Security Newsletter
April 23, 2020
Hello Security Community Members,

The team at MassTLC is taking a great deal of time to think through how we best provide you with the most valuable information and a place to strengthen your network. As security teams are facing intense pressure to protect their companies and assets in a fully remote world, it is more important than ever to have a trusted network to ask for and offer help.
 
One opportunity to do that is to take advantage of MassTLC Central's Security forum. This is a safe platform - no sales, no gimmicks. Only MassTLC members and only those with security roles are invited to join.  Please sign up here and get started with the security community forum!

We will also be hosting a forum for security professionals in an open discussion to share best practices on social engineering and business continuity planning. More information here. 

I want to take this time to thank our community sponsor, Deloitte , for supporting us as we continue to bring you programs and information.

If you have questions, concerns, or information you'd like to share please reach out to me. 

Best regards,

Sara Fraim
Sr. Director
MassTLC
Stay Informed and Get Involved
  • Engineering Leadership Continuity Planning – Part 1: Facilitated by MassTLC’s Tech & Innovation Community Co-chairs, Nausheen Moulana, VP, SW Engineering & Ops of Kyruus and Paiman Nodoushani, SVP, Engineering and Product of Veracode, these open forums are designed for you to share challenges and solutions to managing tech teams through COVID-19. Learn more and register here.
 
  • CCPA: What you need to know now and what to expect in the future: Colin Zick and Chris Hart, who co-chair Foley Hoag’s Privacy and Data Security Practice, will lead this online discussion about the current and future landscape of CCPA compliance, how states and the federal government are moving the privacy goalposts, and how your organization should be thinking about compliance. Learn more and register here.

  • The expanding roles of security teams: MassTLC Security Co-Chairs, Kevin O’Brien, CEO of GreatHorn, and Marc French, CISO and Managing Director of Product Security Group will lead us in an open discussion to share best practices on social engineering and business continuity planning. Learn more and register here.
 
  • Call for Judges: Technovation Girls Global Challenge: Technovation Girls, a flagship program of non-profit Technovation, is the world’s largest global tech entrepreneurship competition for girls. The program provides an opportunity for girls ages 10-18 to learn the necessary skills to emerge as tech entrepreneurs and leaders. We are inviting members from industry to sign up for this very rewarding experience. Learn more and register here.
 
  • MassTLC Professional Women's Community: Open to women and men involved in bridging the gap for women inside their organizations. This community is a trusted group of professionals from cross-functional disciplines with a goal of closing the gender gap in the tech sector. Contact Nayla Daly for more information.

Industry News and Resources
  • MassTLC Resources page includes information on a number of public and private programs including guidance on accessing small business loans, addressing legal issues, accessing free licenses for technology platforms. 


  • GreatHorn is tracking phishing attack trends as workforces become fully remote and offers free 60-day service to help mitigate your risk.
Thank You to Our Co-Chairs
Deb Briggs
Chief Security Officer
NetScout Systems
Marc French
CISO
Product Security Group
Kevin O'Brien
CEO & Co-Founder
GreatHorn
Thank You to Our Community Sponsor

Thank You to Our Global Sponsors