Our November chapter meeting is on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 at 5:45PM. Please RSVP if you plan on attending!
Two Perspectives on Implementing a Phishing Program
Abstract: Join us November 2nd, 2016 as we explore two approaches to changing behaviors within the user base. Matt Somers will present lessons learned and first-hand experiences in selecting and roll-out of an Enterprise Phishing Program. Robert VanDyke will walk through how we setup an Open Source internal Phishing Campaign. Both presentations will provide real world experiences from local chapter members. With Phishing attempts one of the highest risk areas, these sessions are sure to provide valuable and current insight.
Speaker Biographies: Matt Somers, CISSP resides in West Michigan and is the CISO for a global company headquartered in the US. Matt has over 14 years experience in the Information Security field. Matt is also a founding Board Member and Secretary of the (ISC)2 West Michigan Chapter. Robert Van Dyke is a senior at Ferris State University studying Information Security and Intelligence. He is also employed at Metro Health Hospital as a Security Analyst for almost one year. He loves all things tech related. In his free time he enjoys working in his home “Lab”, pen testing various boot2root, ctfs, and installing and playing with new software. He has participated in the GrrCon OSINTCTF the past two years and placed 6th and 4th respectively.
5:45-6:15PM Networking/Membership signup / Dinner
NEW LOCATION Location Information
Metro Health IT Facility
985 Gezon Parkway (across from Target loading dock)
Wyoming, MI, 49519