A Brief History
The National Information Security Group (NAISG) was founded in August,
2002 as the New England Information Security User Group. In 2004, the
group incorporated as a 501c(6) in the commonwealth of Massachusetts and
changed its name to the New England Information Security Group. In 2007
it changed its name to the National Information Security Group to better
reflect its membership and its goals. A
board of directors
guidance to the organization.
The National Information Security Group (NAISG) is a non-profit
organization that promotes awareness and education of information
security through the support of local and regional chapters. Members
include IT administrators, managers, law enforcement personnel, the
media, educators and students and anyone else interested in getting or
staying on the cutting edge of information security.
Promotes awareness and education of all facets of information security
through the support of local and regional chapters.
Holds monthly meetings that include presentations and discussions, a Q&A
session, job announcements,
demonstrations and/or hands-on workshops.
Is always free to the general public.
Is not biased toward any single vendor or technology.
Includes as members: IT administrators, managers, law enforcement
educators and anyone else interested in getting or staying on
the cutting edge of information security.
Provides a venue for organizations to distribute information and educate
the general membership
on security products, techniques and/or other issues related
Maintains an online TechTips forum, through which subscribers can post
or respond to security- and IT-related questions.
TechTips maintains an international subscription base.
No formal security experience isrequired. Come to learn, share tips and
tricks and network with other professionals!
President of NAISG.
Lucien, or Lu, is a software security specialist. He has worked for a
defense contractors, engineering firms and security companies in the
roles of development, system administration, and security engineering.
He has industry certifications and has completed graduate courses in
computer science. As a senior support engineer for
, Lu has the
privilege of finding solutions to complex issues for many companies in
the Fortune 500. Lu has also developed software for the purpose of
interoperability between other enterprise solutions.
E-Mail Lu at:
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