Cyber-physical Systems Security Forum at Boise State University

Boise State is hosting security forum:

CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS SECURITY FORUM

From the above Website:

Join us for a Cyber-Physical Systems Security Forum at Boise State University on November 30. This interactive forum is designed to promote discussion on the cyber-physical security risks, threats, and challenges organizations face. To help frame the discussion, we have invited industry leaders to share their experiences in implementing, managing, enforcing, and assessing cyber-physical systems security controls.

The forum begins with an optional breakfast networking session at 8:30 AM and College of Engineering Dean JoAnn Lighty will kick things off at 9 AM. We will conclude the event with a luncheon and roundtable discussion where your input will help shape our cyber-physical security curricula. Check out the agenda for more detail.

There is no cost to attend but registration is required.  We encourage you to invite others from your organization who may also be interested.

December 19, 2018 ISACA / ISSA Mixer

Topic:  Holiday ISACA / ISSA Mixer Toys for Tots collection.

Join us for this discussion on Nation States, Hackers, and Squirrels – The threats facing US Critical Infrastructure by Justin Courtial, (CISSP)

Date, Time and Location: December 19th, at the Stonehouse  (709 E. Park Blvd Boise, ID 83712) From 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.

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Free with a Toys for Tots Donation.

Summary: Join Justin Courtial, as he takes his audience on the captivating journey that is Industrial Control System Security! Come away with some new conversation starters for your holiday parties as you drop some knowledge on your fellow revelers with terms like ICS, SCADA, HMI, RTU, and PLC! If that wasn’t enough, get ready to dazzle everyone that hasn’t walked away from you pretending to answer a phone call with some highlights about some of the attacks against Critical Infrastructure. We will top it all off with security suggestions you have undoubtedly heard before but maybe ignored, and of course, squirrels.

Justin Courtial, (CISSP) is a Cyber Security Lead for a publicly traded utility in Idaho. He is currently focused on Incident Response, Host/Network Forensics, Enterprise Security Architecture and Enterprise Security policy. He has a BBA from Washington State University in Management Information Systems.

December 13, 2018 Ethics Seminar

Topic:  Joint Ethics Seminar with Boise IIA

Join us for this presentation by Jon Shipley

Date and Time: Thursday, December 13, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, There will also be social/networking time starting at 2:30

CPEs:  2 ethics-related CPE hours

Pricing:

  • $35 ISACA and IIA members
  • $50 nonmembers
  • $20 retired members and students

Location:  JRS Auditorium (Simplot Headquarters), 1099 W Front St, Boise

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Summary:   Ethical dilemmas are those moments that pit the things we value against each other. Identifying those values – and their worth – is at the heart of working through these challenges, but each of us does it in a slightly different way. In this training we’ll discuss values, ethical approaches, and workshop how those things lead to our individual behaviors. We all can be a little more mindful of the approaches we take and the implications that each has on what we choose to do

Jon Shipley is a Human Resource Consultant that has been working with AmeriBen
since 2016. He received his Ph.D. in Organizational Communication from Texas A&M,
specializing in organizational culture and development. Over the years, he has
enjoyed a variety of experiences in business, from sales and account management to
customer service and branch management.
Jon’s expertise lies in creating interactive learning experiences – he has over 9 years
teaching at the university level and received departmental awards based on that
work. Currently he holds an adjunct position at Boise State University, teaching
classes in organizational and interpersonal communication.