From the President
Greetings Fellow Denver Chapter Members,
We enjoyed a great presentation on Risk Management and SOX compliance for ERP Systems at the March Meeting. Jeffrey Hare of ERP Advisors gave an insightful session, with lively question and answers throughout. He has kindly provided the slides and referenced whitepapers, these can be found in the Chapter Presentations section.
Our next meeting meeting is the Annual General Meeting, at the Wildlife Experience (CU Denver South). Tanya Baccam of the SANS institute will be presenting a session on Auditing Mobile and Web Applications. Election results will also be announced at this meeting, a survey link for the election will be forthcoming shortly.
Please take the time to check out the new Colorado=Security, the home for all things security in Colorado. It's your place to connect with the local security community, see the calendar of upcoming events, and of course, listen to Colorado's only security podcast. The most recent podcasts can be found here.
Other news (click the links below):
We have postponed the CyberGirlz Summit until September 2017, in order to better reach or intended audience. However, the May RMISC sessions are still on, see below:
We have partnered with the ISSA at the RMISC, to have several sessions geared towards Women in IT, and towards learning about the CyberPatriot Competition (see flyer linked here and in the RMISC Updates Section). We'd love to get that information in the hands of High School/Middle School Students of any gender - so please send that on to interested parties. We're inviting the students, whether in the competition or not, coaches, assistants, parents and mentors to attend these sessions.
Registration is now open for the 2017 Rocky Mountain Informaton Security Conference, Colorado's premier IT Security Conference! Now with 2 full days, plus pre-confernce workshops! See seciton below for link to read more and register.
Don Mapes, Chapter President