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Newcomer II

How are you using your local ISC2 chapter?

Thought I'd ask how you are using your local ISC2 chapter?  I've been an ISC2 member and CISSP certified for a couple of years.  It would be great if members wanted to share lessons learned and tips for newer ISC2 members.

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Re: How are you using your local ISC2 chapter?

> Brendan (Newcomer II) posted a new topic in Chapters on 11-20-2018 07:31 PM in

> Thought I'd ask how you are using your local ISC2 chapter?

In Vancouver ( http://www.infosecbc.org/ ) we try to keep active. We have
monthly meetings with speakers, and also note/promote job openings in the area.
We try to keep track of security and tech related events in the area, and maintain
a calendar of such events for reference. We support two sister groups (in Victoria
and Kelowna) by Webcasting most of our meetings. (Others can get access as
well.) We don't levy any fees for membership or meetings, in order to provide for
greater access. We have a number of student members, and have tried/are trying
various forms of mentoring.

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