Tasked with managing communications from the Board to chapter members as well as communications to external entities.
Evan Law is a senior information technology specialist with the State of Hawaii, reports directly to the State Department of Defense Chief Information Officer, and is the department's technical lead. He is highly engaged with community and volunteers to support the CyberPatriot, GenCyber, CyberStart and other youth cybersecurity programs. He is a recent graduate at UH Manoa, majoring in Electrical Engineering.
Vincent DiRienzo is a graduate student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. His focus is in cybersecurity and visualization.
Brian’s simple mission as a cybersecurity professional is to help others and inspire cyber safety education in his community. With a career founded in retail operations, he hopes to share unique perspective and value with (ISC)2 Hawaii. A recent graduate from UH Manoa in Computer Science, Brian is pursuing further certifications starting with CISSP.
Tasked with managing all chapter educational endeavors.
Chapter Speakers Bureau
Rachelle is an IT Security Engineer with the Security Operations team at a major health care insurance provider in the State of Hawaii. A recent graduate of University of Hawaii-West Oahu with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Information Security & Assurance. She also obtained an Associate in Science in Information Technology and a Certificate of Achievement in Information Security & Assurance from Kapiolani Community College. Rachelle has served as the past president for the cybersecurity student clubs at KapCC and UH-West Oahu. She has been actively volunteering for (ISC)2 since 2017, while she was a student. She is also a member of Young AFCEA Hawaii where is part of the cyber committee. Rachelle’s aim is to educate the community about cyber safety and awareness and is passionate about encouraging more young women to enter the cybersecurity industry as she has achieved. Rachelle is currently studying for her CISSP certification.
Anthony is a U.S. Army veteran and a student at the University of Hawaii West Oahu, pursuing his Bachelor's Degree in Information Security & Assurance. As a Peer Mentor for the Information & Computer Science program at Leeward Community College, he actively encourages students to participate in cybersecurity events and programs. Currently, Anthony is enrolled in the "Onward to Opportunity" veteran training program beginning in March 2020 to earn his CISSP certification.
Robert is a dynamic young professional who is eager to gain experience as a cybersecurity professional. An advocate for community service, he aims to find innovative ways to bring information security to the general public. Completing his cyber security curriculum, he is excited to be graduating this upcoming spring. He has proven ability to work independently while contributing to the goals and outcomes of the team. Effectively studying for his CISSP, he is an intentional learner who enjoys helping others to achieve their objectives.
David Barrar is from Portland, Oregon. He graduated from Oregon State University with a degree Microbiology, and moved to Maui in 2010 following his love of the wind, sun and ocean. David is a self-taught web developer, coder, and hacker enthusiast, drawn into the world of Cybersecurity through his participation in the SANS CyberStart program in the summer of 2017. He is excited to be the Maui Committee Chair for the (ISC)2 Hawaii Chapter, and aspires to join the ranks of certified computer professionals.
Tracy Fu serves as a National Account Executive for the SANS Institute, helping global organizations build and execute strategic information security programs. Tracy joined SANS in 2009, managing the Quality Assurance Program and Customer Sales and Support Teams in Hawaii, Colorado, and Virginia. She was instrumental in ensuring exceptional, quality course and instructor development as well as improving customer service. Tracy holds the SANS GISF and GSLC certifications.