California Community Colleges Information Security Center and Accessibility Center
        

Information Security & Accessibility Workshops: July 29 & 30, 2019

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

When

CCC Information Security Workshop
Monday, July 29, 2019

8:15 am — Continental breakfast & sign-in
9 am - 4 pm — Workshop (Lunch provided)

CCC Accessibility Workshop
Tuesday, July 30, 2019

8:15 am — Continental breakfast & sign-in
9 am - 4 pm — Workshop (Lunch provided)


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Where

Coast Community College District 
District Office
1370 Adams Avenue
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
 

 
Driving Directions 

Transportation & Parking


Free non-permit parking is available at the Coast CCD district office. Click on the map above, or click here for driving directions via Google Maps.

Travel Info


Nearest airport:
John Wayne Airport, Orange County

Nearby hotels:
Courtyard by Marriott Costa Mesa South Coast Metro
2.7 miles from workshops

3002 South Harbor Blvd., Santa Ana, CA 92704
Reservations: +1-714-545-1001

Courtyard by Marriott Santa Ana Orange County
5.7 miles from workshops
8 MacArthur Place, Santa Ana, CA 92707
Reservations: +1-714-668-9993


Accessibility & Accommodations


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

Event Contacts


Jeff Holden
CCC Information Security Center

jholden@ccctechcenter.org

Sean Keegan
CCC Accessibility Center

accessibility@ccctechcenter.org

5 Weeks Left to Register!

Register now for the 2019 Summer Workshops on Monday, July 29, and Tuesday, July 30. These full-day, in-person workshops will be held at the Coast Community College District Office in Costa Mesa, CA. Thank you to Coast CCD for hosting the event!

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.

We have an all-new line-up of session topics that are sure to be educational for first-time as well as returning participants.

 
CCC Security Awareness Training Program

July 29 - Information Security Workshop


Guiding at 26,000 Feet: Talking Cybersecurity to Your Business Leaders
Despite constant doom-and-gloom headlines, getting executive buy-in for information security initiatives is still a real struggle. Why don’t they get it? In this lively conversation, Stephen Heath, TAP Grant Information Security Consultant with the CCC Chancellor's Office, will discuss key strategies for making the strong business case for investments in cybersecurity.

Modern Active Directory Threats and Defenses
with Larry Suto, Information Security Consultant, California Community Colleges Technology Center

Scaling and Tuning Security Onion without the Tears
Security Onion has evolved its architecture to use modern technologies like Docker, Reddis, Suricata, Wazuh, Elasticsearch Kibana, and more. In this session, Kevin Riley of Coast Community College District will discuss the latest architecture and tips for tuning and scaling to make Security Onion an indispensable tool for network visibility and threat hunting.

Implementing 2FA with PortalGuard, and How People "Love" Change
A discussion with Danny Gorman, Coast Community College District, about cultural acceptance and working through opinions of changes to status quo, but mostly a technical journey in implementing PortalGuard in the Coast environment.

Boss of the SOC: A Team Training Session
Splunk representatives will conduct a Boss of the SOC (BOTS) training session, a competitive team exercise in which participants use Splunk and other tools to simulate a security incident investigation. Read more about BOTS here.

The CCC Information Security Center offers an extensive array of services to maintain the integrity of information systems, and help colleges more effectively enforce regulatory and district security policies. The Information Security Center is fully funded under the Shared Infrastructure Program grant by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office in order to provide these services free of charge to all community colleges, statewide.

Visit the CCC Information Security Center website for more information at CCCSecurityCenter.org.


Tuesday, July 30 - Accessibility Workshop


Meeting Accessibility Standards and Benchmarking Progress
This session will review the recently published matrix for meeting institutional accessibility obligations.

Intended to help colleges with implementing the Information and Communication Technology and Instructional Material Accessibility Standard established by the CCC Chancellor's Office, the Institutional Accessibility matrix outlines four major goals and levels of "accessibility maturity" for institutions. As effective implementation of the standard is a continuous process, these goals are designed to help focus the campus on the appropriate questions and conversations relevant to current solutions and to benchmark progress. Come participate in the IT Accessibility Workshop to learn about this new Institutional Accessibility matrix.

Funded under the Shared Infrastructure Program grant by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office, the CCC Accessibility Center offers training and technical assistance on a variety of accessibility-specific topics, including web accessibility, the use of assistive computer technologies, the creation of alternate formats, and how to integrate accessibility into online instruction.

Visit the CCC Accessibility Center website at CCCAccessibility.org. 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 all members of the campus community. 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...