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The SolarWinds attack is an information security wake-up call. Join Chris Taylor of the ME-ISAC and SecureTheVillage President Stan Stahl for an in-depth discussion of the SolarWinds breach.

  • What happened
  • How it happened
  • What we can learn
  • The information security management implications
    • Technology management
    • National security
    • Supply chain security

Speaker: Chris Taylor is the founder and executive director of the Media & Entertainment Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ME-ISAC). He has over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity, with experience in breach response, threat intelligence, and security program design and operations.

Technology & Security Management Happy Hour is a Peer-to-Peer Roundtable in “Happy Hour Format”
Peer-to-Peer Roundtables are educational / networking events where we come together to discuss IT security challenges and solutions. As a diverse community, our various backgrounds and areas of expertise become an asset in navigating the complex issues we face in an ever more digitally dependent environment.

Our Peer-to-Peer Happy Hour series is ‘after-hours,’ offering a less formal structure for conversation and connection than our traditional Roundtable series. We hope you’ll join us!


  • Deal with real issues
  • Solve real problems
  • Have fun
  • Build community


  • Technology executives
  • CIOs, Directors of IT
  • CISOs, Information Security Managers
  • CFOs and other executives that manage IT

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Organization: SecureTheVillage

Type: HappyHour Roundtable

Date: January 26th

Time: 4:00 PM PST

Focus Area: Cyber Crime Risks and Threats, Cybersecurity National Policy, Information Security Management / MSSP

Intended for: CIOs, CTOs, IT Directors,CISOs, Information Security Managers

CPE: None

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