Our June chapter meeting is on Wednesday June 11th, 2014 at 5:45PM . Please RSVP if you plan on attending!
**Note this month we’re meeting on the second Wednesday instead of the first**
Babel Revisited: Lessons from an IPv6 Transition
Abstract: The IRS orchestrated the documentation and implementation of IPv6 security requirements despite organizational and contractual obstacles. Cross-functional technical and business teams collaborated to tackle these challenges and socialize the IP4-IPv6 transition. Wisdom and actionable guidance for use by other teams arose out of the din of organized conflict.
Speaker biography: Steven F. Fox is the Sr. Cybersecurity Officer assigned to the IRS’ Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) International Dialogue. His work focuses on balancing FATCA security requirements against the privacy requirements of participating countries. Mr. Fox brings a cross-disciplinary perspective to the practice of information security; combining his experience as a security consultant, a Sr. IT Auditor and a systems engineer with principles from behavioral/organizational psychology to address security challenges. Steven is a syndicated blogger covering IT Governance, Risk Management, and IT-Business fusion topics. His speaking engagements include Blackhat’s Executive Summit, RSA Conference USA, Hacker Halted, Security B-Sides Chicago/Detroit/Las Vegas, and GrrCon. He also volunteers his time to the Ponemon Institute, Security BSides Detroit and the MichSec security organization.
5:45-6:15PM Networking/Membership signup / Dinner
Metro Health Conference Center
2225 Main Street
Wyoming, MI, 49519