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This month, our member in focus is Mariya Kozlova, who is a new member to the Hartford Chapter – but not to ISACA

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Thank You

The ISACA Greater Hartford  Chapter would like to thank  the board members and volunteers, past and present, for making our chapter a success.

   

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President's Message 

        

A Message from the Greater Hartford Chapter President.


Happy New Year!  As you can see above, the Greater Hartford Chapter has once again been recognized by ISACA international as one of ISACA’s outstanding chapters. Honorable mentions are given to chapters who did not win the K. Wayne Snipes award, however, still excelled as a top chapter throughout the year. I congratulate each and every board member and members of the Communications and marketing Committees, that have contributed to our continued success. This would not have been possible, if not for the hard work and dedication of the Greater Hartford Chapter Board Members and Volunteers.  

 

Thank You, for a your continued support and membership.

 

Sincerely,

Matt.


 

 


 

 Interesting News and Links

 

Gov-funded boot camp for cyber-security entrepreneurs graduates first intake

http://www.scmagazineuk.com/gov-funded-boot-camp-for-cyber-security-entrepreneurs-graduates-first-intake/article/523345/

Hackers is launching today, a multiplayer darknet cyberwarfare simulator by Trickster Arts

http://m.tech.firstpost.com/gaming/hackers-is-launching-today-a-multiplayer-darknet-cyberwarfare-simulator-by-trickster-arts-335864.html

VIA Kramer Levin - http://www.kramerlevin.com/

New York State Department of Financial Services Proposes Cybersecurity Regulations for Financial Services Companies

 http://www.dfs.ny.gov/legal/regulations/proposed/rp500t.pdf

Evolving Technologies and Warfare in the 21st Century: Introducing the “Combat Cloud

 http://media.wix.com/ugd/a2dd91_73faf7274e9c4e4ca605004dc6628a88.pdf

 Key Points Advancements in computing and network capabilities are empowering the ascent of infor

mation as a dominant factor in modern war...
 
From NIST:
NIST Released 3 DRAFT Cybersecurity White Papers for Public Comment.  Please see below for details of the 3 White Papers. Full details are provided on the CSRC Draft Publications page – links to all 3 Draft White Papers are provided below.

First White Paper: [Project Description] Authentication for Law Enforcement Vehicle Systems

http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/PubsDrafts.html#Whitepaper-2016-pd-auth-levs

Second White Paper: Cybersecurity Framework Manufacturing Profile

http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/PubsDrafts.html#Whitepaper-2016-csf-mfg-profile

Third White Paper: Baldrige Cybersecurity Excellence Builder: Key questions for improving your organization's cybersecurity performance

http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/PubsDrafts.html#Whitepaper-2016-baldridge-ceb


 


 Talk to us!

 

We are on various social media platforms. Use them to air out your views, suggestions, disappointments or compliments.

Our LinkedIn site includes a group where we encourage all of our members to join and post discussions that would like to have with our fellow members.

Our Facebook site is rather lonely with very few likes. If you are on Facebook, please visit the page and ‘Like’ the page.

Our twitter site provides a great platform to ask a question about anything and get a quick response.

Make sure you check our social media sites regularly, as we'll be updating them with Chapter events.

Volunteer as well, at the local level put your heart into growing the knowledge, skills and opportunities of peers, and you will grow your influence and standing in the local and global professional community. We need your help with many areas that include: Marketing, Website, Social Media, and Event Registration

The success of our chapter is directly related to the individual volunteer efforts of members just like you. Connect with us to let us know how you can help! Please visit our website for more details.

 

We encourage you to send in your suggestions or comments to marketing@isacact.org.

Give a shout out to this issue's Team and look up the Contributors:

Tidi Mahachi                        Peter Rosario                       Yolanda Baker
@TidiMahachi                     @PeteRosario               @YolandaBakerUS

Kim Zywno                          Matt Conboy                         John Donnelly

@KimZywno                                                    Jdonnelly91@yahoo.com

 

 

 Volunteers Needed for ISACA Greater Hartford Chapter

 

Volunteer at the Local Level Put your heart into growing the knowledge, skills and opportunities of peers, and you will grow your influence and standing in the local and global professional community. As an ISACA member, you belong to a community of professionals that share mutual goals, interests and commitments. Becoming involved with your local chapter will allow you to make valuable connections with peers, share knowledge and discover new opportunities in your profession. ISACA's 200+ chapters worldwide offer a wealth of volunteer opportunities around the world. If you live near an ISACA chapter, consider getting involved. Opportunities can range from one-time tasks or committee involvement, to chapter board leadership roles including chapter president. Volunteer roles differ among chapters, so the first step is to contact your chapter. Contact your chapter and find ways you can get involved! (860)941-9262.

 

 

 

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