MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Harris Institute for Assured Information at Florida Tech and the Space Coast Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association
(ISSA) present a free monthly lecture series on security trends and topics. The series is open to the public.
The first lecture is “Security Certifications: Which Ones to Have and How to Keep Them.” It’s scheduled for May 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Olin College of
Science Building second floor conference room. The speaker will be Ronda Henning, senior scientist at Harris Corp.
This presentation will cover the landscape of security certifications and qualifications. Considering the large variety of certifications in the
marketplace security professionals often question which ones are career enhancing. Obtaining certification, maintaining currency and continuing education
critieria are important issues.
Henning is responsible for information assurance technology at Harris Corp. With Harris for 20 years, she is a Certified Information System Security
Professional and a Certified Information Security Manager. Henning holds additional specialized certifications in security architectures, process
improvement, security assessment and governance.
A chapter organizational meeting will proceed this presentation, including officer elections.
The Harris Institute for Assured Information at Florida Tech provides a forum for local security practitioners to share technical information and