Annual General Meeting - Tuesday June 13, 2017

On May 12, 2017, the ransomware WannaCry singlehandedly brought whole organizations to their knees, crippling healthcare systems and universities, and forever changing how we look at cyber risks. However, what are the real lessons and risks we need to be concerned about post-WannaCry? More »

Your ISACA Los Angeles Chapter has recently been awarded the Communications Commendation Award for 2015--the third year we received a similar award since it was launched. In 2013 we also received the K. Wayne Snipes Award Honorable Mention! More »

ISACA LA members participating in the LA Regional Food Bank to give back to the community. More »

2016 Volunteer Party

We celebrated the ISACA LA Chapter’s Volunteer Party at Universal Studios & City Walk on July 16, 2016. This was the 47th year for our chapter and for all of ISACA–since the LA Chapter is the first chapter. More »

 

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Our chapter’s very own Past President and Chief Compliance Officer, Cheryl Santor– and former Information Security Manager of Metropolitan Water District of SoCal – has posted a blog on “Ransomware Do’s And Don’ts” that you won’t want to miss:
https://www.isaca.org/Knowledge-Center/Blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=807

ISACA LA Dinner Meeting

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

5:00 pm to 5:30 pm – Registration & Networking
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm – Dinner & Networking
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm – Program

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Dinner Meeting Topic:

 How WannaCry Changed the World

 

On May 12, 2017, the ransomware WannaCry singlehandedly brought whole organizations to their knees, crippling healthcare systems and universities, and forever changing how we look at cyber risks. However, what are the real lessons and risks we need to be concerned about post-WannaCry? How do we as IT auditors and Cybersecurity Professionals rethink the risks and impacts of WannaCry copycats and the new cyber threat landscape to our organizations and businesses? How should we prepare for these new threats?


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Josh Chin, Net Force

Josh Chin is a Founder and Managing Partner with Net Force, with more than 12 years experience in Cyber Security. Josh’s professional focus is directed at strategic and holistic cyber security advisory and digital investigations.

Josh has both managed and executed cyber threat assessments for state government agencies, law firms, and global enterprise organizations. His career vitae includes Executive Board Member and Competition Developer with the Western Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense, Administrator, Mentor, Speaker, Lecturer, Information Security and Audit Specialist, and U.S. Cyber Challenge Cyber Camp Advisor.

Josh is a graduate of California State Polytechnic University Pomona and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Computer Information Systems and a Master of a Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Information Assurance.


3:30-5:00 Pre-Meeting — There will be no pre-meeting


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