January ISSA Monthly Meeting

Speaker: April Mardock, CISSP

Thursday, January 18th, 2017, 6:30 PM

Event Summary

Join us for January’s monthly meeting where April Mardock will be demonstrating Forensic Volatility 101. Using the Forensic Toolkit, April walks through a memory dump with FTK Imager and a forensic stroll through the operating system and related apps.

In addition, ISSA Chapter President Justin White will lead an analysis of the most recent news and discuss how cyber attackers continue to evolve during his monthly Garden Fresh presentation. In this presentation, we will explore the trends that define today’s threat landscape such as recent cyber attacks, intelligence-led insights, and advanced defensive strategies.

Join us for the after meeting soirée with food and drinks at the Islander Restaurant. Plan on bringing a friend!!! This is a great opportunity to network with your peers, introduce your friend and to meet new people: Address 2441 76th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040


April Mardock has been in K12 information security and technology for 24 years (the past 10 with Seattle Public Schools), and has supported technology and underlying security in 132 different companies. She is well versed in complex, multilayered environments, computer forensics, disaster recovery, and network intrusions. She holds a masters in IT and a CISSP security certification, as well as several other industry-specific certs. She is practical and pragmatic in her approaches to IT security, reducing the technobabble to manageable and actionable tasks. Come learn, laugh and discover with April Mardock.

Chapter Meeting Time:
Thursday, January 18, 2018
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Community Center at Mercer Island
8236 SE 24th Street Mercer Island, WA 98040

Thanks to our Chapter Sponsors:

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Gold Level Sponsor:

Teleion Consulting

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