My past speaking engagements have almost exclusively been in the area of information security and privacy and information systems auditing and control. I can cover a variety of topics and incorporate technical, organizational and management aspects. If appropriate for the setting I can also include social, ethical, and public policy issues.
The Growing Gap - are you cyber prepared?
What's New in Cybersecurity (panel)
HIPAA risk assessment
Information security risk and insurance (panel)
Secure Knowledge Management (Information Security Track emcee)
"Privacy and Security Today: Are You Paranoid Enough?"
MBA Graduate Symposium & Honors Convocation with a message about ethics, responsibilities, and consequences of information technology.
ISSA & ISACA chapters - various
As president of my local chapters, I was frequently called upon to chair meetings, emcee events, give presentations, and occasionally fill in for speakers who had to cancel last minute. I also led each of the (ISC)2 CBK domain review sessions (most domains multiple times) over the many years my ISSA chapter offered CISSP review sessions, and also led CISA review sessions when my ISACA chapter offered them.
University and professional course instruction
Cyber risk assessment and management training
Cyber program assessment training
Information Systems Audit (grad/undergrad university course)
I developed and taught an undergrad and graduate cross-listed course in Information Systems Audit in the Spring of 2005, for the School of Management, University at Buffalo, SUNY. I taught the course a total of four spring semesters (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008).