Our third chapter meeting of 2017 will be held Jun 20th, 1:00-4:00pm, at the Ewald Conference Center in St Paul. Come out and join us for our informative presentations and great networking with your coworkers, colleagues and friends!
- Social networking: 1pm – 1:30pm
- President and Board opening statements: 1:30pm – 1:50pm
- Presentation: 1:50 – 2:40pm
- Break: 2:40pm-2:50pm
- Presentation: 2:50pm – 3:40pm
- Drawings and closing remarks: 3:40pm – 4pm
- Happy Hour
Right after the chapter meeting, join us at the Surley Brewing Co. for a happy hour social/networking opportunity and visit with your friends and colleagues. Thanks to MN ISSA Silver sponsor BlueCat Networks for hosting the happy hour!
Grave Danger! Is there any other type of Danger?
This is a unique presentation as it incorporates ethical behavior with the development of Security Education, Awareness and Training Programs. By doing this it can assist in reducing risk to individuals and companies but also provide guidance on proper ethical behavior in various situations.
Kelley Archer, CISSR
Kelley is the Manager of IT Risk and Security and acting Chief Information Security Officer at Cantel Medical, a global Health Care equipment manufacturer with over 38 years combined IT and Physical Security experience. He is a CISSR, Certified Information System Security Representative, a recognized Distinguished Fellow, and an Executive Advisor to the MN ISSA Chapter. Kelley is also a member of the ISSA International Ethics Committee dealing with ethical issues and a published writer. He specializes in developing Information Security Education, Awareness and Training Programs and is a certified trainer.
He provides free identity theft prevention briefings to non-profit organizations as well as corporations and is co-founder of Secure360, the largest annual security conference in the upper Midwest held in May each year in Minneapolis.
PCI COMPLIANCE: Do I really Need to Be Concerned?
PCI should be getting easier, but as technology changes and as organizations out-source processes, risks to data are still reality and the risks are not necessarily decreasing. Organizations need to be aware of the on-going compliance requirements and areas of focus that may need attention. Acquiring banks, processors, the card brands and customers have an expectation that organizations are focused on protecting card data. This session will review PCI requirements that cause “pain”, as well as tips for improving your card data footprint.
Greg Schu is a partner in BDO’s National Risk, Management & Technology Advisory Services team. He has over 20 years of experience in professional services helping organizations evaluate risk, governance, security, regulatory standards, compliance controls and understand the areas of focus where business, compliance, or technology security improvements may be required.
Greg provides IT Assessment, IT Audit, Data Security and Risk Assessment, and Payment Card Industry (PCI) services on a local, national and global basis to Fortune 100 public companies across the retail, healthcare, financial, professional services, and manufacturing industries. He has managed international engagements in a variety of countries and has lead IT compliance and security initiatives. He has had interaction with government regulatory functions such as the PCAOB and bank regulators. He has also helped organizations with assessing data security, systems, and compliance of the PCI Data Security Standards and managed initiatives on a local and global basis for readiness assessments and full Reports on Compliance (ROCs). Projects have included local and global analysis of networks, logging and monitoring, penetration tests, systems scans, logical and physical security, compliance processes, and security awareness.
Greg has been a lead speaker and co-presenter at the AICPA, MN ISACA, MN Society of CPAs, and various national seminars and conferences.
Are non-members and guests welcome at meetings and events?
Yes, we welcome individuals at large from the security community to join us for any of our events. We simply ask that, after experiencing personally the value of our community at two events, individuals consider joining ISSA for the additional benefits that membership provides.
Why do we have to register to attend meetings and events?
Besides assisting the board with planning logistics for our events, registering for meetings and events, then checking in when you attend, provides you with self-service documentation you can print out to support your CPE credits if you are audited.