Connect | Educate | Inspire | Secure
(ISC)² Hawaii Chapter is an official chapter of (ISC)². We share the vision of inspiring a safe and secure cyber world. Our mission is to be the focal point of educating and certifying the people of Hawaii in the areas of Cyber Safety and Security. We interact with people of every level, from our keiki to kupuna, and teach them how to keep their virtual identities safe. We also assist those interested in turning that knowledge into a fulfilling career. Join us.
(ISC)² Hawaii Chapter
November General Meeting
About this Event
(ISC)² Hawaii Chapter is excited to host Michael P. Anthony on November 19, 2020 between 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM.
Security and Event Management (SIEM)
Safeguarding Information in the Cloud
Safely Provisioning Devices (during max telework)
Trusted Internet Connection (TIC 3.0) / SW Defined Perimeter
Registration required to receive CPE Credit
Please Register HERE
About Michael Anthony
Michael Anthony (SES) serves as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). In addition to providing strategic direction and operational support for the agency’s information systems, his responsibilities include leading the agency’s cybersecurity, privacy, and records management programs as well as ensuring the NTSB complies with Freedom of Information Act requirements.
Monthly Membership Meetings
Before every membership meeting, chapter members will receive an email invitation to register for the meeting. This registration is important as it facilitates getting CPEs awarded to registered members. It also helps with planning for venues. If we are having a virtual meeting, and you have not registered, the moderator will take your information before admitting you into the meeting. Virtual meetings can be attended by clicking the below button.
JOIN US IN OUR VISION OF INSPIRING A SAFE AND SECURE CYBER HAWAII
Organized in 2015, we are here to serve the (ISC)² community as well as promote cyber security in Hawaii. We have several opportunities for those interested in building up the chapter or promoting computer security in the community.