Today, Capella announced the launch of a new online Master of Science in Information Assurance and Security, with specializations in Digital Forensics and Network Defense.
This new program provides numerous advantages for working professionals seeking to advance their career with a master’s that aligns to key industry certifications and standards in the field. They include:
- A curriculum designed around the most recent standards set by the NSA, the International Organization for Standardization ISO 27001, and the domains of knowledge represented in several leading security certifications, including CISSP®.
- A Dual-Credential Pathway, offered in partnership with the InfoSec Institute, which provides students the opportunity to earn their MS in Information Assurance and Security degree and CISSP® certification—in less time and for less money than pursuing each credential separately.
- The opportunity for students to save time and money by earning credit toward this MS for existing IT certifications, such as CISM, CEH, and more.
- A secure, virtual lab environment that allows students to develop and enhance their skills by practicing with tools used in the information security profession, including EnCase® and BackTrack.
- A core curriculum designed to prepare information security professionals to evaluate information security practices, analyze emerging threats and countermeasures, and apply security management principles.
Enrollment is now open
For more information, please call 1.888.CAPELLA (227.3552) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(ISC)2 webinar – From the Trenches: BYOD Program Deployments
Capella employee, Matt Pellowski, is participating as a speaker in this roundtable discussion.
DATE: April 10th
TIME: 12:00 PM Central
Join this unique roundtable chat with three InfoSec Professionals who have recently climbed the BYOD mountain and come back down to share their stories. We’ll discuss the industry and regulatory differences, managing user expectations of privacy, legal implications and technical pitfalls in this 60 minute Security Leadership Series webinar, brought to you in partnership with Capella University.
(ISC)2 members can earn a free Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit.
Registration link – https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/5385/106149
An on-demand recording will also be available after the live event has occurred.
ISACA Webinar – Sponsored by Capella
DATE: March 27th
TIME: 11:00 Central
TITLE: Data-Driven Security – Using “Big Data” to Protect the Enterprise
SPEAKER: Pete Lindstrom, Principal, Spire Security, LLC
ABSTRACT: Data – big, small, or the perfect size for Goldilocks – is revolutionizing the way we think about security. For some, it provides a way to identify risky behavior or activity and react quickly, with an opportunity for fewer false positives. To others, it represents a change in paradigms as they shift from a preventive model to one that strives for resilience. In all cases, the term can be ambiguous or hollow as people miscommunicate with each other about their needs and interests.
This webcast will drill down into all of the different flavors of “big data.” It will identify the sources and types of data that may be brought to bear on problems, the outputs and actions that are possible with a big data program, and the steps needed to get to a robust, data-driven security program.
ISACA members can earn a free Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit.
Here is the link to register for the event: http://www.isaca.org/Education/Online-Learning/Pages/Data-Driven-Security.aspx
An on-demand recording will also be available after the live event has occurred.
Charlie McClain, one of our excellent faculty who teaches in the School of Technology recently participated in an ISC2 sponsored webinar. For those who missed it, here is a link to the recorded presentation.
Stay competitive and valued in your area of expertise by joining Cisco for a special virtual event called “Take It to the Next Level” on April 17 and 18 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Visit one or all of our seven sessions and learn about where you could go with Cisco Professional-level certifications in Data Center, Design, Security, Service Provider, Voice, Wireless, or Routing and Switching.
Each hour-long webinar will provide a 30-minute overview of the specific field and what Cisco can offer you in terms of CCNP (or CCDP®) advancement. The overview will be followed by a full 30 minutes of Q&A, so there will be plenty of time to ask questions about what might be in it for you.
Plus, our experts will be available for a special panel session on April 18 to answer all your professional-level certification questions.
Source & to register, please visit the following link:
Below is a link to a workshop that is being held at Anoka Ramsey College in the evening on April 9th. For those of you in or near the college this is a free to students or alumni of MnScu and very low cost to those not graduates of that system and is an opportunity to learn more about marketing your skills and to meet IT recruiters from the area. Check it out and be sure to register if you are able to attend.
To all that were not able to join us tonight for our Information Assurance and Security Monthly talk and presentation titled: The Accidental Insider with Barry Caplin. Glad to share with you all the recording of the presentation along with some details:
Here is the link to the presentation recording:
More to follow the speaker:
Where to Learn More…
- CMU CyLab – http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/
- CERT – http://www.cert.org/insider_threat/
- Data Breach Blog – http://breach.scmagazineblogs.com/
- OSF DataLossdb – http://datalossdb.org/
- Dark Reading – http://darkreading.com/insiderthreat/
You are cordially invited to the Information Assurance Security monthly talk. For this event, we are pleased to have the Chief Information Security Officer of the MN Dept. of Human Services who is also speaking in different information security events and has been in this field for more than 30 years. Please join us for this exciting event, invite your learners, and forward to anyone who may be interested.
** The purpose of the Capella IAS Speaker Series is to provide education and information important to the IAS community
• Who? — Speakers can be experts in the field, business partners, faculty, students, and current graduates. Students can use this forum as a way to present their research or in an area of their expertise. Experts will be asked to present in an area of their expertise on a timely topic in the IAS field.
• What? — Current events, important IAS topics, and research important to the IAS community.
• When? — Once a month starting in July. All presentations will be recorded and put on the IAS community website.
• How?– Presentations will be an hour in length with a Q&A period, and will be delivered using Adobe Connect. Some presentations could be a panel discussion with questions and answers from the audience.
• Why? — To contribute to Capella’s IAS center of excellence in IA education and the larger IAS community.
Name: Capella IAS Speaker Series
Summary: The Capella IAS Speaker Series
Invited By: Mansour Sharha, MANSOUR.SHARHA@CAPELLA.EDU
Subject: The Accidental Insider
When: 03/18/2013 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Time Zone: (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US and Canada)
Conference Number(s): 1-888-205-5513 (US/CAN) / 1-719-955-0562 (INTL)
Participant Code: 429132
To join the meeting, Please use this link:
** About the Presenter:
Barry Caplin is currently the Chief Information Security Officer at the MN Dept. of Human Services. Barry has been in the field of IT and Information Security for nearly 30 years. He is a frequent speaker on all kinds of Information Security topics. He particularly likes talking about “home” tech issues in talks like: Internet Safety for Children and Families, Teens 2.0, Identity Theft and What You Can Do About It, How to be a Tech-Smart Parent, and Outsmarting Your Smartphone.
Core Faculty, Network Technology & Information Security Assurance
School of Technology