We are excited to announce our first ever Virtual Annual General Membership Meeting (AGM)!
Please join us for our annual business meeting and enjoy some very interesting sessions and earn CPE credits.
Date: June 25th, 1:00-4:30
Location: Virtual Zoom Event (Details will be provided to those that RSVP to attend).
Cost: ISACA Boise Members (Free), Non-Members $50
RSVP Required: Click here
Lunch: $25 DoorDash Certificate will be provided to those that attend and participate. (Attendance will be tracked)
- 1:00 – 1:30 – Business Meeting: Welcome, Announcements, Scholarship, Chapter Updates, Member Recognition, Board Position Intros (and Subcommittee/Volunteer Signup), Elections
- ~1:30 – 2:20 – DevSecOps — Julie Chickillo — VP, Head of Information Security @ Guild Education
- ~2:20 – 2:30 – Break
- ~2:30 – 3:20 – SOC 2: From Both Sides of the Table — Sean Lee — Managing Consultant Summit Security Group
- ~3:20 – 3:30 – Break
- ~3:30 – 4:20 – Burning Security Considerations in a COVID-19 Driven World — Josh Chin — ISACA LA President / Co-Founder and Partner at Net Force
Speaker Topic Summaries and Bio Information:
Julie Chickillo – DevSecOps – VP, Head of Information Security @ Guild Education
DevSecOps is one of the hottest buzz words in security these days, but what is it and is it really new. Julie will present a brief history of DevSecOps, the philosophy behind it, auditing pitfalls, and make a case for why it is really just Application Security rebranded.
Julie Chickillo is an information security, risk and compliance professional with over 15 years’ experience in Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance, Threat & Vulnerability, IT Audit, Privacy, DevSecOps and Legal. Proven leadership, presentation and communication skills. Natural ability to work with business partners to effectively achieve risk reduction and regulatory compliance while supporting the business goals and initiatives. Excellent at interpreting government regulations and mandates and working with technical teams to achieve compliance.
Sean Lee – Managing Consultant Summit Security Group – SOC 2: From Both Sides of the Table
Finessing the give and take of SOC 2. An examination of the SOC 2 from the two opposing perspectives of obtaining a SOC 2 and reviewing a vendor’s SOC 2, and applying the added perspective to strengthen both activities.
Sean Lee is an Information Technology professional with over 15 years of experience in information technology, privacy, and security. His expertise includes leading technical teams in software development and a variety of healthcare organizations. During his career, Sean has built information security programs, prepared strategic plans, developed budgets, and led executive briefings on a wide variety of topics. His passion is working with clients to understand information security from a comprehensive approach that benefits not only business operations but also the bottom line.
Josh Chin — ISACA LA President / Co-Founder and Partner at Net Force – Burning Security Considerations in a COVID-19 Driven World
We entered the roaring 2020’s filled with enthusiasm and passion. The economy is booming. Unemployment was at record lows. Overnight, the world turned upside down. Social distancing, work from home, critical workers, food and supply shortages have become the new normal. What was once a single office filled with thousands of employees is now an office of a thousand sites filled with families. Welcome to the COVID-19 world. How do we as professionals manage risk and implement security in the new normal? What are some of the new considerations we need to consider in a COVID-19 influenced economy? Where do we need to rethink our approach to security? What should security, risk management look like in a COVID-19 world?
Joshua Chin is a Founding Partner at Net Force. Joshua specializes in Cybersecurity, Strategy, Digital Forensics, and Technology. He is currently an active member in HTCIA and ISACA. Joshua has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Computer Information Systems from Cal-Poly Pomona and a Master of Science in Business Administration: Information Assurance from Cal-Poly Pomona. He is an advocate for cybersecurity programs such as the U.S. Cyber Challenge and Cambridge2Cambridge.