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February 10, 2010 - NAISG announces a new chapter in Lagos, Nigeria


November, 2009 - Boston chapter completes CISSP Training Group
NAISG completed its third, ten-week, training session geared towards preparing attendees to take the CISSP examination.
The group raised more than $5,500, all of which was donated to the Premananda Orphanage Centre.  Results were fantastic, with more than 90% of group attendees passing their CISSP exam on the first attemp.  For details, see our Special Events page.


August 12, 2008 - NAISG announces multiple, new chapters
NAISG has worked vigorously over the past few months to launch new chapters. As a result of this effort, NAISG is pleased to announce the addition of 13 new chapters. For a complete list of chapters, see our home page at http://www.naisg.org.


May 12, 2008 - NAISG announces Seattle chapter kickoff meeting
NAISG today announced the kickoff meeting for the Seattle, WA chapter. The group will be led by Tab Pierce of Security Innovation. The kickoff meeting on May 22, 2008 will include two presentations: "The Enterprise Mandate: Security as a Strategic & Innovative Business Enabler" and "They’re Hacking Our Clients; Why Are We Focusing Only on the Servers?"  For details, see http://seattle.naisg.org/.


May 8, 2008 - NAISG announces Connecticut River Valley chapter
NAISG today announced its Connecticut River Valley chapter, serving the areas of Hartford and Enfield, Connecticut; as well as Springfield, MA. The group will be led by Bob Johnston.  For details, see http://crv.naisg.org/.


May 1, 2008 - Boston chapter completes Securanoia 2008 - CISSP Training Group
NAISG completed its second, ten-week, training session geared towards preparing attendees to take the CISSP examination.
The group raised $5,700, all of which was donated to the Premananda Orphanage Centre.  For details, see our Special Events page.


April 24, 2008 - NAISG launches Washington, DC chapter
NAISG today held the kickoff meeting of its Washington, DC chapter, managed by Dennis Small. The keynote presentation was "Employee Surveillance and Monitoring," given by Brad Dinerman of NAISG.  For details, see http://dc.naisg.org/.


April 13, 2008 - NAISG raises more than $15,000 for local fire relief
A fire ravaged the home of a longtime NAISG member in Framingham, MA, destroying all of his physical possessions as well as those of others in his building. To help him get back on his feet, NAISG established the SFK Fire Relief Fund, and raised $15,000 in cash and furniture donations in just three days!


November 12, 2007 - NAISG opens New York City chapter
NAISG today announced its New York City chapter, to be managed by Antonio Costa. Monthly meetings will be held in Manhattan beginning in January of 2008.  For details, see http://nyc.naisg.org/.


June 21, 2007 - New England chapter organizes "Securanoia 2007: The Race For Security"
The New England chapter combined its June meeting with the annual charity fundraiser for a totally different kind of event. The evening included a presentation by Mike Rothman, the well-known author of The Pragmatic CSO and The Daily Incite, followed by high-velocity go-kart racing for all in attendance. Members strapped on their helmets and suited up for some serious track time. The event raised more than $7,000, with all net proceeds donated to the Caitlin Raymond International Registry.
For more details, as well as photos, see our Special Events page.


January 22, 2007 - New England Information Security Group goes national
The New England Information Security Group (NEISG) is pleased to announce its new focus and operating name, National Information Security Group (NAISG). The restructured, chapter-based organization (http://www.naisg.org) will unite, promote and establish security groups around the United States under one brand. NAISG’s mission is to help security professionals and enthusiasts improve their security knowledge through meetings, online forums, list servers and seminars.  Membership will continue to be free. Read more >>>