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The Texas Department of Information Resources Office of the Chief Information Security Officer held its 24th annual Information Security Forum on March 29-30, 2023 (Wednesday - Thursday) at the Palmer Events Center in Austin, Texas.

A two-day event featuring multiple educational tracks and breakout sessions, the ISF is open to all levels of Texas government and is a free event for attendees.

Presentations from this year's event:

Third Party Risk and Data Privacy Agreements (PDF 3.89 MB)

Building a Cyber-Resilient Workforce (PDF 1.77 MB)

DIR CIRT Royal Ransomware Tabletop Exercise (PDF 1.5 MB)

GPS PAS Cyber Workforce Placemat (PDF 672.54 KB)

Driving Trust and Improved Customer Experience with Digital Programs (PDF 4.3 MB)

Open-Source Threat Intelligence (PDF 965.47 MB)

Risk-Based Cybersecurity (PDF 540.85 KB)

RSOC ISF Briefing (PDF 1 MB)

Using Metrics to Drive Improvement (PDF 1.83 MB)

Zero Trust through Isolation (PDF 3.07 MB)

Social Engineering Dilemma (PDF 3.26 MB)

Social Engineering - Hybrid Attacks and Novel Techniques (PDF 3.17 MB)

Automated Approach to Leveraging Threat Intel (PDF 4.62 MB)

Data Governance - Snowflake and SailPoint (PPTX 6.3 MB)

Accelerating Security Response through Automation (PDF 8.01 MB)

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