The CCC Information Security Center & CCC Accessibility Center
in partnership with the High Tech Center Training Unit
January 9 & 10, 2017
Evergreen Valley College, San Jose, CA
CCC Information Security Workshop
Monday, January 9, 2017
8:30 AM - Continental breakfast
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
CCC IT Accessibility Workshop
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
8:30 AM - Continental breakfast
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Registration Check-In: 8:30 AM both days
Evergreen Valley College
3095 Yerba Buena Rd
San Jose, CA 95135
Hampton Inn & Suites San Jose
7.4 miles from Mineta San Jose International Airport
7.0 miles from Evergreen Valley College
Best Western Lanai Garden Inn & Suites
7.9 miles from Mineta San Jose International Airport
5.8 miles from Evergreen Valley College
Residence Inn San Jose Airport
1.1 miles from Mineta San Jose International Aiport
13 miles from Evergreen Valley College
(Always ask for the Government Rate)
Thanks For Attending! This event has concluded. Look for information about our summer IT workshops to be announced in the spring time frame.
The CCC Information Security Center and CCC Accessibility Center in partnership with the High Tech Center Training Unit present the winter IT workshops, a FREE event specifically for staff of the California Community Colleges.
Hotel Or Mileage Comp
Special offer from the High Tech Center Training Unit: Those who attend the Accessibility workshop are eligible for reimbursement of their hotel stay OR mileage to the event, up to $200. Reimbursement forms will be available at the workshop.
January 9 - Information Security Workshop
Big Data Pack and Flow Analysis
Presenter: Larry Suto
The presentation will explore using open source tools for packet and flow analytics at a big data scale. Topics around ingest and transform of binary data, scalable machine learning, and interactive visualization for identifying threats in network flows and DNS packets will be covered.
Broad & Deep Security Policy Process/Roadmap/Implementation Across Enterprise Security Infrastructure
Presenters: Amir Khan and Ulrich Lang
Security policies are at the core of any security strategy and touch pretty much all aspects of the enterprise. At the same time, policy implementation is challenging due to numerous complexities.
The presenters will discuss solution approaches to tackle policy implementation across enterprise security infrastructure, including IAM systems, network security, operating systems, etc.
Presenter: Amir Khan
Information Security’s function is to protect, implement and enhance the overall data and information security by constantly improving security policies, procedures and standards governing community colleges. The presenter will discuss a Security Self-Assessment initiative across community colleges to identify and remediate potential risks to minimize security breaches and leakages.
CIS Critical Conrols
Presenter: Jeff Holden
Did you know that the California Attorney General defined what reasonable security controls are? This was defined in the 2016 California Breach Report, and the main take away was that the CIS Critical Controls is required of any institution collecting and storing private and sensitive information. This presentation will go over the controls and how you can implement them at your campus.
Presenter: Steven Alexander
Many IT departments are asked to participate in HR investigations in order to gather and analyze digital evidence. This presentation will cover the risks involved and steps to address them. Topics will include authorization, seizure and documentation, and forensic imaging. We will use forensic software and hardware to do a short demonstration.
The Information Security Workshop is organized and presented by Jeff Holden, Chief Information Security Officer of the CCC Information Security Center.
Read Jeff's "Security Matters" blog, published monthly on TechEDge News.
January 10 - Electronic/IT Accessibility Workshop
The CCC Accessibility Center, in partnership with the High Tech Center Training Unit, presents the Electronic and IT Accessibility Workshop. This day-long event will emphasize strategies and solutions for incorporating accessibility into electronic and information technology practices at the college and district level.
Nationally, higher education institutions are facing increased scrutiny on policies and procedures specific to Web and information technology accessibility for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities. In California, numerous community colleges received letters threatening legal action this past year regarding potential accessibility issues with the college's web presence.
Outcomes from lawsuits and settlement agreements provide an outline as to what should be considered for institutional policies as well as internal campus processes. The IT Accessibility Workshop will delve into these issues and provide an opportunity for participants to discuss current challenges and share ideas for creating a diverse campus community that includes Web and information technology access.
Accessibility Workshop Speakers
Read Sean's "Accessibil-IT" blog, published monthly on TechEDge News.
Special thanks to Evergreen Valley College for hosting this event.