Presented by Thu Nguyen
Date/Time: 25th October 2023, 3:30 pm -4:30 pm | Location: In-person – 1810 Liacouras Walk, Room 520 & Online Zoom webinar
Description: This presentation will cover rules public companies need to follow for disclosing cybersecurity
incidents and risk management strategy and governance.
Mrs Thu Nguyen is currently part of the Audit Leadership Management team at Wells Fargo, a professor and academic advisor of the Temple’s graduate Information Technology, Auditing and Cybersecurity (ITACS) program and a board member of the ISACA organization. She is an accomplished professional who has held leadership and management positions in various industries including technology, telecommunication, banking, investments management and insurance with S&P 500 companies such as Verizon, Lincoln Financial, Tokyo Marine, Capital One, Capital One and others. Mrs. Nguyen has 30+ years of consulting, risk management, and audit experience.
She holds a BS degree in Accounting, MBA in Information Systems Management and several industry certifications and licenses including CISA, CRMA, CPDSE certifications, Series 6, 62 and others. She is also an accredited and certified trainer with APMG International. She is an advocate and active mentor and sponsor of young professionals seeking a career in consulting, audits, risks, and cyber security.
Social Engineering Educator Workshop
Date: Monday, November 6, 2023
Description: Social engineering (SE) is defined as any act that influences a person to take an action that may or may not be in his or her best interests and is the method of utilizing human behaviours to engage in cybercrime. This 6-hour virtual workshop will introduce attendees to the SE topic, tactics and persuasion techniques used, SE playbooks, and relevance to cyberattacks and cybersecurity. Attendees will also engage in safe, ethical, and fun hands-on social engineering activities in teams and then share their experiences. The workshop will end with an interactive discussion about implementing SE training and education at their respective organizations, the role of ethics in training and education, and a Q&A session with workshop organizers.
Apply here. Applications are being accepted until Friday, October 27th, 2023 at 12pm ET.
Full-time educators (middle/high school and higher education institutions), age range 18+.
Please note that we are aligning ourselves with NSF’s commitment to broadening participation, which is embedded in its Strategic Plan through a variety of investment priorities related to the Learning and Stewardship strategic outcome goals. Specifically, we are expanding efforts to broaden participation from underrepresented groups and diverse institutions across all geographical regions.
All applicants will receive a decision about 1-2 weeks after this deadline.
- All applicants must provide:
- A brief letter of support from their supervisor/principal/Chair confirming full-time status and knowledge of the applicant’s interest in workshop participation.
**Please do not provide an email exchange; the letter should be on institution letterhead and should only include the information requested.
- All educators participating in the workshop will be required to complete a workshop evaluation survey.
- Select Middle/High school educators selected for the workshop will be compensated for their time at the rate of $25/hour. We can compensate up to 5 high school educators.
- Each selected participant must also complete an audio-visual release waiver. This allows organizers to use images, audio, text, and video generated during the event for promotion and dissemination via conferences, publications, and podcasts.
This event and evaluation are considered research and are part of the education and outreach efforts of NSF Award # 2032292.