May 20, 2022 CPE Event - AGM Membership and CPE Meeting
We are excited to announce our Annual General Membership Meeting (AGM)! Boise Chapter members are invited to join us for our annual business meeting and CPE sessions.
Time and Location: May 20th, Cottonwood Grille at 913 W River St, Boise or via Zoom Meeting
Please Note: The Zoom session will start at 12:30PM.. Zoom information will be sent in a follow up email to the registrant's ISACA account email address.
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch/Networking
12:30-1:00 AGM Meeting (elections & revised bylaw voting)
1:00 – 3:00 CPE Sessions
3:00-4:30 Happy Hour and networking, 2 drinks per member at the Cottonwood Grille lounge area
Boise Chapter members and presenters can choose from one of the following provided lunches during the event:
- GRILLED FLANK STEAK - Flank steak grilled then sliced, finished with béarnaise sauce, served with mashed Idaho potatoes and vegetable du jour
- VEGETABLE RIGATONI - Artichoke hearts, cremini mushrooms, Roma and sun-dried tomatoes with tube shaped pasta in a basil cream sauce topped with provolone & parmesan cheeses
- COTTONWOOD COBB - Crisp romaine with diced roast turkey, bacon, egg, black olives, Roma tomato, carrots, avocado and bleu cheese
CPE Session Details
Presentation Topic: Let’s Taco ‘Bout It: Become a Communication & Taco Expert
Join us for this presentation by: Deena Emry, Information Security Program Manager at Clearwater Analytics
After this presentation, you will walk away with a long list of actionable tips on how to better communicate in person, in writing, and with non-technical people. Join us for a fun afternoon and a chance to win a prize!
Speaker: Deena Emry, Information Security Program Manager at Clearwater Analytics
Deena considers herself to be a jack of all trades. While she has a degree in Business Administration from The College of Idaho, she has worked in tech her whole career, filling a number of different roles including administration, recruiting, software testing, and information security. The best parts of her jobs have been working with people and organizing projects. She loves lifting weights, playing tennis, smothering her dogs, playing music, and traveling.
Panel Topic: Security from an Engineering and Architecture Perspective
Join us for this moderated panel discussion with local subject matter experts:
- Randy Deshazer, Sr IT Security Analyst, Offensive Security at Micron Technology
- Andrew Micone, Security Operations Manager at Clearwater Analytics and a Futurist at TechCast, a George Washington University Institute of Public Policy project
- Jeff Dowdy, JR Simplot
Presentation Summary: A moderated panel will talk through security related engineering and architectural challenges.
Randy Deshazer, Sr IT Security Analyst, Offensive Security at Micron Technology
Randy Deshazer is a native Idahoan and grew up in the southwest Idaho farming community of Homedale about 40 miles west of Boise. He spent time in Salt Lake City Utah and Denver Colorado before moving back to Idaho in 1998. He’s been married 30 years, with two boys, 27 and 16.
Randy is a graduate of Idaho State University with an AAS in Telecommunications. He began his career at MCI Telecommunications where he worked for 12 years as a Technical Specialist and worked his way in IT related roles. Randy started at Micron Technology Inc. in 1998 where he has held a variety of technical roles in IT and has been focused on cyber security for the last 12 years. He has held roles as a Sr IT Security Engineer, Sr IT Security Domain Architect and presently is a Senior IT Security Analyst working on Micron’s Offensive Security team.
Andrew Micone, Security Operations Manager at Clearwater Analytics and a Futurist at TechCast, a George Washington University Institute of Public Policy project
Over his 35-year career, Andrew Micone his a Certified Enterprise Architect working for DARPA at Space and Naval warfare, worked as a Research Associate of Don Norman at the UCSD Media Lab, and Idaho Health and Welfare and been a veteran of several early cycle Internet startups. He is currently the Security Operations Manager at Clearwater Analytics and a Futurist at TechCast, a George Washington University Institute of Public Policy project.
Jeff Dowdy, JR Simplot