Plan to be in the Farmington, NM area at the end of February?

San Juan College is hosting Four Corners CyberCon 2018 on February 21 and 22.

The event is actually a unique offering – the first day is dedicated to professionals and businesses looking to learn more about cybersecurity and the risk management landscape, while the second day is for area youth of all ages, who get to learn about cybersecurity fundamentals and its importance in both one’s personal and business activities.

Coordinated by the SJC Center for Workforce Development, it’s one of a limited number of FREE conferences you can attend in New Mexico.  Visit their website for more information:

http://www.sanjuancollege.edu/community/departments/center-for-workforce-development/2018-cybercon/

UPDATE:

The registration page for the conference is in place: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cybercon-2018-business-and-industry-day-tickets-42100487692

Please be sure to register so the event can adjust facilities and have enough food.  Thanks!

 

 

A quick reminder that the February meeting of the New Mexico ISSA Chapter is scheduled for February 20, 2018, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.

If you are in or willing to travel to Albuquerque, we encourage you to attend the meeting in-person at the EC-Council North America headquarters… attending in-person is the best way to meet new people, network in the industry, and put faces to names you may already know.

Of course, for those who cannot attend in person, the meeting will also be streaming live online as well.  (Details on how to connect to the meeting will be sent by e-mail to registered attendees prior to the meeting).

We’re still working on getting a confirmation from our speaker, so, unfortunately, we can’t announce the speaker just yet, but this post will be updated as soon as we know!

You can register for the meeting here: https://www.meetup.com/New-Mexico-ISSA/events/gpfbgpyxdbbc/

UPDATE:

The speaker will be Peter Ambs, the CIO for the City of Albuquerque.  Mr. Ambs will be presenting, “Anatomy of a Cyber Attack – Cause and Effect, Lessons Learned”.  You won’t want to miss this!

We are still working to get the site updated, but feel free to look around and see what we have up so far.  If you have any suggestions or requests for content, be sure to let us know!