[EN] SEPTEMBER 2016 and my public speaking and presence

Holiday moths are over. It wasn’t strictly holiday for me. In July and August I delivered few trainings in United Kingdom (in almost every week of those two months), attended for two or three small events and speak on two community events:

public-speaking_thumb3_thumb_thumb_tConferences:

  • SharePoint Saturday London|London, England|9th July {SITE} | one session: AD 2016. 2AM A Disaster just began…
  • SQL Grillen|Lingen, Emsland, Germany|19th August {SITE} | one session: 2AM A Disaster just began… UNPLUGGED

Both events were amazing. But now need to focus on September, which looks like most busiest month this year.

 

Attendee:

To hear someone, to see someone, to meet someone, to be inspired. My plans are a little flexible (even my calendar is not):

Conferences:

  • CloudSEC 2016|London, England|06th Sep {SITE}
  • SharePoint Saturday Warsaw |Warsaw, Poland|17th Sep {SITE}
  • MCT Zero Day Atlanta|Atlanta, USA|24th Sep {SITE}

 

Speaker:

Speaking is most important part of all my events. As many of us – The Speakers – we love it. So, of course I will have some chance to increasing my speakers skills here:

Conferences:

  • Technology Risk Management Forum|Wroclaw, Poland|07-08th Sep {SITE} | security roundtable: How to measure what we should really protect in the company – a matter of prioritizing actions
  • Microsoft IGNITE|Atlanta, USA|26th-30th Sep {SITE} | breakout session: Secure your data at rest – on demand, now!

 

Trainer:

I have two confirmed training in September:

Trainings:

  • ISO 27001 Fundamentals |London, England|2nd Sep
  • SQL Server Administration Fundamentals|Manchester, England|12th-14th Sep

 

Special Events:

Two special events will held in Poland:

  • Microsoft Influencers Summit | Saturday, September 10th | Warsaw, Poland
  • 10th Anniversary of ISSA Poland | Friday, September 16th | Warsaw, Poland

And more special events will happen around MCT Zero Day and Microsoft Ignite Conference in Atlanta. Majority of them will be mingling, talking, tasting new food and new beers

  • Azure Networking Reception  | Tuesday, September 27th
  • MetaFest by Metalogics | Wednesday, September 28th
  • Pleasant Evening by Wizdom | Wednesday September 28th
  • The Krewe Meet N Greet 2016 | Sunday, September 25th
  • more events on the way

As You can see, a lot of places and dates where  you can meet me. Hope you will find a moment to say Hi!

 

Post Scriptum:

Missed events:

Unfortunately based on extremely busy scedule for September (only five days at home through all month) I had no choice and must decline attendance for two fantastic events at this month::

  • SharePoint & SQL Saturday in Cambridge |Cambridge, England|10th Sep | {LINK}
  • SQL Saturday No 534 FIRST IN POLAND!!! |Cracow, Lesser Poland|01st Oct | {LINK}

I’m sorry my friends, but It’s not possible to be in same time in two different places yet…

[EN] June 2015 and my public speaking and presence (updated)

Updated {just few hours after publishing first version}

Second quarter of 2015 looks really busy, even with less number of travels. I’ve few confirmed sessions at conferences and user groups, and some plan for attending only. I will miss few events and unfortunetelly reject some of them. I previously blogged in quartely frequency (so two posts before 1Q Presence and 2Q Presence), but I see that even updates for existing blog post is not enough. So I switch for monthly frequency. here are my public speaking and presence for June 2015. Hope You will be able to meet me somewhere and say hello. June is very, very busy. Even at the beginning I had nothing scheduled in my calendar (almost).

Attendee:

To hear someone, to see someone, to meet someone, to be inspired. My plans are very flexible (even my calendar is not):

Conferences:

  • Info Security|London,England|02-03 June {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}
  • RSA Unplugged|London,England|04 June {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}
  • The AWS Awesome Day Workshop|Warsaw, Poland|16th June {SITE|TWITTER}
  • DELL Software End User Event|Warsaw, Poland|17th June {SITE}
  • II Konferencja | Zabezpieczenie danych osobowych|Warsaw, Poland|24th June {SITE}

Speaker:

Speaking is most important part of all my events. As many of us – The Speakers – we love it. So of course I will have some chance to increasing my speakers skills here:

The Annual (and non-frequently) General Meeting of Members:

  • Polish SQL Server User Group |Katowice/Warsaw, Poland|16th May {SITE}
  • Information Systems Security Association |Warsaw, Poland|22nd May {SITE}
  • Polish Information Processing Society |Wroclaw, Poland|23rd May {SITE}

Conferences

  • SQL Saturday #409 | Rheinland|Sankt Augustin,Germany|13th June {SITE|TWITTER}|session: Maintenance Plans Ad Hoc
  • SPBiz Conference|Virtual Event, Worldwide|18th June {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}|session: 2AM A Disaster Just Began
  • SQL Saturday #419 | Bratislava|Bratislava, Slovakia|20th June {SITE|TWITTER}|session: Azure SQL Database: Tips and Tricks for Beginners
  • ISSA InfoTRAMS | Protecting identity in globally connected world|Warsaw, Poland|22nd June {SITE}| session: Trust. The Primer.

 

Rejected events:

Time is not flexible. My outlook calendar is but with limited level only. So based on many reasons (fortunatelly all are connected with business, not private things) I had to reject my attending or speaking at some events:

  • East Midlands PASS Chapter|Leicester,England|17th June {SITE|TWITTER}|
  • Big Data Analytics|London, England|16th June {SITE|TWITTER}
  • Identity Management|London, England|17th June {SITE|TWITTER}

 

Anyway. if You will be somewhere arround my events, just ping me, tweet me or join for the event!

[PL] SeMaFoR 2013 już za kilka dni

Już za kilka dni (w chwili pisania tego posta czasoumilacz na stronie pokazuje 4dni 22 odziny 52 minuty) w Warszawie odbędzie się kolejna edycja dobrze znanej imprezy, jaką jest: VI Konferencja SEMAFOR: Security – Management – Audit Forum.

Konferencja ta organizowana przez ISSA Polska, ISACA Warsaw Chapter oraz Computerworld przy udziale partnerów i członków ISSA International, od zawsze przyciągała spore grono praktyków zorientowanych na bezpieczeństwo. Spisując się (od 2007 roku) na stałe w kalendarz imprez społeczności IT i bezpieczeństwa informacji.

Jak podają organizatorzy w tym roku można tematyka SEMAFOR 2013 koncentruje się na 3 głównych blokach tematycznych:

  • Nadzór i zarządzanie IT (IT Governance) – działania IT dla realizacji strategii organizacji, audyt IT, standardy zarządzania i nadzoru IT (m.in. najnowsza edycja COBIT).
  • Bezpieczeństwo Informacji – aspekty techniczne i organizacyjne ochrony informacji IT, najnowsze wyzwania i trendy w bezpieczeństwie informacji.
  • Ochrona cyberprzestrzeni – wyzwania związane z bezpieczeństwem narodowym, bezpieczeństwem infrastruktury krytycznej i administracji publicznej.

Zaś wśród zaproszonych prelegentów jest całkiem spora grupa ekspertów zagranicznych:

  • Mehis Hakkaja – CEO Estonian Civil Defense League,
  • Eoin Keary – CTO, założyciel BCC Risk Advisory Ltd, wiceprezes OWASP,
  • John Mitchell, ISACA London Chapter – międzynarodowy autorytet w zakresie ładu korporacyjnego, zarządzania ryzykiem, cyberprzestępczości,
  • Derek J. Oliver – CEO Ravenswood Consultants Ltd, współprzewodniczący COBIT 5 Task Force, były członek komitetu ramowego ISACA,
  • John Walker – członek zarządu ISSA International, profesor na Nottingham Trent University, CTO w doradczej firmie SBLTD,
  • Ira Winkler – prezes ISSA, autor wielu branżowych książek, w tym m.in.: "Spies Among Us".

oraz oczywiście pracujących i pochodzących z Polski:

  • Wojciech Rafał Wiewiórowski – Generalny Inspektor Ochrony Danych Osobowych,
  • Grzegorz Bartler — Polkomtel dyrektor Departamentu Business Intelligence
  • Jerzy Bielec — PZU SA dyrektor ds. informatyki
  • Krzysztof Bińkowski — Net Computer, ISSA Polska trener i konsultant
  • Michał Ceklarz — Sourcefire Regional Manager Eastern Europe   
  • Janusz Cendrowski — Asseco Poland dyrektor Działu Projektów Specjalnych
  • Adam Danieluk — ISSA Polska prezes
  • Zbigniew Dawydzik — ISSA Polska przewodniczący Komisji Rewizyjnej
  • Paweł Dobrychłop — Polkomtel kierownik Działu Bezpieczeństwa Teleinformatycznego
  • Patryk Gęborys — PwC, ISSA Polska, Cloud Security Alliance Polska menedżer Zespole Bezpieczeństwa Biznesu
  • Piotr Konieczny — Niebezpiecznik.pl założyciel
  • Robert Pławiak — ISSA Polska

To oczywiście nie wszyscy prelegenci, bowiem na dwa dni zaplanowano ponad czterdzieści sesji oraz integracyjną imprezę firmową. Miejsca jeszcze są (choć ceny promocyjne się skończyły) ale wszystkich praktyków serdecznie zapraszam.

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