Alamo ISSA Quarterly Meeting

Maggiano’s Little Italy – The RIM 17603 I-10, San Antonio, TX 78257 Noon until 4:30 PM

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November 12, 2019 – ISSA Quarterly Meeting
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Other Local Events!

Texas Cyber Summit – TCS Training – October 8-9, 2019 – Event – October 10-13, 2019


 ISSA Quarterly Meeting  – November 12th, 2019

Maggiano’s Little Italy – The RIM

 17603 I-10, San Antonio, TX 78257 Noon until 4:30 PM

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Benefits of attending Alamo ISSA Quarterly Meetings:

All of the Alamo ISSA Quarterly Meetings give you the opportunity to earn 3 CPE’s toward your certifications.
Network with other information security professionals in the area.Lunch is included with your ticket.
After the meeting, a mixer will be held until 6:30 PM in Maggiano’s Bar area.

The ISSA Board of Directors is excited that William Cheswick will be speaking at the November 2019 meeting!  William Cheswick and Steven Bellovin built the first network firewall and honeypot.

Officer Elections will be held during the business meeting.

Speaker: William Cheswick, Retired

Bio: From Wikipedia: Cheswick joined Bell Labs in 1987. Shortly thereafter, he and Steven M. Bellovin created one of the world’s first network firewalls. The resulting research and papers lead to their publication of the seminal book Firewalls and Internet Security, one of the first to describe the architecture of a firewall in detail. Cheswick and Bellovin also created one of the world’s first honeypots in the course of detecting and trapping an attempted intruder into their network.

In 1998, Cheswick, still at Bell Labs started the Internet Mapping Project, assisted by Hal Burch. The research allowed large scale mapping of the internet for the first time, using tracerouting techniques to learn the connectivity graph of global networks.

Speaker: Eddie Contreras EVP, Frost Bank

Title: Chief Information Security Officer

Bio: Mr. Contreras brings over a decade of experience securing financial institutions to his roll at Frost Bank.  Previously he worked at the parent company for Silicon Valley Bank as Sr. Director of Financial Crimes and for over twenty-two years in the United States Army Reserve as an Information Security Officer (Warrent Officer) with assignments in Cyber Command, the NSA and 1st Information Operations.