March 2020 Meeting
How a good idea for an information sharing demonstration project around a sporting event became what was described as “lightning in a bottle”. And that is that learning about cyber remains, for many, a niche discipline best left for the computer science crowd. Yet, by introducing a cyber activity around Olympics and major sports events, Sports-ISAO has learned that the “Elixir of Sport” is a powerful catalyst for growing participation, attracting partners, and producing useful cyber threat intelligence.
Doug DePeppe has practiced multidisciplinary cyberlaw since 2004 while serving in cyber operations offices in the US Government, in the US Military, and in private practice. He served on the White House 60-day Cyberspace Policy Review as part of the Lawyers Working Group in 2009. He holds a Master of Laws degree with a focus on national security law and cyberlaw from The George Washington University Law School, and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law. He also serves as Board President of the Cyber Resilience Institute, and leads its Sports-ISAO Program Office; and in 2018, he was inducted into the Information Sharing Hall of Fame.
EVENT SPONSOR: Cyber Resilience Institute - Sports-ISAO
January 2020 Monthly Chapter Meeting
Jan 13th @ 6-8PM - 500 W 5th Street, Winston-Salem, NC - Ask the FBI / Open DiscussionABSTRACT
Have you ever had a question for your local FBI Agent as it pertains to your role at your company, your business, or events involving cybersecurity? Special Agent Scholtz will be present and hold an open discussion with our Triad cybersecurity community.PRESENTER’S BIOGRAPHY
Special Agent Scholtz has been working for the FBI since 2004. His investigative background includes White Collar Crime, Public Corruption, Counterterrorism, and Cyber Crime programs. He is currently assigned to the Greensboro Resident Agency of the FBI’s Charlotte Field Office. His current focus is investigating Cyber Crime.
BusinessNC Magazine - November Issue
November 1, 2019
Triad Cyber Round Table
September 24, 2019
The Center will hold its first education event for local business leaders. A panel of cyber risk management, IT, legal, and insurance experts will present on four key areas of cybersecurity and answer questions from the business community.
October 1, 2019
A gathering of academic, government, business and cybersecurity leaders to informally discuss success and concerns related to industry-applied cybersecurity. This gathering will identify the foundational elements of our current and future needs.
August 27, 2019
Daniel Kroese, the Senior Advisor for the Cybersecurity Division of the Department for Homeland Security will be a guest speaker at the ribbon cutting, describing the need for community based cybersecurity initiatives, like the NCCC, to help mitigate systemic risks to our national economy. Other speakers and supporters in attendance will include North Carolina Chief Risk Officer, Maria Thompson, Winston-Salem Mayor, Allen Joines, Mark Owens, President of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce and a representative from the office of Richard Burr.