NOV Chapter Meeting - Wanted : People Committed to Solving Our Information Security Language Problem

When:  Nov 14, 2019 from 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM (CT)

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WANTED – People committed to solving our information security language problem

 

Abstract

Our industry has plenty of problems to solve. The language we use shouldn’t be one of them, and now it’s not. Evan Francen, CISM, CISSP is committed to solving information security problems for our industry and has developed a common, easily-understood information security risk assessment that’s comprehensive, foundational, and completely free for all to use. Today, more than 1,500 organizations are speaking the language.  We invite you to do the same.

 

Learn:

  • The common information security language used by 1,500 organizations (and growing fast).
  • The definition and difference of “information security” and “risk”.
  • How to translate information security into business language, resulting in common understanding, clear objectives, and well-defined budgets.
  • How you can use the common language at no cost.
  • How you can participate in the future and have an impact industry-wide.
  • Apply what you learn now.

Location

KU Edwards Campus - Best Building - Room 135
12600 S Quivira Rd,
Overland Park, KS 66213