Thursday, January 12, 2017

2017. Volunteer to host InfraGardNCR New Member Orientations.

NEW for 2017: New Member orientations - can you help?
As part of our ongoing effort to ensure you know what InfraGardNCR can do for you, the chapter will host 3 new member orientation meetings throughout 2017.  

New members will be invited to... 
      • meet the chapter's leadership 
      • see a demonstration of the InfraGard portal
      • hear from our FBI Coordinators
      • be introduced to the Washington Field Office leadership
      • get an overview of chapter programs and initiatives
      • be afforded an opportunity to get involved in the chapters SIGs, workgroups, and/or committees
      • be provided with helpful resources available to them
Current members will also be welcome to attend.

In order to conduct these meetings, we need your help!  We're looking for hosts to provide the venue.  Venue requirements include internet availability, projector/screen, and seating for 50-100 people.  If you are in a position to host a new member orientation, please contact us!

Webinar. 1/25/2016. National Security. Financial Intelligence & Information Sharing Working Group (FIIS WG)

Jan. 25 event / webinar on financial intelligence - sign up now!
The Financial Intelligence & Information Sharing Working Group (FIIS WG) - part of the American Security Project - is proudly hosting its Annual Winter Symposium on January 25 at Booz Allen in cooperation with the Intelligence & National Security Alliance (INSA) Financial Threats Task Force, InfraGardNCR, and the American Bar Association's Section of International Law. THE EVENT WILL ALSO BE HOSTED VIA WEBINAR / PHONE. Click here for more details and to register!

The agenda includes: 
  • MR. CHARLES BRETZ, Director of Payment Risk, FS-ISAC - "The 'Sheltered Harbor' Initiative"
  • MR. YAYA FANUSIE, Director of Analysis, Center on Sanctions and Illicit Finance (CSIF), Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) - "Blockchain Technology: Benefits and Risks for National Security"
  • MR. BROCK RENSHAW, Threat Intelligence Analyst, Strategic Intelligence Analysis Group, Citigroup - "Sanctions Evasion within Iran's Aviation Sector"
  • MS. SARAH LANGFORD, Data Manager, and MS. KIMBERLY HORNIK, VP Compliance and Administration, Integrity Management Services, Inc. (IntegrityM) - "Aberrancies in Home Health Agency Beneficiary Sharing: A Healthcare Fraud Analysis Case"
  • MR. SCOTT DUEWEKE, President, The Digital Identities and Payments Association's (IDPAY) - "Banking and ISO 27001 standards"
  • MR. SONNY CARPENTER, Associate, BakerHostetler - "International Anti-Corruption Enforcement and Impact on Financial Institutions"
  • MR. ADAM DRUCKER, Assistant Section Chief, Counter-Terrorism Division, FBI - "Terrorist Facilitation Networks"

    Moderators:
    • Ms. Lesley Rockwell, Citigroup and Co-Chair of the FIIS WG
    • Ms. Danielle Camner Lindholm, Whitehorse Technologies and Co-Chair of the FIIS WG and the ABA Natl Security Committee; Immediate Past Co-Chair of the ABA Intl AML Committee
For more information, please contact Danielle Lindholm at dcamner@hotmail.com

$25,000 Prize. FTC IoT Home Inspector Challenge

FTC launches IoT Challenge
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is hosting a prize competition that challenges the public to create a technical solution ("tool") that consumers can use to guard against security vulnerabilities in software found on the Internet of Things (IoT) devices in their homes.
The tool would, at a minimum, help protect consumers from security vulnerabilities caused by out-of-date software. Contestants have the option of adding features, such as those that would address hard-coded, factory default or easy-to-guess passwords.  The prize for the competition is up to $25,000, with $3,000 available for each honorable mention winner(s). Winners will be announced on or about July 27, 2017.  The deadline for registering and submitting entries is May 22, 2017 at 12:00pm EDT. For full details, click here

2017 Internship Opportunities. Nat. Weather Service.

The National Weather Service (NWS) National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) is accepting applications for its 2017 summer student internship program. NCEP is offering up to 10 paid summer internships targeted towards current undergraduate and graduate students to work in areas that will meet the future needs of the ever-broadening weather-climate-water user community.  Students may be involved in activities that improve understanding of forecasting issues and address critical aspects of operational model development.

Students from the following majors are welcome to apply: math, physics, meteorology, atmospheric and climate science, computer science, engineering, and social science. Each student will collaborate with one or more scientists at our five centers located in College Park, MD: Climate Prediction Center, Environmental Modeling Center, NOAA Central Operations, Ocean Prediction Center, and Weather Prediction Center.

Applications are due February 6, 2017. For more information and to apply: http://www.ncep.noaa.gov/student-internships/

The NCEP Executive Officer, Genene Fisher (genene.fisher@noaa.gov), can also answer any questions you might have.

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BEMA International ONLINE STORE

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