A Career in Security, implications and lifestyle.
Meet a successful security professional and learn from him!
Monday, November 12, 2018 · Noon - 2 PM
We Will Provide Papa Johns Pizza and Desserts.
Become a member of the Information Systems Security Association and have a one on one conversation with an industry tested, time proved, and successful security professional.
Who is our speaker?
Steve Chan, CISSP, PMP has worked at numerous government agencies including the US department of veterans affairs and US department of treasury.
Steve Chan has been an active member of ISSA-Baltimore since early 2008, and has helped Kevin Newman, VP of Education, with the ISSA Baltimore CISSP® Study Group.
Steve graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Bachelors in Biology in 1975 and a Masters in Computer Science in December 1980.
Steve is currently working as an Information Security Officer for the US Treasury Department in the office of the Comptroller of the currency, and has worked in the past for George Washington University, Sun Microsystems, Uniprime Systems, Dataflow Technologies, Computer Products Research Corporation, and Westinghouse Advanced Technology Labs.
Contracting work has been done at Orbital Sciences, Black and Decker, US Bureau of Engraving and Printing, IBM, AT&T, EDS, Paradyne, and numerous other organizations.
Professional work has included both people management and project management in information security, wireless networking systems, IT infrastructure, systems engineering/design, computer service/repair/installation, disaster recovery/business continuity, compliance, benchmarking, and expert witness work under oath in federal procurement cases.
Information Security work has included managing teams that examined and secured computers to protect against identity theft and any violations of GLB, HIPPA, SOX, FERPA, DMCA, PCI/CISP, and CFAA across multiple departments and organizations.