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Why? ISSA Colorado Springs?

Connecting Cyber Security Professionals and
Developing & Enhancing Cybersecurity Skills
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Why? ISSA Colorado Springs?

Connecting Cyber Security Professionals and
Developing & Enhancing Cybersecurity Skills
Join ISSA! (Click here)

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Why? ISSA Colorado Springs?

Connecting Cyber Security Professionals and
Developing & Enhancing Cybersecurity Skills
Join ISSA! (Click here)

Slide background

Why? ISSA Colorado Springs?

Connecting Cyber Security Professionals and
Developing & Enhancing Cybersecurity Skills
Join ISSA! (Click here)

Slide background

Why? ISSA Colorado Springs?

Connecting Cyber Security Professionals and
Developing & Enhancing Cybersecurity Skills
Join ISSA! (Click here)

Slide background

Why? ISSA Colorado Springs?

Connecting Cyber Security Professionals and
Developing & Enhancing Cybersecurity Skills
Join ISSA! (Click here)

TRAINING

Sharpen Your Skills

Whether pursuing Security+, CISSP, or other cybersecurity certifications, ISSA-COS offers low-cost classes and study groups to help you achieve an initial or higher-level certification, as well as continuing education credits to maintain them.

Continuing Education
Classes
On-Line Training

CYBER SECURITY CAREER LIFECYCLE- ISSA

Professional Development Program

CSCL is comprehensive professional development framework to guide professionals in their individual career paths by providing guidance and resources needed to achieve long-term career goals. See details at:

CSCL

ETHICS

The Critical Importance of Ethics

The study of ethics does not give us a clear-cut black and white answer to our problems as computer and security professionals. This makes it important that as members of our professional community we adopt a common code of ethics that applies to our professional behavior.

Code of Ethics

President's Corner

Colleagues,

2016 was an interesting year for cybersecurity professionals, with two key cybersecurity reports being released in December. From the DNC, to Dyn and Yahoo, hacks, breaches, and malware were discussed in the news throughout the year. The year ended with President Obama implementing economic sanctions against Russia and the expulsion of 35 Russian officials, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released a Joint Analysis Report (JAR). The JAR provides “technical details regarding the tools and infrastructure used by the Russian civilian and military intelligence Services (RIS) to compromise and exploit networks and endpoints associated with the U.S. election, as well as a range of U.S. Government, political, and private sector entities.” Previous JARs have not attributed malicious cyber activity to specific countries. This JAR is the first to do so. I recommend you read the 13-page report {more}.

  • UPCOMING EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

    1. 4th Annual ISSA COS Cyber Focus Day

      March 30 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    2. 7th Annual Cyber Security Training & Technology Forum (CSTTF)

      August 30 @ 8:00 am - August 31 @ 5:00 pm