Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Topic: Beyond SolarWinds and the Pandemic – Can We Control Cybersecurity and Systemic Risk?
Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity & Ambiguity (VUCA) is the new reality for businesses and governments everywhere. Crisis and risk management is a key responsibility of the C-Suite, Boardroom and government leaders. Supply chain exploitations like the SolarWinds compromise should not be a surprise. By now, hacking has become so routine it is hardly remarkable. The pandemic and other world factors have shown the fragility of our businesses, economic systems and governments.
In this session learn key principles to address these issues including (a) reducing fragility in architecture designs through increased diversity; (b) the necessity to assume permeability and layered security; and (c) acknowledge where current practices produce a fallacy of trust in platforms and services. Mitigating individual risks and plugging vulnerabilities as identified is not a winning strategy against sophisticated organized cyber aggressors, nation-state actors, and unanticipated world events.
Please join us for this highly informative session as Laszlo shares and navigates for us the continually evolving and unsecure landscape of the future.
Speaker: Laszlo Gonc, CISSP, QTE
Founder, CEO, Next Era Transformation Goup, LLC
Founding Member, Senior Fellow, DivIHN Center for Excellence for Digital, Security and Risk
Digital Directors Network, Qualified Technology Expert (QTE)
Laszlo Gonc is Founder and CEO of Next Era Transformation Group. Laszlo has more than thirty years’ experience as a recognized senior leader providing thought leadership in cybersecurity, IT risk management, and information technology systems. His experience spans across multiple industries, including, healthcare, manufacturing, supply chain, legal, insurance, marketing, banking and advertising. He is responsible for advising and helping organizations – corporate, government, and nonprofits alike – secure their businesses and supply chains, mitigate IT risk, and implement technology strategies driving both performance and business value.
He is a nationally recognized keynote speaker, co-founding the SIM National Digital Risk SIG. He serves as Advisory Board Member for the national Cybersecurity Collaborative, the Illinois Institute of Technology’s C2SAFE Program, and is Founder and Senior Fellow for DivIHN’s Center of Excellence for Digital, Security and Risk. He is Chair Emeritus of the Project Management Institute (PMI) Chicagoland Executive Council, served as Executive Vice President for the Chicago chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), and is a Board Member for the Society for Information Management (SIM) Chicago and ISACA Chicago Chapter (ISACA). He is also a member of Chicago FBI Infragard, and Information Systems Security Association (ISSA).
Click Here to Register to Receive a Meeting Link You must register by 6/15 to attend! The meeting link will be sent out the evening of 6/13 to all registrants, with a reminder sent the day of the event. If you have not received the link by the morning of 6/14, check your spam folder. If it is not there, send an email to email@example.com and he will email you the link.
“Implied Permission – When you register for an AITP Chicago Zoom event you are giving us “Implied Permission” to send you emails. This is necessary so that we can use Constant Contact to send all registrants the Zoom link for the virtual meeting. This will also result in you being added to the mailing list for our Weekly Newsletter of upcoming events. Occasionally you will also be sent special event announcements. You will be able to “opt out” of these mailings at any time by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link on the bottom of the page.”
Looking for presentations from past meetings? Members can access them HERE on the ISSA.org web site.
Continuing Professional Education Units
ISSA Chicago Chapter meeting attendees are eligible to claim CPE units. CPE allotment is determined by your certification body and is typically one CPE per hour of attendance with reporting in quarter-CPE increments. For auditing purposes, the start and stop times of your participation will be provided as evidence in an email following the meeting. ISSA Chicago suggests attendees round down to the nearest quarter; i.e. 1 hour 54 minutes would be reported as 1.75 CPEs
If an attendee participates for less than 15 minutes, the system will not send a confirmation.
Event Anti-Harassment Policy
The ISSA Chicago Chapter is dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, age, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any event venue, including talks. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the event at the discretion of the event organizers/management.
Please follow this link to see the full text of our Anti-Harassment Policy.