Please register for the next (ISC)² Kansas City Chapter Meeting and plan to attend the first Wednesday of the month-May 4th! Registering will help us plan accordingly for meeting space, chairs and refreshments.
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Chapter Meeting Details:
- When: Wednesday, May 4th, 2016 (The first Wednesday of every month)
- Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
- Where: THE CAVES! Cavern Technologies Phase 4
- Address: 17501 W 98th St #856, Lenexa, Kansas 66219
- Format: Round table, interactive discussion with security professionals from many different industries, tech companies and organizations, from upper management to operators who have many diverse experiences. We invite knowledgeable and expert members and guests to facilitate and keep the discussion moving along and on-task.
- Topic: What Apple and the FBI Can Teach Us About Compliance
- Description: From high-profile clashes with the FBI to standardizing transatlantic data transfers, the conversation about privacy compliance continues to make the headlines. These debates allow us to open the door for reexamination of how modern day security and privacy compliance should be shaped.While current measures largely focus on a decade-old notion of protecting devices (i.e., desktops, laptops, servers, mobile) and networks (i.e., SSL, TLS), this mindset doesn’t align with today’s computing model where data continually transfers from devices and networks, constantly shifting ownership at the same time.
So, how do you make sure your organization is securing the data itself, not just the device? CTO of PKWARE, Joe Sturonas, will build upon his 25 years of experience and present attendees with:
- The latest privacy techniques to secure information at the source
- Sensible ways go beyond compliance for easy information sharing between the right people
- Actionable takeaways on how to identify where methods can be improved, demonstrating through case studies where data breaches could have been avoided
Joe Sturonas, a 25-year veteran of the commercial software industry, is responsible for product development at PKWARE, including software engineering, documentation, quality assurance and technical support. Joe has exuberantly worked with companies and government entities on overcoming the biggest organizational challenge of our time: protecting information. At nine of the top 10 global banks and with 200 government agencies, Joe has helped find extensive solutions when it comes to encryption, compliance, data security and data center optimization. He holds a BS degree from Miami University and an MS degree in Artificial Intelligence from DePaul University.
Come prepared with your experiences, questions, and your security concerns that you wish to bring before a host of like-minded security professionals.