ISACA Ireland's 'Last Tuesday' event for October

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Carmalite Community Center.

Aungier Street

Dublin 2


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Don’t miss the last “Last Tuesday” event for 2019! We managed to get some really interesting presenters from IBM and Oneview Healthcare, as well as an introduction to the proposed Cyber Security Training program for the first two quarters of 2020,

The agenda:

18:30 Registration and Networking with tea & Coffee (DOOR CLOSES AT 18:45)

18:45 Presentation 1

19:30 Short intro to the new 2020 Risk Management training program

19:45 Presentation 2

20:30 Good Night

The Presenters

Jason Flood, CTO Security Data Matrices at IBM

PhD in Cyber, a Masters in Cyber, does not like the word cyber anymore. Is a CTO in security at IBM which keeps him busy.

Aidan Butler, Senior Software Engineer at IBM

Aidan Butler has worked in security and defense realm for what feels like several lifetimes, and looking forward to seeing who wins.

Richard Eibrand, IT Operations Manager, Oneview Healthcare

The ISACA Ireland Chapter - Risk Management Special Interest Group (RM - SIG)
Everett Breakey - Secretary RM - SIG and Chapter COBIT 5/2019 Trainer
John Brady - Special Adviser RM - SIG

The Presentations

Cyber Security using Gamification ​by Jason Flood and Aidan Butler from IBM Presentation

Cyber policy, cyber responsibility, GDPR, Cyber Strategy and other principles are designed to safeguard organisations and people from attackers seeking to disrupt, delay, alter or redirect the flow of data. These attackers vary in target, motive, levels of organization, and technical capabilities, requiring the adoption of ever-increasing awareness measures to prevent cyber attacks. But how can we gauge the success of these measures? Traditional approaches involve questionnaires or random sampling spot checks, but is there a better way? Can gamification be used to "Gorilla learn" the state of the nation?

Join us as we discuss one approach from concept, to implementation and roll out!

Presentation By Richard Eibrand


2020 Proposed Chapter Training Program - Short Course on Cyber Security

A project called the Cyber Security Body of Knowledge has been set up with the long-term aim of contributing to the development of the cyber security profession. The project's purpose is to codify the cyber security knowledge which underpins the profession. The project is being run by The University of Bristol - Cyber Security Group.

There are a total of ninteen published knowledge areas and is proposed that some of these knowledge areas could be delivered in short course format as an integral part of the Last Tuesdays events.

Intended Audience - First of all, this will be an excellent resource for professionals in the field looking for a cyber security type refresher course. The course is also ideal for college/university and recent graduates, those new to the field, as well as those looking to change careers. It will also be a useful vehicle to start on the journey with the ISACA CSX Cybersecurity Fundamentals exam in mind

The following are examples of content to be distributed over the six months

  1. Authentication, Authorisation & Accountability (AAA)

  2. Cyber Physical Systems KA

  3. Secure Software Lifecycle

  4. Operating Systems & Virtualisation Security

  5. Physical Layer and Telecommunications Security

  6. Network Security

  7. Web & Mobile Security KA

  8. Malware

  9. Risk Management & Governance KA

  10. Privacy & Online Rights

  11. Law & Regulation KA

  12. Privacy & Online Rights

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