SF Bay ISSA Chapter Webinar Guidelines
When Do We Meet?
Our San Francisco Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Chapter meets monthly (usually on the 2nd Wednesday of the month)
Meeting Agenda (unless specified otherwise): [all times Pacific]
04:00 PM - 04:30 PM: Welcome/Meet & Greet
04:30 PM - 04:45 PM Chapter business
04:45 PM - 06:00 PM Presentation by sponsor
06:00 PM - 06:30 PM Q&A
How Many People Attend and Who are They?
There are usually 25 to 50 information security professionals in attendance at the monthly Chapter meetings. Our membership covers the San Francisco Bay Area. However with the virtual nature of events, we also encourage ISSA members world wide to attend. Members are of varying career and experience levels and presenters should keep this in mind when preparing and presenting.
What are Guidelines for Presentation Topics and Content?
The presentation cannot be a "sales/product pitch." However, it is okay for the speaker to take a minute or two to establish their expertise in the area and the company at which they work."
The presentation should be technical and educational in nature and relate to one or more of the (ISC)² CBK https://www.isc2.org/Certifications/CISSP
The presentation should be interesting, unique, thought provoking, “different” or exciting
The presentation should last no more than 45 minutes excluding a 10-15 minute question and answer session.
The presentation should have a presentation title, abstract, and speaker bio to e-mailed to vicepresident [at] sfbay.issa.org prior to the agreed upon presentation date
SF Bay ISSA will provide the meeting platform.
The presenter and their guests will be invited as panelists and will be able to present slides, speak and display webcam.
Chapter board members will be moderators. Chapter members will be muted and without video or presentation. They can raise their hands in chat to ask questions and a moderator can unmute them if they need audio to ask a question or make a comment.
Unless there is an objection we will record the presentation (generally we only record the presenter and not chapter members or board members)
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About the SF Bay Area ISSA Chapter
ISSAis a not-for-profit, volunteer organization providing a forum for
education, publications, and peer interaction opportunities that enhance the
knowledge, skills, and professional growth of its members. A goal of the ISSA
is to promote the best practices that will ensure availability, integrity, and
confidentiality of organizational resources. The purpose of the SF Bay Area
ISSA chapter is to have a local venue for interacting with your colleagues in
the security profession.
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