Message to members: Connecting Online

Hi Members, I have been hearing from many of you that networking has always been the highlight of our chapter meetings and you will miss the opportunity to meet and build meaningful relationships with fellow members of the infosec community. The current COVID-19 situation won’t stop us from continuing to learn from each other and build our networks. The health and safety of our members is paramount, so we will explore ways to stay connected remotely through online channels and provide similar networking opportunities. With this in mind, I have set up our very own (ISC)² Toronto Chapter Networking platform Read More

Announcement – Open Board Positions – CLOSED

Hi everyone! I’m very excited to continue as Chapter President and add more value to our members. In these trying times, I aim to continue our mission of providing educational content and connecting information security professionals across the GTA. Of course, we would need to form a team of passionate individuals to make this happen. We are now accepting applications for the following open Board of Directors positions: Director (Secretary): The secretary will have possession of the records of the organization and of the board of directors. Director (Treasurer): Responsible for keeping an accurate record of all chapter receipts and Read More

Election Announcement

Dear Members, On behalf of the election committee, I’m pleased to announce that Victoria Granova is elected uncontested as the new (ISC)² Toronto Chapter President, effective immediately until December 31, 2020. Victoria served on the Chapter board from January 2019 to February 2020 as a Director (Treasurer), led the first Chapter meeting of 2019 with a panel of female industry leaders (Crafting a Future in InfoSec), setting the tone for more inclusive representation in Chapter meetings. Victoria has since led and/or contributed to all Chapter events, most recently the February Chapter Meeting and representation in industry conferences. Victoria’s online marketing Read More

Elections: Call for Presidential Candidates – CLOSED

Hi members, I’d like to welcome our election committee members who will facilitate our 2020 election process: Rizwan Kalim, Jeff Clark, Ferris Adi, Raphael Adeyemo, Sean Webb, and myself Victoria Granova, as Chapter President, for guidance and oversight only. We are having an election for the role of President for the period of April 15 to December 31, 2020.  Note: As the Chapter currently operates on a calendar year, it will be a short year in 2020. Start date is approximate, contingent on the timely conclusion of the election process.  Role of President: Lead the (ISC)² Toronto Chapter by setting Read More

The (ISC)² Toronto Chapter is back at SecureWorld on April 23, 2020

Hi Chapter members! SecureWorld Toronto cybersecurity conference will take place April 23rd at the Beanfield Centre. Enjoy a full day of high-quality training, CPEs, and networking!  The (ISC)² Toronto Chapter will have two sessions this year in the conference. Agenda, details, and discount codes for (ISC)² Toronto Chapter members can be found here: Looking forward to seeing you there! Best regards,The (ISC)² Toronto Chapter Team

Election Committee – call for volunteers! – CLOSED

Hi everyone!  As discussed at our February chapter meeting, we are looking for 2 individuals to volunteer on our election committee to steer the upcoming Board election for the role of President.  To qualify for the election committee, you need to be an (ISC)² member in good standing who has been active with the Chapter this year (e.g. attended at least one event this year). Preference will be given to fully credentialed (ISC)² members. If you are not a credential holder or an Associate of (ISC)², you are not eligible for the committee. However, you would be able to help Read More

March 10, 2020 – siberX Women in Cybersecurity Conference

We are happy to announce the partnership of the (ISC)² Toronto Chapter with the upcoming Women in Cybersecurity conference by siberX on March 10! Take a look here for more information about the conference: Except from the conference site: Bringing diversity in the cybersecurity workforce by educating and inspiring women from all walks of life and all generations. Come and learn from the leaders who broke the glass and paved the way for the rest of us to be able to lead and excel in cybersecurity. From career development to inspiring keynotes, from IoT to best practices in cybersecurity Read More

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