The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Seattle Chapter is relaunching this year, and is looking for new members in the Pacific Northwest region who want to network with other like-minded professionals in the area. The Seattle Chapter provides a place for cybersecurity professionals to share ideas and research, discuss the unique cloud computing needs specific to the Seattle area, and participate in educational opportunities through events and chapter meetings that feature presentations by industry experts on cloud issues, security, and technology.
Interested in joining the Seattle Chapter?
*Indicate your interest and our Chapter Coordinator will be in touch with you shortly.
Join the chapter lunch during SECtember
We will be hosting a lunch during CSA’s premier event, SECtember, on Wed, Sept 15th, 2021 for interested individuals to meet one another and the newly established chapter leaders. We would love to have you join us, regardless if you are new to cloud security or a long-time veteran. Headlining this year's SECtember conference is Christopher Krebs, Former Director of the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). It should be an interesting event and we are excited to finally be able to meet together in-person once again. You can let us know you’re interested in joining the lunch by emailing our Chapter Coordinator, Todd Edison, at [email protected]. To register for the event please visit SECtember.com.
Chapter Board Members
CSA is currently seeking volunteers for a new board of directors for this chapter. You can meet the new board members at the chapters' first meet-up during SECtember.
Why become a Chapter Board Member?
- Showcase industry thought leadership
- Visibility in the local security community
- Build a network of security professionals
- Access to local organizations and individuals
- Relationship building with members & the local security community
- Complimentary CCSK training and exam tokens
- Complimentary passes to CSA events
- Impact industry standards by leading or participating in a research working group