REN-ISAC: Celebrating 20 years of Advancing Higher Ed Info Security

with Jennifer Pacenza of REN-ISAC

Wednesday, Oct 4
Noon ET
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This year the Research & Education Networks Information Sharing & Analysis Center (REN-ISAC) celebrates its 20th year of being higher education’s go-to cyber-threat information sharing alliance. As a member-based organization, the REN-ISAC works in service to and in coordination with over 700 institutions and 3,000 member representatives to improve the security standing of the global research and education sector.

REN-ISAC’s mission from day one has been to make threat intelligence, mitigation options, and vulnerability alerts widely accessible to the information security professionals we serve. We provide timely and actionable information that our members need to better protect their organizations. In this presentation, we want to honor REN-ISAC’s 20th anniversary by celebrating the positive impact that our unique organization has on the community we serve, our home institution of Indiana University, and the larger higher education sector nationally and globally.


Jennifer Pacenza
Jennifer joined the REN-ISAC in December 2018. Her day-to-day responsibilities include creating REN-ISAC marketing and communications materials, managing website content, and improving REN-ISAC’s overall communication strategy. With her diverse background of literary, teaching, and marketing skills, she brings to the team a creative energy and an eye for detail that has helped produce useful content like the Daily Watch, white papers, and workshop reports. When not developing and producing information products for REN-ISAC, you may find Jennifer roller skating or painting gaming miniatures.

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This recording is open to the public, as well as designated representatives of REN-ISAC member institutions. Information is classified TLP:CLEAR.