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All, There is a change in the venue for this meeting. The new venue is Deutsche Bank Campus
5022 Gate Parkway
Jacksonville, FL 32256Additional Instructions:
Enter at the front, center entrance
Present Eventbright pass to Security guardGeneral Directions:
From JTB exit Gate Parkway southbound
Right at Burnt Mill Rd (2nd light on Gate Pkwy)
First right turn is Suite 200 The October (ISC)² NE Florida Chapter Meeting is scheduled Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at 11:30am ET.The security / check-in process is expected to take between 15 to 20 minutes.
The meeting will be held at the Jax Public Library - Southeast Branch (10599 Deerwood Park Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32256).
Jirad Laszewski (Manager - Cyber Intelligence Division at Cyveillance, Inc.) will present, “How hactivism merges with the physical world with respect to risks and threats.”
The emerging trend of physical action components of hacktivist/online campaigns (and vice versa) has been a notable observation within the current threat space facing corporations and public sector entities. Hacktivists have increasingly developed or gained the support of physical contingents that engage in direct action in conjunction with what has previously been predominantly cyber operations and initiatives. Some of the more recent examples of this have been OpBrazil on September 7th which saw the combination of physical protests nationwide and hacktivist attempts targeting government websites; and the proliferation of the anti-surveillance movement in North America and Europe that has been further spurred by opposition to and/or revelations on Trapwire, Indect, CISPA, SOPA, PRISM etc…Which has led to cyber initiatives such as OpKillBill and OPBigBrother, as well as direct action and vandalism that has targeted entities viewed as proponents and surveillance systems (CCTV) in business districts and other urban areas.
At the same time, traditional activists groups have adopted cyber tactics and/or gained the support and participation of hacktivist elements to recruit, promote and directly contribute towards activist campaigns with efforts ranging from DOX’s on executives, ‘claimed’ or announced intentions for DDOS to email/phone/fax campaigns. Beyond the well documented cyber threat to infrastructure systems that pose physical ramifications, this observed trend demonstrates an additional area for physical security and information security stakeholders to understand and collaborate on.
If you are interested in presenting a topic, hosting a discussion or requesting an agenda item, for future Chapter meetings, don't hesitate to send those requests to the Chapter Board via this email address. We are still looking for additional volunteers for the (ISC)² NE Florida Chapter Committees (Meeting Planning, Web & Social Media, and Community Projects). The NE Florida Chapter will be what we make it, so be a part of it. ISC2 Northeast Florida Chapterisc2nefb@yahoo.com
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