ISSA – NoVA Chapter Infosec Meetup Event – Thursday, 03-19: 2010 Census

The ISSA – NoVA Chapter infosec meetup event this Thursday is covering an interesting topic: the implementation of the 2010 Census. While the 2010 Census might seem like an unlikely security topic, the ISSA – NoVA abstract of the meetup makes a good point: “[the Census] presents a classic case of how you must balance operational requirements with security to ensure that this vital program is completed successfully with adequate security.” Whether you work for yourself, a small company, or a large corporation, that statement is something we can all relate to, and this meetup presents a perspective we can all learn from.

Since the meetup’s speaker (Tim Ruland) works for the US Census Bureau, you will get inside information about the unique challenges that the 2010 Census is presenting for security professionals.

To get additional information about this meetup, continue reading below.     

  • Who: Tim Ruland, US Census Bureau
  • What: “Security Challenges Of The Massive Implementation of 2010 Census”
    o According to the meetup abstract, Ruland hopes that conference attendees will gain “a better understanding of the complexities that we face at the Census Bureau, and how we are adapting our processes to meet our every day mission as well as the expansion that occurs once every decade.”
  • When: 03-19, 5:30 (doors open) & 6:30 (meeting starts) PM EST
  • Where: The MITRE Corporation (7525 Colshire Drive, McLean, VA 22102)

For more information on the ISSA – NoVA Chapter, see its description in our NoVA Meetups section. View our Calendar for a complete list of infosec events in and around the NoVA area. Here is a link to the page with information on this meetup.

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