ISSA-LA October Virtual Meeting

Join us as we welcome an old friend, Ira Winkler  President of Secure Mentem, as he discusses key concepts from his new book, "You CAN Stop Stupid: Stopping Losses from Accidental and Malicious Actions." Register here: Managers, security specialists, IT staff, and other professionals often complain that employees, customers, and users are stupid. But what […]

ISSA-LA Jan 8 Mtg: Dissecting Real World Cloud Attacks

We'll navigate through uncharted security territory by analyzing the attack lifecycle in the cloud and dissecting a real-world attack. The same technology that makes the cloud dynamic can have the opposite effect on an organization’s ability to implement detection and response in cloud environments. This includes the adding additional layer of preventative controls in addition […]

ISSA-LA January 13 Law Enforcement Panel

Come join us as we have a great panel of law enforcement personnel, from agencies such as the FBI and US Secret Service, as they discuss the latest cyber attacks and the trends that are being observed. In light of the recent major breaches, this panel discussion is incredibly important for you to attend. We […]

ISSA-LA January 28 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2021 (Happy Hour)

As we learned in 2020, vendors predict, and the universe laughs. But this year ISSA Los Angeles will bring together experts from Netskope, Proofpoint, Crowdstrike and Okta to get their view of the year to come. These experts will share how they see 2021 shaping up for networking and security, in the form of some […]

ISSA-LA | President’s Day Happy Hour

Come join the Southern California Cybersecurity Community and say "Hello" and "Great to See You"! We will have a few rooms for you to hang in and join in conversations on different topics. Everyone is welcome! RSVP:  

ISSA-LA February 17, 2021 Virtual Chapter Meeting

Physical Schmizical – Why InfoSec Needs To Get On It Abstract: Contemporary physical security practices were largely developed by former law enforcement professionals that viewed their work as “guards, guns, and gates”. Technology was viewed as an apparatus that limited access to protect the value of “physical” assets (equipment) and responding to critical events concerning […]

ISSA-LA March 2021 Meeting: Josh Corman Presents

Advice I wish I had gotten... (and some I'm glad I did) Reflections on the attitudes and ethics of how we serve our profession, our industry, and increasingly... public safety and public good. The content will be candid, raw, and forthright. There are changes we need to make as a discipline. It's time. Speaker: Joshua Corman Joshua Corman is […]