The Information Systems Security Association, an international association for information security professionals, announced Monday that its San Antonio group was named 2010 chapter of the year. Read more here...
San Antonio Business Journal
“The ISSA International Chapter of the Year award is truly a prestigious recognition,” says the organization’s president Kevin L. Richard. “With 153 chapters in 70 countries around the world, this award highlights the best the ISSA has to offer to our members and our profession. The ISSA Alamo Chapter is a wonderful example excelling in all of these areas.” Read more here...
Twenty-eight long-standing members have been awarded Senior Member standing by the Fellow Selection Committee, announced Fellow Program Chair Ira Winkler. “Senior Member recognizes established professionals who have dedicated themselves to advancing information security through participation in ISSA. It is a privilege to welcome each of these individuals to the Fellow Program for the contributions they have already made and for those to come.”
Bill Bartgis, Baltimore
Senior Members must have a minimum of 5 years of membership and 10 years of relevant professional experience. There is no limit to the number of Senior Members. Applications are accepted semi-annually. Watch for an announcement in late spring for the next round of applications.
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