The OpenBSD workshop held last April 16 & 23, 2016 at the TIP Quezon City campus was a resounding success!  It was attended by more than 40 ISSA PH professionals and JISSA chapter members!  The 2-Saturday workshop was conducted by Subject Matter Experts Messrs. Glenn Faustino and Joel Griego, and they shared experience and knowledge on OpenBSD installation, set up and configuration, usage and operations, and package installation for desktop and server environments.  Thanks to all the participants, organizers and the host institution for supporting this event!  See you in future ISSA PH activities!

 

Please take note of the changes.

ISSA PH invites you to the 2-day ISSA PH OpenBSD workshop with hands-on exercises. This will be held at the Technological Institute of the Philippines - Quezon City, Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City, on April 16 & 23, 2016 (all Saturdays). The workshop will start at 8:30AM and will end at 5:00PM.

A certificate of completion or attendance (with corresponding CPE points) will be provided at the end of the event.

For ISSA PH and JISSA school chapter members, a nominal fee of PHP 250/pax per day will be charged for the food and snacks. For non-ISSA PH or non-JISSA members, the workshop fee is PHP 4000/pax for the entire duration, inclusive of lunch and snacks.

To register, click on the OpenBSD image below.  See you there!

 

The calendar of activities for 2016 is out now.  This is the initial list, and the ISSA PH board is planning to add a few more.  Please note the Python and OpenBSD workshops confirmed schedule and venue. See you in any of the future events!

        

Due to unforeseen event, the NEW VENUE of the Python Programming Workshop will be at the N-Lab, 3/F, St. Vincent (SV) Building, Adamson University, 900 San Marcelino St., Ermita, Manila.  There is no change in the schedule.  The workshop starts at 8:30AM and ends at 5:00PM on Saturday, 13-Feb, 2016. 

Please see the map of the new venue below, and a few reminders:

  

Adamson University Dress Code:

  • NO SANDOS, SHORTS OR SLIPPERS. 
  • For males: slacks and polo shirt/long sleeves polo. 
  • For females: slacks, skirt (as long as knees AREN’T seen), semi-formal top

Food and snacks are already charged in the nominal fee of P200.

We may be able to accommodate 40 participants (as the computer lab has limited capacity). We may limit the attendees from the JISSA school chapters to seven (7) students.  Thanks.

To register, click on the Python image below.  See you there!

 

Screen grab from the First Rizal Information Technology Convergence FB page

ISSA PH was a proud partner of the 1st Rizal Information Technology Convergence Conference held on 10-Dec-2015 at the Ynares Center, Antipolo City. The conference was organized by the Guild of Information Technology Students in Rizal province, and was participated in by more than 800 students, teachers and guests from all schools and universities in the province.  One of the speakers was the ISSA PH President John Ruero who delivered a talk on Information Security: What you don't know will hurt you.