California Community Colleges Information Security Center and Accessibility Center

Information Security & Accessibility Workshops: January 7 & 8, 2019

Presented by:
  The CCC Information Security Center & CCC Accessibility Center


CCC Information Security Workshop
Monday, January 7, 2019

8:15 am — Continental breakfast
9 am - 4 pm — Workshop

CCC IT Accessibility Workshop
Tuesday, January 8, 2019

8:15 am — Continental breakfast
9 am - 4 pm — Workshop

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The Collaboration Hub 
CCC Chancellor's Office
1102 Q Street, Suite 3100
Sacramento, CA 95811

Driving Directions 

Travel Info

Holiday Inn Sacramento Downtown - Arena
300 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

Best Western Plus
1100 H Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

Residence Inn Sacramento Downtown at Capitol Park
1121 15th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

For information about airport, transportation and parking, and additional hotel suggestions, please see the linked document (PDF).

Event Contacts

Jeff Holden
CCC Information Security Center

Sean Keegan
CCC Accessibility Center

Thanks for Participating!

***This event has concluded.***

The 2019 Winter Workshops was held Monday, January 7, and Tuesday, January 8, at the California Community Colleges Collaboration Hub in Sacramento, CA

Presented by the CCC Information Security Center and Accessibility Center, this twice-annual event is packed with information and techniques you can apply to your professional role.

Registration has reached capacity. The waiting list is now closed.

If you registered but are unable to attend, please cancel your registration as soon as possible by emailing Sandoval Chagoya.

Transportation & Parking

For information about airport, transportation and parking, and additional hotel suggestions, please see the linked document (PDF).

Accessibility & Accommodations

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email as soon as possible and we will follow-up with you prior to the event.

CCC Security Awareness Training Program

January 7 - Information Security Workshop

Featured Sessions:

Continuous Security Monitoring

Learn how to use the tools and services offered by the CCC Information Security Center to create a continuous, 360-degree view of your security resources. We will explore:
  • Data Loss Prevention
  • Vulnerability Management
  • Log aggregation and alerting

Cubicles & Compromises

Back by popular demand is the Incident Response simulation game using your favorite 24-sided dice. With three new scenarios!

Top 10 Vulnerabilities on Your Network — You Won't Believe Number 3!

We'll explore why so many Information Security Assessments we do at colleges lead to full domain compromise. We hope that by implementing a few changes on your network you will make our job harder.

Click to view presentation slides from the 2018 Summer workshop.

Visit the CCC Information Security Center website at

Tuesday, January 8 - ICT Accessibility Workshop

Featured Sessions:

Scanning & Monitoring Websites for Accessibility

From the recent state audit review, one key recommendation was that colleges should implement a scanning and monitoring solution for their public-facing websites. Different tools and strategies are available for colleges to address this issue, including the use of automated tools and periodic manual checks. We will be discussing different approaches college can adopt to support website accessibility evaluations.

Including Accessibility as Part of Procurement

A critical step toward improving the accessibility of campus-wide information technology resources is to ensure that what you are purchasing meets accessibility standards. This group activity examines various case studies where accessibility intersects with the procurement and acquisition of web and IT products.

Accessibility Testing & Interpreting VPATs

When selecting web and IT products, vendors often provide a VPAT as evidence of their accessibility testing. Yet these accessibility reports often portray a very accessible product when in fact there may be significant barriers to using the product. Learning to read and interpret vendor accessibility reports, and deciding when you should test the product, is a necessary process for selecting the web and IT product that is the most accessible and meets your business requirements.

Click to view presentation slides from the 2018 Summer workshop. 

Visit the CCC Accessibility Center website at And follow the CCC Accessibility Center on LinkedIn.

Who Attends the Workshops?

The Information Security and Accessibility workshops are open to all California Community Colleges personnel, with information geared toward:
  • IT administrators, managers and specialists
  • Disability services directors and staff
  • Faculty training and support
  • IT accessibility specialists

Participants Learn About:

  • Colleges' legal obligations to both secure student data and ensure campus web and IT environments are accessible to disabled users. Get updates on what's required and how to become compliant.
  • Timely best practices, tools, tips and tricks. What to do - and what not to do.
  • An expanding array of applications, services and resources available - for no charge - to assist California's community colleges with security and accessibility compliance.
  • And more...

Event Location

The Collaboration Hub is a modern, comfortable meeting space located onsite at the CCC Chancellor's Office. For directions to the venue, and where to park, please download this PDF information sheet.

The Hub is free for colleges to use. For information about reserving the Hub meeting space, email