Who are the "InfoSecurity.NYC" Superheroes?
The New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference (NYMJCSC) is a collaborative event cooperatively developed, organized and sponsored by the leading information security industry organizations and chapters.
  InfraGard Members Alliance
InfraGard® is a collaboration between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the InfraGard National Members Alliance (INMA) to protect our National Infrastructure. The InfraGard Program began in 1996 as a collaborative effort between private sector cyber professionals and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

New York Metro Chapter
InfraGard provides its members with unmatched opportunities to promote the physical and cyber security of their organizations through access to a trusted, national network of SME from the public and private sectors, and it provides government stakeholders, across the local, state, and federal levels, with unmatched access to the expertise and experience of critical infrastructure owners and operators.
(Information Systems Audit and Control Association)
ISACA is a world wide association of IS governance professionals. The association currently focuses on assurance, security, and governance and provides globally recognized certifications in assurance (Certified Information Systems Auditor), security (Certified Information Security Manager), risk (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control), and governance (Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT).

Greater Hartford Connecticut Chapter
Our aim is to sponsor local educational seminars and workshops, conduct regular chapter meetings, and help to further promote and elevate the visibility of the IS audit, control and security profession throughout the area.

New Jersey Chapter
Our aim is to be an invaluable resource to NJ ISACA members and to sponsor local educational seminars and workshops, conduct efficient chapter meetings, and help to further promote and elevate the visibility of the IS audit, control, risk and security professions throughout the region.

New York Metro Chapter
Our mission is to serve our membership by providing world-class training, networking opportunities, and guidance while contributing to the profession both locally and internationally.

The membership of the ISACA reflects a multiplicity of backgrounds and skills that make the information systems governance field challenging and dynamic.
(Internet Society)
The Internet Society was founded in 1992 by a number of people involved with the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). From those early days, one of our principal rationales is to provide an organizational home for and financial support for the Internet standards process.

New York Chapter
The Internet Society supports and promotes the development of the Internet as a global technical infrastructure, a resource to enrich people's lives, and a force for good in society. Our work aligns with our goals for the Internet to be open, globally-connected, secure, and trustworthy. We seek collaboration with all who share these goals. Together, we focus on:
- Building and supporting the communities that make the Internet work;
- Advancing the development and application of Internet infrastructure, technologies, and open standards;
- Advocating for policy that is consistent with our view of the Internet
(Information Systems Security Association)
The primary goal of the ISSA is to promote management practices that will ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information resources. The ISSA facilitates interaction and education to create a more successful environment for global information systems security and for the professionals involved. Members include practitioners at all levels of the security field in a broad range of industries such as communications, education, healthcare, manufacturing, financial, and government.

New York Metro Chapter
NYMISSA offers programs for enhancing our members' knowledge, skills and abilities. We provide an environment in which peers can meet to exchange information about business issues, methods, tools and practices in information security. We provide local mentoring of information security students and professionals. We offer expertise to the public in support of the secure and ethical use of information systems.
(High Technology Crime Investigation Association)
The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) is designed to encourage, promote, aid and effect the voluntary interchange of data, information, experience, ideas and knowledge about methods, processes, and techniques relating to investigations and security in advanced technologies among its membership. For more information about the organization in general, please go to www.htcia.org.

New York Metro Chapter
The New York Metro Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association serves the Metro New York/New Jersey area. Our membership is comprised of members across a wide spectrum of the Private, Public, Academic and Law Enforcement sectors.
(International Information System Security Certification Consortium)
(ISC)2® is the largest not-for-profit membership body of certified information security professionals worldwide, with nearly 80,000 members in more than 135 countries. Globally recognized as the Gold Standard, (ISC)2 issues the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) and related concentrations, as well as the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP®), Certified Authorization Professional (CAP®), and Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP®) credentials to qualifying candidates.

New Jersey Chapter
(ISC)2® NJ chapter is primarily comprised of information security professionals and practitioners. Anyone, residing in state of New Jersey and interested in learning more about information security, is welcome to join our chapter.

Philadelphia Chapter
(ISC)2® Philadelphia chapter is primarily comprised of information security professionals and practitioners. Anyone, residing near or in Philadelphia and interested in learning more about information security, is welcome to join our chapter. Contact Bryan Bechard.
  Cloud Security Alliance
The Cloud Security Alliance is a non-profit organization formed to promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within Cloud Computing, and provide education on the uses of Cloud Computing to help secure all other forms of computing.

New York Metro Chapter
The CSA New York Metro chapter name was derived from our representation of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. In order to honor each member state, we plan host events in all three states. Representing such a large area, we tailored our mission statement to work for a diverse audience: "To promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance in reducing and identifying threats within Cloud Computing."
Association of Continuity Professionals
ACP is the preeminent national voice of continuity professionals. We provide continuing professional development, knowledge and career opportunities to members while building public understanding around the world of the importance of continuity planning.

New York Metro Chapter
The NYC Metro Chapter provides monthly current and exciting topics and interactive programs, ensuring collaboration between the Board and the Members and working all together for the success and growth of the Chapter. To provide a forum for learning and growth, advancement, mastery and added value within the related disciplines of Business Continuity and Emergency, Incident, and Crisis Management.
  Secure Diversity
Secure Diversity exists to increase diversity in cybersecurity. The lack of diversity and inclusive environments for individuals who have been historically excluded due to various identities is still an issue. Initially, Secure Diversity is focused on gender diversity at all levels of cybersecurity, as in 2022, women still make up less than 24 percent of cybersecurity roles. The percentage decreases as one moves up the leadership ladder (data on non-binary individuals is very limited).

Secure Diversity aims to solve the three largest obstacles that people, particularly historically excluded genders, face when seeking to get into and level up in the cybersecurity industry:
  • Lack of knowledge about the cybersecurity jobs
  • Financial barriers to training and education
  • Lack of news to cybersecurity roles