Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 5:45 PM to 7:00 PM EST
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6004 West Broad Street
Henrico, VA 23230

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Carolyn Bow 
Central VA ISSA 
What Cybersecurity Leaders Can Learn from the Year 1351

The next Central Virginia ISSA event is at Mekong Tuesday, February 11th, 2020.  Beverages will be served beginning 5:45 PM and the presentation will start at 6 PM. 

At the meeting, you will have access to tasty craft beers, wine, delectable  appetizers, and most importantly a hardy discussion on current Information Security issues and challenges lead by knowledgeable practitioners.

There are so many data breaches in the world and, at the same time, there are global pandemics; where are the parallels, and what can we learn from those parallels? This discussion will go in depth to where the biologic world and the world of cybersecurity, and what we can do to combat those issues.

Dr. Chris Rudolph is on a mission to help organizations secure their infrastructure and keep their crown jewels under lock and key. A seasoned solution architect and problem solver, he has over a decade of cybersecurity experience partnering with several Fortune 50 companies and many more small businesses all over the Southeast US.  Chris has experience in all things security, ranging from physical security to Dev Ops and container security; lately, his focus has been on infrastructure microsegmentation and endpoint security. When not working...you can find him at Disney World with his family, tinkering on random stuff in his garage, or poking dead stuff (like archaic security practices) with a stick.  

There is no fee to attend this event as ColorTokens has generously sponsored this month's meeting.

So register now, enjoy a great night with CPE credit generating discussion, good beer, and a chance to network with Information Security peers.