Infragard Jacksonville Members Alliance

Jacksonville, Florida USA

Next Meeting:

Friday, June 30, 2017: 11-30 AM – 1:00 PM ET

Speaker: Brian Vecci

Brian Vecci is a 20-year veteran of information technology and data security, including holding a CISSP certification, and has served in applications development, system architecture, project management, and business analyst roles in financial services, legal technology, and data security software organizations.

Brian currently serves as a Technical Evangelist for Varonis Systems and works passionately to help organizations of all sizes get the most value from their data with the least amount of risk.”

Topic: Understanding WannaCry Ransomware & The Enemy Within

The WannaCry ransomware attack is just the latest in an epidemic of assaults on organizations and individual’s data. Pay our your data is deleted. Bigger moats and better walls are no longer keeping attackers at bay when they’re determined to get to your most critical assets that are almost always found in unstructured data.

Ransomware is the ‘canary in the coal mine,’ it wants to be found. But what about state actors, malicious employees or hijacked user accounts which try not to be noticed as they attempt various attack and exfiltration vectors? We will go beyond ransomware and discuss the assault methods used and review kill chain methodology to better equip your organization in the onslaught of attacks on your organization.

Location: Adecco Staffing

10151 Deerwood Park Boulevard, Building 200, First Floor, Jacksonville, FL, United States

SPECIAL EVENT NOTICE

DHS ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING

JUNE 28, 2017

Given today’s ever-changing threat environment, preparing for and training employees to cope with workplace violence should be a key piece of an organization’s incident response planning.

A Unique Training Opportunity

The Florida State College at Jacksonville/Deerwood Center and the National Protection and Programs Directorate Office of Infrastructure Protection, within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, are hosting a one-day Security Workshop to enhance awareness of, and response to, an active shooter event:

  • Educating participants on the history of active shooter events;
  • Describing common behavior, conditions, and situations associated with active shooters; and
  • Fostering communication between critical infrastructure owners and operators and local emergency response teams. This course includes discussions of interoperability, communications protocols, and best practices for planning, preparedness, and response.

Building Emergency Planning Capabilities

The event will also describe how to incorporate key elements of successful incident management into planning efforts including:

  • Communication and incident planning for employees;
  • Emergency action plan development;
  • Recognizing behavioral indicators; and
  • Coordinating with first responders.

Who Should Participate?

This event is open to:

  • Corporate and facility security professionals from the private and public sectors;
  • Supervisory first responders;
  • Human resource managers;
  • Community response officials; and
  • Homeland security representatives.

Agenda

Time Event
7:30 A.M. Registration Begins
8:30 A.M Opening Remarks and Welcome
8:45 A.M Guest Speaker
9:00 A.M. Module 1-3

  • Recognition
  • Prevention
  • Protection
12:00 P.M. Lunch
1:00 P.M. Module 4-6

  • Mitigation
  • Response
  • Recovery
3:45 P.M. Closing Remarks

Notes

  • A government-issued ID (license) will be required for entry
  • For more information on the Active Shooter Preparedness Workshops, email: ASworkshop@hq.dhs.gov
  • For more Active Shooter Preparedness information, visit: http://www.dhs.gov/active-shooter-preparedness
  • At your request, Mr. Billy Sasser, your local DHS Protective Security Advisor (PSA) can provide additional information regarding DHS products and services that may be available to your organization.  A fact sheet on the DHS PSA program can be requested by emailing your local PSA at: billy.sasser@hq.dhs.gov
  • Venue information:
    • Most traffic will enter through the Old Baymeadows entrance. It is recommended that Event participants park in the parking garage. The red pin on the Google Map is the four story Parking Garage which will be easy to spot when participants enter. Pictures are attached
    • Participants can either enter through the entrance across from the garage or they can walk to the front if the building to the main entrance if they want. If entering through the entrance across from the garage, participants will have to go to the lower level for the event.

Registration

  • Registration for this event is free; please click here to register.
  • Registration closes June 26, 2017 at 12:00 pm (EDT);
  • Limited seating is available; 2 slots per organization. Additional attendees will be approved on a case by case basis;
  • Note: If your plans change, please notify us so we can accommodate others on the waiting list.

Proofpoint Inc. is a leading next-generation security and compliance company that provides cloud-based solutions to protect the way people work today. Proofpoint solutions enable organizations to protect their users from advanced attacks delivered via email, social media and mobile apps, protect the information their users create from advanced attacks and compliance risks, and respond quickly when incidents occur

Gold Sponsors

Your Logo Could Be Here! Visit our Sponsor Page

Silver Sponsors

Your Logo Could Be Here! Visit our Sponsor Page

Meeting Sponsor

Your Logo Could Be Here! Visit our Sponsor Page