(ISC)² DevSecOps Email / Course

As an (ISC)² member you may have received an e-mail from [email protected] notifying you that you have been enrolled into a course titled ISC2-DEVSECOPS-MBR – DevSecOps: Integrating Security into DevOps. The e-mail has a link and instructions to login with the e-mail address you associated with (ISC)². Perhaps, like others, you were wondering what this was about and if it was legit. Short answer is, yes…it’s a legit education course. (ISC)² has enrolled members into this course, and as is with a lot of their other content delivered by Brightspace. The online course has an intro, 5 modules, an assessment,


Nov 15th 2018 – Chapter Meeting

Thanks to all the attendees that braved the storm to come out to the ISC2 Toronto Chapter meeting last night. A special thanks to all those who made the event possible: – Danny Pehar & Chris Laird for fantastic presentations – Bobby Singh and the TMX for providing the venue – Irfahn Khimji, CISSP and Tripwire for providing the food/beverages Here are the slide decks from the presentations: ISC2_2018Nov15_ChrisLaird_DNS_Security ISC2_2018Nov15_DannyPehar_PIPEDA_BreachResponse


Chapter Meeting – November 15, 2015

We are pleased to announce our next chapter meeting which will be held on Thursday November 15th 2018. Time: 6:00-8:00pm (venue open from 5:30pm, presentations begin at 6pm) Location: The Gallery, Exchange Tower, 130 King St W (first floor, near the King St. entrance) Food and beverages will be provided. This is an open and free event, you do not need to be an (ISC)² member to attend. Speaker 1: Danny Pehar, President of Cyber Insurance Education https://www.linkedin.com/in/dannypehar/ Bio: With more than 15 years experience in the cyber security industry, Danny Pehar is the President & Co-Founder of Cyber Insurance Read More


Chapter Meeting – February 26, 2018

We are pleased to announce our next chapter meeting will be held on Monday February 26th 2018. Time: 6:00-8:00pm (venue open from 5:30pm, presentations begin at 6pm) Location: The Gallery, Exchange Tower, 130 King St W Eren Girgin will discuss how TMX is utilizing the Kenna vulnerability management platform with integrated threat & exploit intelligence and how it helps TMX to make intelligent decisions for remediation and risk assessment efforts. Eren is a Sr. Security Leader (Director) at TMX responsible for the Security Operations Center. Eren has been practicing information security since 1996 and for the last five years, Eren Read More


CISO Toronto Summit September. 26, 2017

The (ISC)² Toronto chapter has partnered with CDM Media and will be speaking on the agenda at the next CISO Toronto Summit, September 26th at the St. Andrew’s Conference Centre. As a part of this partnership, we’ve secured a limited number of VIP complimentary invitations to the event. As an (ISC)² member or affiliate, you may qualify for one of these passes. This intimate event brings together around 50 senior IT security executives from large enterprise groups for a series of collaborative and interactive discussions. CDM Media, who organizes the events, is certified to provide up to 8 CPE credits Read More


Chapter Meeting – June. 12, 2017

Following our May chapter meeting, (ISC)² Toronto Chapter will be hosting another event following RiskSec Toronto at the St. Andrews Club and Conference Centre. To attend, please register at https://www.risksectoronto.com/ and enter the discount code ISC2MEETING. Select “(ISC)2 Meeting Only” from the list and you will be able to register for FREE. Please note this will not give you access to the conference sessions. Where: St. Andrews Club and Conference Centre – Room L4 (150 King Street West) When: June 12th, 2017 & 6pm Speaker: Neumann Lim, Lead IT Network and Security Architect, Detour Gold Corporation Neumann Lim is a Read More


Chapter Meeting – May. 23, 2017

Hi All, Greg Thompson has again graciously offered to host our next (ISC)² chapter meeting at Scotiabank on May 23, 2017 (next Tuesday). The focus of this event will be around data privacy. We have two great speakers lined up. Information below: Where: 40 King Street West, Main floor , take escalator to second floor atrium. When: May 23, 2017 – 5:30 – 7:30 Food and beverages will be provided. Speaker: Nick Van Exan Privacy & Pwnage: Managing Privacy Law Risks Before and After a Data Breach Government regulation and class action litigation in the area of privacy law has Read More


Chapter Meeting – Jan. 24, 2017

Greg Thompson has graciously provided us a venue at Scotiabank on January 24, 2017 for our next (ISC)² chapter meeting . The primary focus of this event will be (ISC)²’s Safe and Secure program. Dan Waddell, who is the (ISC)² Managing Director for the North American region will be speaking about the Safe and Secure program. You can read about Safe and Secure here: https://safeandsecureonline.org/ Location Information: Where: 40 King Street West (2nd floor atrium) – https://goo.gl/maps/KtuA85mMVDn When: January 24, 2017 – 5:30 – 7:30 Pizza and beverages will be provided. Hope to see you all there.


Chapter Meeting – Oct. 12, 2016

Our two guest speakers for our October 12th, 2016 Chapter meeting were: Nik Alleyne Cyber Security Manager Topic: Building a Forensically Capable Network Infrastructure Nik’s Profile: https://www.blogger.com/profile/10282323977269843041 John Markh Security standards Manager at PCI Security Standard Council Topic: Highlights from 2016 North America Community Meeting John’s Profile: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/johnmarkh


Chapter Meeting – Mar. 16, 2016

The next chapter meeting will be hosted at PwC @ 18 York, March 16, 2016 from 18:00 – 21:00. Come enjoy great talks, pizza & pop, and network with your fellow security peers. Location: 18 York St. – 3rd Floor (Marshall McLuhan/John Kenneth Galbraith) Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B2 Speakers: Paul Langley Sr. Information Security Advisor | Pragmatic Security Evangelist CYA – A Pragmatic Approach to Third Party Risk Assurance Current approaches to third party risk assurance typically ask the wrong questions, focus on the wrong things and are generally a waste of time. The talk will discuss risk assurance from Read More


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