ISAC Educational Seminars

ISAC Spring Conference
March 12-13, 2020
ISAC Educational Seminars

Thursday, March 12
9:00 am – 10:15 am ISAC Educational Seminars

Cybersecurity Best Practices – Meeting Room 302-303
Cybersecurity best practices in the areas of social engineering, disaster and breach recovery, policies, records management, wireless, anti-virus, accounts, asset management, training, websites, payment cards, IT purchasing and surveillance. Speaker: Colette R. Klier, IT Risk Specialist, ICAP

Central Iowa Works Reentry Simulation – Meeting Room 306-307
The re-entry simulation was developed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office to better understand the barriers formerly incarcerated individuals face following their release from prison. The simulation gives participants a realistic perspective of what it’s like to return to the community after being incarcerated for months, years, and sometimes even decades. Participants will assume the identify of someone who has been released from prison for purposes of the re-entry simulation and given a scenario where they will need to secure housing, employment, transportation, healthcare and more! The purpose of this simulation is to raise public awareness of the barriers formerly incarcerated face when returning to our community where we live, work, and play. Speaker: This event is facilitated by Central Iowa Works at United Way of Central Iowa.

Census 2020: Shape Your County – Meeting Room 312-313
On the same day the first Census 2020 mailing is sent, this presentation will explain why a complete count is so important to each county in Iowa. Presenters will give an overview of the process, explain how local leaders can help, and share best practices.

Presenters: John Cook, U.S. Census Bureau Lead Partnership Specialist for the State of Iowa, and Alexandra Hassel, City of Des Moines Policy Liaison