Time for another (ISC)² SF Chapter Happy Hour! Looking to network with like-minded professionals? Come and unwind with us! Have a couple of drinks with us, enjoy appetizers and great company. Hope to see you soon!
Chapter is holding its traditional happy hour during the RSA week. This year we’re mixing it up a bit and holding a joint happy hour with other local chapters.
Chapter is excited to offer food, drinks and a presentation on DNS as a Defense Vector by Dr.Vixie.
Chapter is excited to offer deep dish pizza and a presentation on protecting ePHI and the process of implementing/certifying in HITRUST.
Date: September 28, 2016
(ISC)² SF Chapter held an exclusive meeting @ AT&T Park. Private venue, courtesy of Symantec, offers a unique opportunity to enjoy unparalleled views of the game from their corporate suite.
Date: May 5, 2016
Featuring presentation on How Deception Technology Allows Staying Ahead of Attackers
Date: March 17, 2016
Dinner at Berkeley’s Comal Restaurant
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your (ISC)2-SF Chapter! Our March 17th event offers the unique opportunity to share a full dinner and interactive conversation with an in-the-trenches leader of SaaS provision.
(ISC)2 San Francisco Chapter 2015 Holiday Party
Join us December 9th at Hawthorn Cocktail Lounge for our (ISC)2 San Francisco Chapter Holiday Party! We’re having a traditional Spanish Paella party, with a large bubbling pan cooked in front of us while we sip cocktails and nibble on tapas.
We invite our members and their guests for networking, holiday mingling, and social camaraderie! We have again invited the local Bay Area Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigations Association (HTCIA) to join us. We’re looking forward to catching up on their chapter activities. Please visit HTCIA’s website for more information about them.
- Catered paella & tapas dinner
- Two drinks
- Evening of networking and fun with fellow members and professionals
Looking forward to seeing you there!
For our next event, we are offering the unique opportunity to share a dinner and casual conversation with an in-the-trenches large company leader of security compliance.
Why Do Enterprise IT Security Projects Fail?
(And What You Can Do About It)
Hear Doug Meier, Director, GRC at Pandora present this topic, and then capitalize on the opportunity to pick his brain when his mouth is full on his day-to-day challenges and his outlook on the future of security.
Dinner will be an elaborate prix fixe of unusual Burmese dishes with such proteins as quail, duck, and lamb paired with carefully chosen wines and beverages. The owner of this restaurant grows championship chilies behind the restaurant; so for you hot-heads, you can singe your palates with exquisite hot condiments. We will have a nice dessert to finish. You will leave stuffed – belly and cranium. We will need to limit the number of attendees, so register ASAP. All inclusive: $45 for Chapter members and $50 for guests.
Doug Meier, Director, GRC at Pandora
Doug has 20+ years of experience designing, staffing, and managing Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Security, Information Security, IT GRC, and related programs for Silicon Valley Internet companies. He likes the daily challenge of directing teams of talented people on critical business initiatives. He likes the excitement of bringing talented people together to solve business problems. And he enjoys working independently on program planning, security research and investigation, and vendor technology assessment and evaluation. Doug defines teamwork as taking ownership of problems and solutions, taking responsibility for communicating, and following through until the job is done. That’s the main reason he has been successful in a range of corporate cultures in Silicon Valley, from start-up to global enterprise.