Events

ISC(2) Security Congress 2011

Sep 19-21, 2011

Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida

Lessons Learned From The FTC (Federal Trade Commission)

Summary:

The FTC has emerged as the leading investigator of privacy and security breaches, and has sanctioned companies and institutions across industries for breaches. This presentation reviews the FTC’s track record, examines lessons learned from each sanction, and provides guidance based on current and proposed regulations.

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Over the last decade, in the absence of a national Consumer Privacy Watchdog/Czar, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has set the standard for what it considers acceptable, and unacceptable behavior for companies and organizations conducting business within the United States.

The FTC doesn’t involve itself in the minutae of security standards ‘ala HIPAA, PCI, etc, nor does it dictate what protocols or technologies companies need to use. Rather, the FTC uses it’s Constitutional and Congressional mandate for regulating Interstate Commerce to hold companies accountable for their breaches.

This presentation will examine the FTC’s track record, put the sanctions in a larger context of privacy and security breaches, and most importantly, we will look at where the FTC is trending with the FTC Health Breach and RED FLAG regulations.

Whether you deal with physical security, digital security, Risk Management or Compliance, you WILL learn something valuable, and relevant here.

 

AppAssure/SMBNation HIPAA Compliance Webinar

Thursday, September 8, 2011 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT

And with the recent penalties against UCLA Health System ($ 865,000), Rite-Aid ( $ 1M), CVS ($ 2.25M), Massachusetts General ($ 1M) and Cignet ($ 4.3M), the Office of Civil Rights is finally showing that it means business.

Several key requirements for HIPAA compliance are
- backups and records retention.
- Disaster Recovery
- Business Continuity

This webinar, by Raj Goel, a renowned expert on HIPAA/HITECH Compliance,  will give you an overview of how AppAssure helps health care providers meet HIPAA/HITECH compliance, while solving critical business challenges, effectively.

Speakers: Harry Brelsford and Raj Goel

Register here!: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/516144041

ISC(2) SecureDallas 2011

Dec 2, 2011

Dallas/Ft Worth Marriott Solana
5 Village Circle
Westlake, TX 76262

 

Privacy and Security Challenges With Cloud Computing

6 CPEs for CISSPs and ISC2 members

 

Dropbox, Gmail, Facebook, Amazon Web Services — they’ve become part of the IT DNA. More than that, they have become household verbs.

 

Individual consumers and complete corporations moving to Social Media and the cloud has had a resounding impact on how our profession manages enterprise security. In this day-long, interactive event, we’ll explore strategies for managing the risks associated with:

-Data Loss Prevention
-Brand Protection
-Privacy Erosion
-Malware Protection
- FTC’s regulatory sanctions
- Guidance from the Courts, FTC, HHS and other regulatory bodies on Cloud Computing and Social Media

Many of the tools to protect our organizations and users are deployed and in use already. Join us as we share techniques from our peers in making the best use of our past investments to mitigate these risks and more.

ISC(2) SecureDenver 2011

Nov 7, 2011 – 08:00

Denver Marriott South at Park Meadows
10345 Park Meadows Dr
Littleton, CO 80124

 

Privacy and Security Challenges With Cloud Computing

6 CPEs for CISSP and ISC2 members

Dropbox, Gmail, Facebook, Amazon Web Services — they’ve become part of the IT DNA. More than that, they have become household verbs.

Individual consumers and complete corporations moving to Social Media and the cloud has had a resounding impact on how our profession manages enterprise security. In this day-long, interactive event, we’ll explore strategies for managing the risks associated with:

-Data Loss Prevention
-Brand Protection
-Privacy Erosion
-Malware Protection
- FTC’s regulatory sanctions
- Guidance from the Courts, FTC, HHS and other regulatory bodies on Cloud Computing and Social Media

Many of the tools to protect our organizations and users are deployed and in use already. Join us as we share techniques from our peers in making the best use of our past investments to mitigate these risks and more.

 

ISC(2) SecureCleveland 2011

March 24, 2011

Cleveland Airport Marriott

 

In this highly interactive session, you’ll learn about threats to YOUR customer’s privacy.
•    Googling Your Corporate Privacy Away – Tools and practices your users are already using that will compromise their privacy.
•    Trends in Regulations – Rules and regulations you need to know to stay current.
•    Trends in Financial Crimes – New crimes, old crimes with new tools and why your company is so attractive to attackers.
•    Effective Multicompliance – Tips, techniques and lessons learned in staying compliant, while increasing profits and maintaining your sanity.

8 CPEs for CISSPs and ISC2 members

Like all ISC2 events in their Security Leadership Series, this event is free to ISC2 members and is fantastic opportunity to connect with your peers from around the area.

ISC(2) SecureCharlotte 2010


Oct 19, 2010
Westin Charlotte

In this highly interactive session, you’ll learn about threats to YOUR customer’s privacy.
• Googling Your Corporate Privacy Away – Tools and practices your users are already using that will compromise their privacy.
• Trends in Regulations – Rules and regulations you need to know to stay current.
• Trends in Financial Crimes – New crimes, old crimes with new tools and why your company is so attractive to attackers.
• Effective Multicompliance – Tips, techniques and lessons learned in staying compliant, while increasing profits and maintaining your sanity.

8 CPEs for CISSPs and ISC2 members

Like all ISC2 events in their Security Leadership Series, this event is free to ISC2 members and is fantastic opportunity to connect with your peers from around the area.

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