Our July 2012 meeting will be on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at Nova Southeastern University Room TBA from 3:30pm – 5:30pm followed by our usual networking hour at the Falcon Pub. As always, this meeting will be FREE and provide you with 2 CPE credits!
Topic: Demystifying PCI DSS, a QSA Perspective
This session will cover many areas related to payment card compliance. From the compliance roadmap to understanding PCI DSS, a complex set of 12 requirements and over 220 sub requirements. The presentation will be fast paced and encourages questions and participation.
At the end of the presentation, Mark will email a PCI DSS working papers spreadsheet to interested attendees. This document is invaluable to any organization that is interested in starting their journey towards PCI DSS Compliance as it not only lists each requirement but it also includes the ROC reporting requirements as well as the additional requirements recommended for virtual environments.
Bio: Mark Akins
Mark Akins is a managing partner at Advantage Networking, Inc. and 1st Secure IT, LLC where he actively provides Microsoft & Novell consulting services and Information Technology auditing services. He is a United States Air Force veteran and has over 20 years of operational experience managing organizations, people and computer systems in a diversely cultural (international) environment. Additionally, Mark holds several industry certifications including PCI QSA, CISSP, CISA, MCSE, MCNE, CNI and CTT. His technical specialization primarily falls within the area of IT Security and the auditing of compliance to various IT Governance standards such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and EI3PA. His professional memberships include ISSA, ISACA, and ISC2.
Talk: Playing (and Winning) CTFs (Capture the Flag games)
This talk will focus on playing capture the flag games (CTF) in preparation for the SFISSA Hack the Flag & Chili Cook Off. CTFs are fun, educational, ethical hacking challenges gaining popularity from information security professionals, high schoolers, and everyone in between. This talk will intro what CTFs are, the types of games, and provide general information on how to play. Lessons learned from previous games will be referenced to better prepare you for your next CTF.
Bio: Jorge Orchilles
Jorge Orchilles is an offensive information security professional for a large, global financial institution. He has participated in many CTF games: 1st place in USCC Cyber Camp CTF, 3rd place SANS 2011 Netwars, and 1st place at SANS 2010 Ethical Hacking CTF. He holds multiple industry certificates: CISSP, GPEN, GCIH, CEH, CICP and serves as president of your South Florida ISSA.
Also, please remember to register for the Hack the Flag event on August 11. You can register for the event here.
This event will be held at:
NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
3301 College Ave Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314-7796
Room TBA, Carl DeSantis Building, Main Davie Campus
Phone: 800-541-NOVA (6682)