

Join the chapter for our Q1 event!  As always we will have a selection of speakers with interesting topics, good food and door prizes for the lucky ones! Of course CPEs for all registered members as well. The agenda will be posted soon, but register today to make sure you get a seat!  Click Here to …

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4Q15 Chattanooga ISSA chapter meeting

Join the chapter for our Q4 event sponsored by Tenable Security!  As always we will have a selection of speakers with interesting topics, good food and door prizes for the lucky ones! Of course CPEs for all registered members as well and we are providing a HOT lunch from Moe’s.  Click Here to Register NOW! Members …

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Volunteer for ISSA International Conference!

ISSA Members:   Want to go to Chicago for the International Conference? Afraid you can’t afford it?   Here is a link to register to be a volunteer during the event. Sign up and you will recieive a significant reduction in the event cost! You may also be able to qualify for a “scholarship” to …

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