On Friday, June 4, 2021, 12:00PM to 1:00PM Eastern, ISACA South Florida and SIM South Florida will host a panel of subject matter experts discussing The Evolution of Security Operations (SecOps) in a Post-pandemic World. Topics will include how to establish, design, manage, and maintain a security operations center (SOC).

  • Christine Vanderpool, VP IT Security at Florida Crystals
  • Gary Bahadur, Partner at Kraa Security
  • Juan Gomez-Sanchez, CISO at Lennar
  • Domingo Castillo, CISO at Miami Dade College
On Wednesday, June 16, 2021, 12:00PM to 1:00PM Eastern, ISACA South Florida will host a free webinar discussing cyber defense. As US healthcare and education sectors are getting progressively more targeted by malicious actors, we explore the reasons behind this trend, as well as what can be done to mitigate the threat. This presentation will cover relevant statistics and numbers, why PII/PHI is highly valued by cyber threat actors and how it's different from other types of targeted data, as well as the 3 main attack vectors (and what can be done to combat each): Malware, Phishing, and Social Engineering.

Our presenter, Logan Wolfe, is an accomplished, globally certified cybersecurity and business risk management expert, published author, entrepreneur, executive mentor, and public speaker with over 12 years of experience in delivering value to businesses via cyber risk, enterprise systems and digital transformation consulting. He's made significant contributions to financial and healthcare fraud and cyber risk management by leading high-performing teams at top consulting firms, such as Deloitte and Ernst & Young, and is now a CEO of a global cybersecurity firm of his own, Wembley Partners.

1 Hour of CPE available.
On Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 12:00PM to 1:00PM Eastern, ISACA South Florida will host a free webinar discussing vulnerability management. Current approaches to vulnerability management are often reactive in nature, as organizations attempt to detect vulnerabilities and remediate them quickly. This presentation discusses how organizations can use predictive analytics to take a proactive approach to vulnerability management.

Our presenter, Michael Roytman, is the Chief Data Scientist at Kenna Security, and has spoken at RSA, BlackHat, SOURCE, Bsides, Metricon, Infosec Europe and SIRAcon. His work focuses on cybersecurity data science and Bayesian algorithms, and he served on the boards of the Society of Information Risk Analysts and Cryptomove. He is also a technical advisor in the humanitarian space, having worked with Doctors Without Borders, The World Health Organization, and the UN. He is the cofounder and executive chair of, for which he landed on the 2017 Forbes 30 under 30 list. He currently serves on Forbes Technology Council. He holds an M.S. in Operations Research from Georgia Tech, and has recently turned his home roasting operation into a Chicago south side cafe, Sputnik Coffee.

1 Hour of CPE available.
With a Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) from FIU, you'll build an in-demand combination of technical and management skills with a curriculum that was created by FIU's world-renowned faculty with guidance from some of the best IS professionals and CIOs in South Florida.

Complete the program in 12 months, or specialize in Cybersecurity or Business Analytics and finish in 14 months.

Why the MSIS from FIU?

  • Public research university that offers high-quality education for an affordable tuition.
  • Critical knowledge and skills spanning .Net, SAP, Microsoft Project, SQL Server, UML, XML, Rapidminer, Tableau, R, Python, Blockchain, security and ethical hacking virtual labs, and other platforms.
  • Hybrid format – Combination of weekend and online courses.
  • Experiential learning opportunities – Students will work with the latest IS applications and have a chance to work on real-world projects with our partner companies through the ATOM Think Tank.

Apply today and start this fall or RSVP below to an upcoming online information session.