April’s meeting information is as follows:
Date: Thursday April 17, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM EDT
Hosted By: MSU Federal Credit Union, Farm Lane Branch
4825 E. Mt. Hope Road
East Lansing, MI 48824
Topic: Security Operation Center – Lessons Learned
A “starting from scratch” presentation and the lessons learned as you navigate from defining business requirements, existing equipment, topology, culture, interdependencies, risk analysis, gap analysis, risk registers, an ISMS framework and staffing.
This presentation is not in binary, or a fairy tale, it’s a holistic approach by focusing on two fundamental essentials; your devices and the applications running in your environment.
Bio: Tom Rubendunst CISSP
As a risk management consultant Tom takes real-world steps in an ever-changing landscape of challenges for corporations to stay competitive by protecting their digital crown jewels, secrets and reputation.
Tom’s background is vast. He has worked in multiple environments (Financial, Healthcare, Government, DoD, Fortune 500) providing consulting services that allowed him to leverage his background in Technical Sales, Operational Management, Infrastructure, and Security. He successfully ran a 30M operation with a staff of 100 while maintaining responsibility for operations, technical delivery teams, training, marketing, risk management and HR. Tom’s background as a corporate strategist helps him leverage his knowledge of risk management, governance, compliance when helping clients map their business needs to technology/security strategies.
Currently, Tom is a member of the following professional organizations:
· Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Lansing, Grand Rapids, Detroit
· Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HiMMS)
· Indiana Security and Privacy Network InSPN