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10/12 TLA Evening Mtg

Thurs, October 12th, 2017, 06:30pm - 09:00pm,
Detection and Response: “Critical Components of the CyberSecurity Journey”

College of DuPage / 425 Fawell Blvd. / Student Resource Center (SRC) Rm# 1144, Glen Ellyn, IL
(630) 942-2800) / Cost: Free | Attire: Business Casual

Register on the TLA website by Noon on Oct 12th

If you are unable to access or register on the TLA website then…Please reply via email and in the Subject Line: “TLA Evening registration (and the date of the event)” To: and with your name and phone number.

6:30pm – 7:00pm Check-in / Casual networking
7:00pm – 8:00pm Structured Networking – Two Table Rounds
8:00pm – 8:10pm Announcements
8:10pm – 9:00pm Presentation
9:00pm Adjourn
Speaker: Bryan Van Den Heuvel

Bryan got his start over 15 years ago working within the telecommunications space. Following his stint in the telecommunications space, he gravitated towards the enterprise storage arena. Over the 10 plus years working with the leading storage vendors, he performed installations, remediation’s, and enterprise data migrations, prior to transitioning to a systems engineer role on the sales side.??

Following his time in the Enterprise Storage arena, he shifted his focus towards the Cybersecurity market space with Arctic Wolf Networks.??he currently spends his time researching, learning, and addressing modern security threats for AWN.

Highlights of what will be covered:
Detection and Response: “Critical components of the Cybersecurity Journey”

Security is not a destination, it is a journey. Investing in a single product, solution, service, human does not solve all of the risk that companies face. Midmarket companies have done a great job investing in three core pillars of security—identification, protection and recovery—but most have not invested resources in detection and response. And that’s for one simple reason—humans are required. Join us for a discussion about why detection and response is critical to any company’s security posture, and learn how you can take advantage of enterprise quality security and greater visibility without having to build your own SOC.

During this session, you’ll hear how you can:
Amplify your existing IT operations that isn’t costly, complex, or time-consuming
Significantly reduce the time it takes to detect and respond to advanced threats
Take advantage of timely and actionable security intelligence without the noise of endless false positives

Our Host, College of DuPage for hosting us CoD CIO and TLA member Chuck Currier.
TLA Member & Leader/Facilitator David Krull for organizing the TLA evening events.

When: 2nd Thursday of the month (unless otherwise noted) except: (off for Jun, Jul, Aug & Dec)

College of DuPage 425 Fawell Blvd. Glen Ellyn IL 60137 (630) 942-2800)
Is located approx 1 mile West of the intersection of I-355 and 56(Butterfield Rd.) in Downers Grove.
Meetings will be held in the - Student Resource Center (SRC) Rm# 1144

-TLA attendees should park in College Lot 3 off of the NE Corner of College Road and Lambert.
-Enter through the south (rear) entrance of the SRC building go through the main doors and turn left.
-Then veer to the right (alongside of the cafeteria) and Rm# 1144 is at the end on the right side.
Technology Leaders Association (TLA) was established to help senior level IT executives develop and manage their careers. As part of this effort, we hold monthly meetings to network, share ideas, and learn from featured guest speakers in the career management field.

Structured networking is a technique used at most major executive transition groups. It is meant to be a powerful method of generating ideas that might help each of our searches. During this process, we will quickly brainstorm potential job lead ideas, gain networking contacts at desired companies, and generate advice from the members by sharing our backgrounds as well as our career objectives.
It is designed to generate ideas, but given the time constraints, not get into immediate detailed discussions. You should plan on following up with anybody who may have had an interesting idea or a good contact.

Please bring business cards, handbills (career overview) or resumes (plain paper is fine) to pass around if you have them. Figure on about 20 copies of the resumes/handbills and 50 business cards. We will run our networking, dividing the room into small tables of a maximum of 6 people and doing 2 table rotations before our speaker begins. At each rotation, you will have 90 seconds for your pitch and about 90 seconds for Q&A.

-summarizing your past (this is not the time to rehash your resume),
-what you are looking for, and
-what we can do to help (such as target contacts) or ask for advice on an issue.

Date of Event: 
10/12/2017 - 6:30pm - 9:00pm