California Community Colleges Information Security Center and Accessibility Center

Information Security & Accessibility Workshops: January 13 & 14, 2020

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


CCC Information Security Workshop
Monday, January 13, 2020

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

CCC Accessibility Workshop
Tuesday, January 14, 2020

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

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The Collaboration Hub 
CCC Chancellor's Office, 3rd Floor
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).

Accessibility & Accommodations

We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation, interpreter services, or for inquiries about accessibility, please email In order to arrange any necessary services, we request at least four weeks of advance notice.

Event Contacts

Amir Khan
CCC Information Security Center

Sean Keegan
CCC Accessibility Center

Registration Changes/Cancellations:

Sandoval Chagoya
CCC Technology Center

Registration is Open!

We are pleased to present the 2020 Winter Workshops on Monday, January 13, and Tuesday, January 14. These full-day, in-person workshops will be held at the Collaboration Hub at the CCC Chancellor's Office 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.

NOTE: Registration for the Accessibility Workshop on Tuesday, January 14, is now full. If you would like to get on a wait list for this workshop, please click the button below.

Seats are still available for the Information Security Workshop on Monday, January, 13. Be sure to register soon as space is quickly filling.

Who Attends the Workshops?

The workshops are free to attend, and open to all California Community Colleges personnel. As information security and IT accessibility are best approached as a shared campus responsibility, we encourage participation from cross-functional college/district teams.

Workshop information is geared toward:
  • IT administrators, managers and specialists
  • Disability services directors and staff
  • Faculty training and support
  • IT accessibility specialists

Topics will Include:

Security shieldMonday:

Are You Complying with GLBA?
There have been many recent changes in the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. For example: Did you know that information security awareness training is now required? Did you know that you should have implemented the NIST 800-171 security controls set? Did you know that you should have completed a risk assessment? Did you know that you should have appointed an acting CISO? Come participate in the Information Security Workshop to learn all that is required by GLBA.

Modern Active Directory Threats and Defenses
Active Directory can be an effective way of managing permissions and access in Windows server environments. It can also be a weak spot in your network security defenses if misused. In this session, learn about the common pitfalls and best practices for Windows Active Directory.

Splunk Automation with the CCC Technology Center
This session will provide an overview of the next-generation Splunk Core central logging service available for California Community Colleges. We'll cover Splunk Tech Center Automation, Custom Security Dashboards, Apps, Reports, and more.

CIS Critical Security Controls Assessment
The CIS Critical Security Controls Assessment is a tool to help guide college stakeholders to identify the most optimal security assessment solution. The Risk Assessment will provide an overall view of the security posture for the colleges. This information can be used to provide guidance for the college to enhance security. Additionally, NIST 800-171 mapping to CIS Critical Security Controls will be discussed.

Accessibility iconTuesday:

Meeting Accessibility Standards and Benchmarking Progress
This session will review the recently published Institutional Accessibility Matrix, intended to help colleges with implementing the Information and Communication Technology and Instructional Material Accessibility Standard established by the CCC Chancellor's Office. Come participate in the IT Accessibility Workshop to learn about this Institutional Accessibility Matrix.

About Us

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 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.

The Information Security Center and Accessibility Center are funded separately 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.

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 meetig space, email