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Upstate SC ISSA
The Global Voice of Information Security

Why Upstate SC ISSA?
  • Involved Local Information Security Professionals
  • Learning Opportunities for All Members
  • Monthly Chapter Meetings for Learning & Sharing
  • Real World Resources with Practical Experience
  • Exciting "Hack the Flag" Learning Sessions
  • Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits for CISSP Certification
Next Chapter Meeting - Friday, January 11th, 2018 - 11:30AM to 12:30PM (w/ Lunch @ 11AM)
Our next Upstate SC ISSA Chapter meeting will be held at ECPI, just a few minutes off I-385 and the Roper Mountain exit. ECPI is located at 1001 Keys Drive #100, Greenville, SC 29615. For directions, please visit http://upstatesc.issa.org /directions.htm. The meeting will cover:

  • Presentation: Securing Mobile Devices Against Cyber Criminals is Serious Business
    Mobile devices help make businesses more profitable. However, Android and iOS devices, the networks they connect to, and the apps they run can all be exploited to steal sensitive information such as documents, calendar appointments, email messages, texts, and attachments. Cyber criminals can use a device’s microphone and camera to spy on closed-door meetings, and then send recordings to a secret remote server. They can even capture user names and passwords as users log in to corporate systems containing sensitive data. Unsecured networks, or networks using faulty or old security measures, make it possible for criminals to snoop, steal, or even change data sent to and from devices. Malicious apps can give attackers virtually unrestricted access to a device, its data, and your network.

    * About the Presenter: Scot Kight
    Scot Kight is a leading subject matter expert on Sandblast Mobile for Check Point. He brings over 15 years of experience in the Mobile and Network security space, working with customers, carriers and partners/OEMs. Scot uses this experience to understand systems, threats, and the overall landscape for Check Point's largest customers to effectively protect their users and data in an ever changing world.

  • Lunch
  • * Lunch is free for all attendees courtesy of CheckPoint! If you'd like to eat lunch with us, please RSVP by sending an email to webmaster@upstate.issa.org.


We want to hear from YOU on how we can make the Chapter your local Information Security source in the coming year!  More learning seminars?  Studying for your CISSP? Or Security+?  Want to play "Hack the Flag"?  Try your hand at "InfoSec Jeopardy"?

Email us at webmaster@upstatesc.issa.org and let us know what you want to see for Upstate SC ISSA in 2016 and beyond!

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