Cloud Security Meetup Groups

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We're known for our thought-provoking beer and delicious content!

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Security Enthusiasts
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With the rapid growth of AWS (infrastructure web services platform in the cloud) among individual developers, start-ups, and companies across the U.S. and abroad, developers PLEASE JOIN a growing, dynamic community, and interact with other developers­

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People interested in Cloudins
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Welcome to the D.C Cyber Security Professionals Meetup group. This is where network security professionals with varying levels of knowledge get together to discuss topics on Information Security (InfoSec), Penetration Testing (Hacking), IPv6, and the

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Cyber Warriors
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We're a bunch of hackers, pirates, ninjas, thinkers, tinkerers, inventors, engineers, explorers, and makers. We're known for our thought-provoking beer and delicious content. We love security. Come at your risk.

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Enthusiasts
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The Israel chapter of Amazon Web Services User Group. The group dedicated to cloud services provided by Amazon.

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This is an all-developer group dedicated to sharing, evangelizing and promoting the next big wave in technology: REST, Cloud, Integrations, Mashups & SaaS etc. We focus on issues with APIs such as security, management, integration etc. Also we discus

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API Aficionados
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Join us as we learn together about how to use the cloud to make our apps faster, stronger, more scalable and more powerful. All cloud technologies are welcome and meeting topics will vary each month. For the latest news about upcoming events and clou

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Cloudites
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The Kansas City Big Data Group seeks to learn by sharing the projects and ideas associated with what McKinsey Global Institute calls Big Data. Big Data analysis will be the productivity engine that fuels the future. Gather it, mine it, compare it, fo

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Big Data Heads
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This group is for everyone who loves tinkering with technology, hacking at the code level, if you are into information security. If you are interested in knowing what, why and how to fix: SQL injection, XSS attacks, Stack Overflows, Buffer Overflows,­

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Security Researchers
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NY Information Security Meetup (NYIS) is about getting the latest information on enterprise security trends in CyberSecurity, Mobile computing, Networks, Endpoint, Governance and Compliance. The meetings will consist of a featured speakers, emerging

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August 31, 2014
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This is a meet-up for people looking to develop their career as an Information Security Professional and a place for those seeking to hire said professionals to network and interface together. At this gathering, these things will happen: •  You will

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SuperHackers
August 27, 2014

We are a group of like minded professionals wanting to know more about cloud security and best practices. There is a cyber attack happening every minute somewhere. Companies are losing sensitive data to criminals and incurring hefty fines. Our common

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Cloud Security Professionals
August 27, 2014

“GES–ISSA Conference 2014” is an annual must attend Information Security Conference which features in the calendars of security researchers, hackers and professionals around the world. This dynamic conference is organized by Information Systems Secur

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Delegates
August 22, 2014
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Focused on promoting the use of open source network monitoring.

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Bros
August 21, 2014

A group dedicated to discussion and understanding of Cisco Meraki products.

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Meraki's
August 20, 2014

We talk about cyber security awareness, mess around with penetration testing tools, talk about social engineering, have ethical hacking competitions. Very informal, everyone who is interested/passionate in cyber security is welcome. Please feel free

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pen testers, white-hat hackers
August 18, 2014

A vendor neutral user group designed to be a forum for discussing the best practices for both technology and business usage of Identity and Access Management frameworks.

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IAM Professionals
August 16, 2014

Cyber crimes can happen to anyone and one even don’t have to be on the Internet to be a victim! Local police may not be able to handle all the cases in future effectively, since it's is increasing rapidly and has become quite sophisticated over time.

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iCAN
August 13, 2014

Founded and organized by AWS employees, we'll explore all aspects of working with AWS. Learn about new services and features, hear from AWS customers who are using our services in new and exciting ways, learn how to partner with AWS and enjoy the com

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Members
August 6, 2014

A forum for discussing the best practices for both technology and business usage of Identity and Access Management frameworks. This group is user-driven, vendor/partner-supported.

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IAMers
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