Local chapter events are key to creating a community of like-minded professionals and sharing knowledge with your peers. Throughout the 'year, this chapter hosts regular monthly chapter lunch meetings, several educational conferences and other training opportunities and occasionally social events throughout the year.
Make Plans to Attend: The ISACA Central Oklahoma Monthly Chapter Luncheon
Location: Devon Energy Center 333 West Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Date & Time: Thursday, April 6th, 2017 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM.
Topic: Adventures in Incident Response
Speaker: (1) Mr. Paul Poputa-Clean, Digital Security Professional, Devon Energy
(2) Mr. Chad Bailey - Digital Security Professional, Devon Energy
Luncheon: Buffet featuring a chicken, beef and salad selection with choices of desserts and drinks
Topic Synopsis: In the olden days, Incident Response meant having the entire security team in a room struggling with tools and trying to respond to an external notification. Nowadays, while most folks have a multi-tiered SOC, Devon took a different approach by keeping IR as a more efficient whole-team function. Technology helps make things better and more efficient. A process is very important in driving consistency and metrics help tell our story. However, our main focus continues to be efficient incident response taking to account both the financial costs as well as the organizational burden of our activities.
Speaker Bio: Mr. Paul Poputa-Clean (PC) - Digital Security Professional, Devon Energy. Paul PC has been in security for seven years, five of them at Devon, focusing on incident response, forensics, threat intelligence, automation, and SIEM. He holds an MBA from Oklahoma City University and a number of SANS certificates, including the coveted GIAC Security Expert (GSE). He is a hardcore Moloch evangelist, a big cloud computing proponent, learning to be an amateur data scientist, and a Ducati aficionado.
Mr. Chad Bailey - Digital Security Professional, Devon Energy. Chad has worked in information technology for 15 years with the last 3 years being in an information security role. His areas of interest include incident response, endpoint security, and red team/pen testing. He holds various information security certifications from SANS including Incident Handler (GCIH) and Intrusion Analyst (GCIA). When Chad is not protecting Devon from security risks he feels the need for speed in his sports car.
Here are the options to register
a. Send in your reservations to the email with your names and # of seats to reserve and note you will be paying at the door.
b. Buy tickets here at Brown Paper tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2909060
(Registration to the event is now open)
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Thank you for all you do as an ISACA member and as an auditor. Your membership and continued support of the ISACA Central Oklahoma Chapter is truly outstanding. Please feel free to contact me at [email protected] or any board member with any comments or suggestions.
All The Best,
Sharon S. Nichols, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC
President, ISACA Central Oklahoma chapter. (405) 397-5560
"Isn't it funny how day by day nothing changes, but when you look back everything is different" C.S. Lewis
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