Security MBA (Masters of Beer Appreciation) is a member driven, vendor neutral forum for Central Ohio Information Security Professionals. The Security MBA allows for Information Security Professionals to get together and discuss current information security related topics. Some of the benefits of attending the Security MBA:
The Security MBA meets monthly in the Central Ohio area to share information of relevance to the Information Security and associated fields. We discuss emergent threats over pints of good beer, and have been doing so since 2004. Even better, the beer is usually free, thanks to our corporate sponsors.
As the Information Security field is broad, so are the range of topics, which include network, host and application security, privacy, law, cryptography, copyrights & patents, physical security, fire suppression, DR/BCP, ethics, forensic, biometrics, identity management, firearms, project management, development, data integrity, records retention and storage, optics, chemistry, hacking, red teams, DHS, NSA, FBI, ATF, etc. And beer. We operate under the Chatham House rule.
Interested Sponsors contact:
Stacy Camp or Mark Gass