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~ Advancing Security in Northeast Ohio ~
(formerly American Society for Industrial Security)

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MEMBERS:  We need several volunteers for various activities, short term volunteer help. We co-sponsor this event and we need your help to join with other volunteers to fulfill our obligations. Not hard work, have some fun, work with others, and help the chapter and the event be as successful as it can be. CALL for details and options, TRACI PAPONETTI, Lubrizol, 440-347-1531

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The 11th Annual Information Security Summit will be held October 24-25, 2013 at LaCentre Facility in Westlake, Ohio.  Please see PDF flyer for information and early bird registration fees (8-31).  This is a great opportunity to keep up to date on Information Security trends as well as net-working with industry peers.  They will also be dedicating an entire track to legal issues this year.

Summit Fast Facts:

• The Information Security Summit was formed as a result of a summit meeting that was held in 2001.  Various law enforcement and security-related organizations met to discuss membership benefits and to see if there were ways to groups could begin working together.

• The Information Security Summit organization was formed in 2003, though the first Summit was held in 2002 at the Tri-C East Campus. That first Summit attracted about 150 attendees.

• Attendance has increased every year, with 2012 attendance at nearly 500.

• Over the past 11 years, the Summit has partnered with ISSA, ISACA, Cleveland HoneyNet Project, Business Emergency Planning Association, Red Cross, Cuyahoga County Police Chiefs Association, International Association of Privacy Professionals, InfraGard, NEO IT ThinkTank, NEO Information Security Forum, HTCIA, OWASP, HISP Institute, CSA Cleveland, ISC2 Cleveland and the NEO Honeypot Group to produce Summit events.

• Over the past few years, our sponsors have included IBM, VMWare, RSA, Juniper Networks, Oracle, Kaspersky Labs, ASMGi, Hurricane Labs, Accuvant, CentraComm, Trend Micro, SecureState, Riverbed, Zscaler, Modulo, Wombat Security Technologies, Varonis, Cadre, Check Point, Enterasys, HISPI, Security Weaver, Sequris, Corero Network Security, ArcMail, ProTech, Sourcefire, TWC - Business Class, Ohio.net, CBTS, Imperva, Q1 Labs, Rapid7, IntiGrow, BSI, New Horizons Learning
Centers, Fast Switch, Corbus and ArcSight.

• In 2011 the Summit attendees came from 11 states and represented 215 organizations.

• In 2011 The Summit organized the CSO Xchange. The CSO Xchange is a group of thought leaders and executive-level peers who have a passion for security, audit, risk management or compliance and the responsibility to protect their company's information assets. The CSO Xchange meets three times a year to share ideas, concerns, and thoughts about governance, risk management, compliance, security strategy, best practices and pragmatic solutions. There are currently 23 companies represented in the CSO Xchange.

• In 2012 the Summit held its first Spring Summit (IT Means Business) in Westlake, Ohio. Over 150 attended the event.

• In 2012 the Summit opened the ISS Training Center on Rockside Road in Independence, Ohio.

• Since 2002, Information Security Summit has donated over $150,000 to area non-profit organizations in support of their membership programs.

• In 2012 the Summit attendees came from as far away the UAE.

• In 2013 the Summit held its second Spring Summit as part of Northeast Ohio’s Tech Week and attracted over 200 participants

• In 2013 the Summit will hold their 11th Annual Information Security Summit and expects to draw 500+ attendees

Thank you,

Traci Paponetti
ASIS Cleveland Chapter Chair
Security Supervisor, The Lubrizol Corporation

Information Security Summit Mission

Information Security Summit is a non-profit association working in partnership with various security-related organizations. Our purpose and primary objectives are:

* To provide low-cost, quality training and conferencing events to Northern Ohio security and audit professionals;

* To promote education and awareness to those people whose job involves security-related activities; and

* To raise and distribute revenue to assist other non-profit security-related organizations in holding training and seminars for their members.

* All net proceeds from this conference are donated back to the non-profit security associations that are organizing this conference (Infragard, ASIS Cleveland, NEO Information Security Forum, and ISACA). Thank you for your generous support.

UPDATE:  8-24-13:

from the Summit...Gary Sheehan, Exec. Dir., ISS

October will be here before you know it so I want to share some Summit updates with you now so you can prepare for the fall event.  The Summit will be held on October 24-25, with pre-conferencetraining on October 21-23. 
1.  Pre-conference training classes are available and registration is open.  Classes need to meet their minimum student requirements by October 01 so make sure to register as early as possible.  We have the following classes scheduled:
3-days  ITIL Instruction & Certification Exam  Instructor: Alan Black  Cost:  $849 
1-day    Project Management for IT & InfoSec   Instructor:  Keith Fricke   Cost: $400
2-days  Bypassing Security Defenses - Secret Pen Testing Techniques  Instructor:  David Kennedy  Cost: $500  
2-days  The Complete Security Professional  Instructors:  Gary Sheehan & Ed Napoleon  Cost: $499
1-day    Creating a Security Operations & Analysis Center   Instructor:  Jamie Murdock  Cost: $400
2-days  Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai-WTF   Instructor:  Tom Eston  Cost: $750
1-day   Web Application Security   Instructor:  Robert Simon   Cost: $400
2-days  Introduction to Malware Analysis   Instructor:  Tyler Hudak   Cost: $650
1-day    Organizational Changes:  Issues and Answers   Instructor:  John O'Leary  Cost: $300                       
1-day    Effective and Efficient Security Awareness  Instructor:  John O'Leary  Cost: $300                       
1-day    Shiny, Let's Be Bad Guys: Exploiting Web App Vulnerabilities  Instructor:  David Stanek  Cost: $399
1-day    Virtualization and Cloud Computing: Realistic Security  Instructor:  John O'Leary  Cost: $300

2.  The First Annual Corporate Security Challenge will take place on October 24th at the Summit.  We are looking for 10 teams from area companies (3 people per team) to compete in an Academic-Challenge-like security competition. All conference attendees will be invited to witness this corporate challenge and cheer on their colleagues, co-workers and favorite companies. The team with the most points at the end of the competition will be declared the winner. The one individual in the competition who accumulated the most points will be awarded the 2013 Security MVP Award.  Details and registration are on our website. 
3.  A list of sessions being delivered during the Summit can be found on our website.
4.  Conference registration is open and available from our website.  THE EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DISCOUNT WILL END ON AUGUST 31, 2013  SO REGISTER SOON TO GET THE REDUCED PRICE.   
Visit our website at:  https://www.informationsecuritysummit.org/index_iss.php to get all your training, competition and conference event information.  Send inquiries to cso@informationsecuritysummit.org.  I hope to see you at the Summit!

Best Regards,
Gary Sheehan
Executive Director
Information Security Summit


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