|DATE:||November 12th, 2021|
|TIME:||2:00pm to 4:30pm (PDT)|
|VENUE:||Zoom Online meeting|
RSVP Required – register at Zoom
|TOPIC:||Searching for the Balance: Infosec at a Different Angle|
|PRESENTER:||Kovan Mohammed Ameen|
|RECORDING:||Link to recorded session|
Can we ever catch up to all the chaos? How far behind are we?
When do we get to rest? Will it get worse before it gets better? Will there ever be a point in time where stability is a possibility?… These and many other questions alike have a familiar tone, uncertainty. And I can say with confidence that most, if not all of us, have had questions like that at some point in our lives, regardless of the reasons behind them.
In this talk, we’ll be asking those same questions about information security, with the hopes of clearing the path to find the answers we need, whether that’s going back to the drawing board or evolving to adapt our current solutions in a new way.
Side note: There’s hope, but we need to act fast.
Senior Information Systems Security student at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). I developed a passion for hacking at just 14 years of age, at first, I wanted to become a pen tester but after pursuing post-secondary education in infosec, I found myself enjoying the educational, analytical, and research side of infosec more. My goal is to have a foundation that creates large-scale cooperation between different organizations and promotes new ways of thinking when it comes to finding long-term solutions to problems the industry faces.