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    (ISC)2 Atlantic Canada Chartering Chapter         Topic: New Leadership Positions Open   To better focus on our services to members, the chapter officers are opening the f... View more
    (ISC)2 Atlantic Canada Chartering Chapter         Topic: New Leadership Positions Open   To better focus on our services to members, the chapter officers are opening the following opportunities to join the leadership committee. We expect that roles will have a direct impact to our members and our area community. Please review, and if have questions, or are interested in applying for one of these positions, please forward the following to our official chapter email address: info@isc2chapter-atlanticcanada.ca:   Your preferred contact email address   Your relevant background   What you would like to accomplish in the role     Position 1: Event Planning Chair   Responsibilities:   Propose and maintains the Chapter’s annual plan of member-focused and community-focused events, approved by Chapter Leadership   Organise a committee to arrange for the execution of the plan,   Coordinate with the Treasurer to secure such plans fit within available resources, and   Coordinate with the Director of Community Engagement to appropriately leverage our partners.   Background:     Education Events: These encourage potential (ISC)² members to contribute with their professional skills and learn more about (ISC)² certificates; Connect cyber security professionals for educational resources; Mentor junior professionals; Inspire the next generation to participate in the cyber-security sessions and projects.   Example Education Events:   Industry Expert Presentations   Study Groups   Seminars/Workshops   Curriculum Development   Continuing Professional Education (CPEs)   Training Events: These community-focused events provide engaging opportunities to encourage cyber-security awareness, showcase cyber-security as a potential career choice, or mentor the next generation.   Meeting/Conference: These are themed collections of events and meetings. The Chapter targets one per year, starting with its second year after being chartered.   Professional Development: These create opportunities for information security professionals to collaborate on projects and develop leadership skills     Networking Events:  These community-focused events provide opportunities to network with other security professionals, establish collaborative and mentorship relationships, and provide a fun and informal way to discuss chapter activities and developments.     Position 2: Community Engagement Chair   Responsibilities :   Build and maintain a network of partners that either need Chapter support or can help support the Chapter execute its mission. Such support may include financial, venue, educational materials or volunteers.    Propose and plan chapter or joint fundraising activities in coordination with the Treasurer.   Background :   Sponsorship : These agreements are intended to benefit chapter events and operations. Examples include donations to the Chapter, mutually beneficial arrangements, or those to serve the community charitably.     Partnerships: These agreements are typically with other security-relevant organisations or individuals. Examples include joint or co-branded activities, participating in co-sponsored events with other industry associations with the purpose of leveraging venues, or other resources.    
    (ISC)2 Atlantic Canada Chartering Chapter         Topic: New Leadership Positions Open   To better focus on our services to members, the chapter officers are opening the f... View more
    (ISC)2 Atlantic Canada Chartering Chapter         Topic: New Leadership Positions Open   To better focus on our services to members, the chapter officers are opening the following opportunities to join the leadership committee. We expect that roles will have a direct impact to our members and our area community. Please review, and if have questions, or are interested in applying for one of these positions, please forward the following to our official chapter email address: info@isc2chapter-atlanticcanada.ca:   Your preferred contact email address   Your relevant background   What you would like to accomplish in the role     Position 1: Event Planning Chair   Responsibilities:   Propose and maintains the Chapter’s annual plan of member-focused and community-focused events, approved by Chapter Leadership   Organise a committee to arrange for the execution of the plan,   Coordinate with the Treasurer to secure such plans fit within available resources, and   Coordinate with the Director of Community Engagement to appropriately leverage our partners.   Background:     Education Events: These encourage potential (ISC)² members to contribute with their professional skills and learn more about (ISC)² certificates; Connect cyber security professionals for educational resources; Mentor junior professionals; Inspire the next generation to participate in the cyber-security sessions and projects.   Example Education Events:   Industry Expert Presentations   Study Groups   Seminars/Workshops   Curriculum Development   Continuing Professional Education (CPEs)   Training Events: These community-focused events provide engaging opportunities to encourage cyber-security awareness, showcase cyber-security as a potential career choice, or mentor the next generation.   Meeting/Conference: These are themed collections of events and meetings. The Chapter targets one per year, starting with its second year after being chartered.   Professional Development: These create opportunities for information security professionals to collaborate on projects and develop leadership skills     Networking Events:  These community-focused events provide opportunities to network with other security professionals, establish collaborative and mentorship relationships, and provide a fun and informal way to discuss chapter activities and developments.     Position 2: Community Engagement Chair   Responsibilities :   Build and maintain a network of partners that either need Chapter support or can help support the Chapter execute its mission. Such support may include financial, venue, educational materials or volunteers.    Propose and plan chapter or joint fundraising activities in coordination with the Treasurer.   Background :   Sponsorship : These agreements are intended to benefit chapter events and operations. Examples include donations to the Chapter, mutually beneficial arrangements, or those to serve the community charitably.     Partnerships: These agreements are typically with other security-relevant organisations or individuals. Examples include joint or co-branded activities, participating in co-sponsored events with other industry associations with the purpose of leveraging venues, or other resources.    
Hi all, in our meeting December 7th, Stephen asked about the process of submitted CPE's and the potential of audit.   I have some clarification. (ISC)2 requires us to keep records of attendance fo... View more
Hi all, in our meeting December 7th, Stephen asked about the process of submitted CPE's and the potential of audit.   I have some clarification. (ISC)2 requires us to keep records of attendance for CPE submission for the audit process. (See below)   My interpretation of this that in the event of an audit, (ISC)2 would come to the officers of the Chapter for evidence/records. That being said, anyone who works in IT knows it always smart to have a backup 😉   Thanks   Chapter officers are required to maintain attendance records of members at these events for verification purposes since these credits are subject to audit. 
  Hi Everyone,   During the chapter meeting on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.  A question was asked if it was possible to get messages from the Chapter Group hub without having to log into the Grou... View more
  Hi Everyone,   During the chapter meeting on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.  A question was asked if it was possible to get messages from the Chapter Group hub without having to log into the Group Hub platform.   Kindly see below on how it could be done.   Log into the (ISC)2 Atlantic Canada Group Hub   Click on the “Option” button   On the drop down, select “Subscribe”     Once you select the subscribe button, you will get the message “ Success! You have subscribed to this group hub” and will start email receiving notification in your inbox.     Note: You will have to log into the group hub to reply, add comment or give kudos to the post   I would like to say thank you to Joshua L. for his suggestion during the meeting. I tried out his suggestion it worked, and I decided to write this article.

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