GRC Presentations and Descriptions 

 
 

Track 1—Cyber & Digital Disruption

CS 1-1–Continuous Security Validation

Monday, 12 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Berk Algan, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CIPP
Senior Director, Global Services Governance
Silicon Valley Bank


CS 2-1–Protecting the Mission Critical Digital Assets, “The Crown Jewels”

Monday, 12 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

Eduardo Delgado, CEH, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CRISC, PMP
Associate Vice President, ORM Cybersecurity
TD Bank


CS 3-1–Bridging Communication Between Internal Audit and Cybersecurity

Monday, 12 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

Sergio Abraham
Innovation Lead
Onapsis, Incorporated

Larry Harrington, CIA, QIAL, CRMA, CPA
Former CAE, Raytheon
Past Chairman, IIA Global Board of Directors


CS 4-1–The Five “P”s of Breach Response

Monday, 12 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

Ben Smith, CRISC, CISSP, CIPT
Field CTO (US)
RSA


CS 5-1–Social Media and Its Cyber Threats

Monday, 12 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Robert Findlay
Global Head, IT Audit
Glanbia


CS 6-1–Winter is HERE! Cybersecurity Lessons from the Game of Thrones

Tuesday, 13 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Pam Nigro, CRMA, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC
Senior Director, Information Security
Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC)


CS 7-1–Cyber Deterrence: Cyber Privateering Using Letters of Marque®

Tuesday, 13 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

John Bommer, CISM
Program Manager/Cybersecurity SME
Air Force Institute of Technology, School of Systems and Logistics


CS 8-1–Deep Dive: Angels or Demons? The Ethical Considerations of Artificial Intelligence (Part 1)

Tuesday, 13 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

Stephen Scott Watson, CIA, CISA, CFIIA
Director, Technology Risk Assurance
AuditOne UK


CS 9-1–Deep Dive: Angels or Demons? The Ethical Considerations of Artificial Intelligence (Part 2)

Tuesday, 13 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

Stephen Scott Watson, CIA, CISA, CFIIA
Director, Technology Risk Assurance
AuditOne UK


CS 10-1–Oh NO! We’ve Been Hacked

Tuesday, 13 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Sean Renshaw
Director, Risk Advisory Services
RSM US LLP

Jamie Burgess, CPA
Partner, Risk Advisory Services
RSM US LLP

Paul Alcock
Information Security Manager
Surgical Information Systems


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Track 2—Technology & Artificial Intelligence

CS 1-2–Blockchain Security Controls: Practice and Audit

Monday, 12 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Sridhar Vedhanabatla, CISM, CIPT
Security Architect
Gainsight


CS 2-2–Digitalizing IT Audit Workforces Through AI

Monday, 12 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

Lauren Berrington
Chief Audit Executive
The Bidvest Group Ltd.

Gustav Silvo
Project Owner of the Bidvest ALICE Project
The Bidvest Group Ltd.


CS 3-2–Leveraging Risk Scoring Models to Drive Business Stakeholder Engagement

Monday, 12 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

Iman Joshua
Chief Data Security Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, Consumer Insurance Division
CVS Health


CS 4-2–Driving Actionable Intelligence Using Advanced Analytics

Monday, 12 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

Arvind Mehta, CISA, C-EH
Vice President, IT Audit and Analytics
EXL Service, Incorporated

Laura A. Lowenhaupt
Vice President, Associate General Auditor
New York Life Insurance Company


CS 5-2–Implementation of Continuous Auditing and Continuous Monitoring Programs

Monday, 12 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Hania Abrous–McCarthy, CIA, CRMA, CPA, CGMA
Managing Director
Gladclif LLC

Susan Stapleton
Vice President, Customer Advisory
Greenlight Technologies


CS 6-2–Deep Dive: Auditing Continuous Monitoring Processes and Validating Sound Security Practices (Part 1)

Tuesday, 13 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Jeff Roth, CISA, CGEIT, CISSP-ISSEP, CCSFP, QSA
Regional Director
NCC Group


CS 7-2–Deep Dive: Auditing Continuous Monitoring Processes and Validating Sound Security Practices (Part 2)

Tuesday, 13 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

Jeff Roth, CISA, CGEIT, CISSP-ISSEP, CCSFP, QSA
Regional Director
NCC Group


CS 8-2–TBD

Tuesday, 13 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

 


CS 9-2–Data Analytics and Compliance Automation

Tuesday, 13 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

Wes Luckock
Manager
Grant Thornton


CS 10-2–Transforming Internal Audit Using New Technology

Tuesday, 13 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Stephen Mills, CIA, CCSA, ACA
Managing Director
Promontory Financial Group, LLC (an IBM Company)


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Track 3—Governance, Risk, Control, & Compliance

CS 1-3–Casual Collison: A Case Study on Collaborative Process Automation

Monday, 12 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Catherine Schlegel
Internal Auditor
Fannie Mae

Alena Jeanmaire, CISA
Lead Auditor
Fannie Mae


CS 2-3–Who is Responsible for the Security of Cloud-based Information Systems?

Monday, 12 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

Sarbari Gupta, PhD, CISSP, CISA
President and CEO
Electrosoft Services, Incorporated


CS 3-3–Deep Dive: The Auditor’s Role in Fraud Risk Management (Part 1)

Monday, 12 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

John Hall, CPA
President and Founder
Hall Consulting, Incorporated


CS 4-3–Deep Dive: The Auditor’s Role in Fraud Risk Management (Part 2)

Monday, 12 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

John Hall, CPA
President and Founder
Hall Consulting, Incorporated


CS 5-3–Vendor Compliance and the Mitigation of Third-Party Risks

Monday, 12 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Jan Anisimowicz, PMP, CISM, CRISC
Director, Audit, Risk, and Compliance
CandF Sp z o.o.


CS 6-3–Compliance Automation: Seamless and Continuous Adoption of CCF by Adobe

Tuesday, 13 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Prasant Vadlamudi, CIA, CISA, CISSP
Director, Technology GRC
Adobe

Rahat Sethi
Manager, Technology GRC
Adobe


CS 7-3–Greater than the Sum of Its Parts: Modern Investigative Tactics

Tuesday, 13 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

Garrett McGinn, CFE
Partner, Research and Development
DigiStream Investigations


CS 8-3–Establishing Business Cases and Measuring ROI for Enterprise GRC Programs

Tuesday, 13 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

Eric Parker, CRMA, CISA
Managing Director
KPMG LLP

Brian Cooper
Senior Vice President, Program Management, and Head, GRC Center of Excellence
Regions Bank


CS 9-3–Prepare for Data Governance Revolution with a Risk-Based Approach

Tuesday, 13 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

Steven Minsky
CEO and Founder
LogicManager


CS 10-3–Received a SOC Report: Now What?

Tuesday, 13 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Jude Viator, CIA, CISA, CRISC
Consulting Associate Director
P&N


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Track 4—Leadership, Career, Communication, Culture, & Ethics

CS 1-4–Deep Dive: Ethics in Internal Audit: Case-based Learning (Part 1)

Monday, 12 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Patricia Miller, CIA, QIAL, CRMA, CPA, CISA
Owner
PKMiller Risk Consulting, LLC


CS 2-4–Deep Dive: Ethics in Internal Audit: Case-based Learning (Part 2)

Monday, 12 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

Patricia Miller, CIA, QIAL, CRMA, CPA, CISA
Owner
PKMiller Risk Consulting, LLC


CS 3-4–Seat at the Table: Engaging Executives in ERM

Monday, 12 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

Karen C. Begelfer, CIA, CRMA, CPA
Vice President, Corporate Audit Services
Sprint Corporation

Vlado Gjorgjioski
Director, Internal Audit and ERM
Sprint


CS 4-4–How Successful Teams Are the “IT” Factor in Success

Monday, 12 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

Shivani York
CEO and Founder
BrandPartnerGroup.com


CS 5-4–Writing for Understanding

Monday, 12 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Wade Cassels, CIA, CRMA, CISA, CFE
Senior Auditor
Nielsen


CS 6-4–Mitigating Human Risk: Creating a Security Culture

Tuesday, 13 August | 10:15AM – 11:15AM

Dr. Tracy Celaya, CISSP
GO Consulting International

Ira Winkler, CISSP
President
Secure Mentem


CS 7-4–Strategies and Insights for Communicating with the Board and Executives

Tuesday, 13 August | 11:30AM – 12:30PM

Tracie Marquardt, CPA
Audit Communication Specialist
Quality Assurance Communication


CS 8-4–Voicing Conviction: Keys to Persuading Decision Makers

Tuesday, 13 August | 1:45PM – 2:45PM

Orlando R. Barone
Faculty Instructor
Temple University


CS 9-4–Advisory/Consulting and Independence: How Can They Coexist?

Tuesday, 13 August | 3:00PM – 4:00PM

Rachel Tressy, CPA
Senior Vice President and Chief Auditor
Voya Financial


CS 10-4–The Art of Change: How Great Leaders Never Settle

Tuesday, 13 August | 4:30PM – 5:30PM

Erika Ray
Managing Director
Protiviti


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Workshops

Workshop 1—COBIT 2019 Bridge Course – 7.5 CPE

Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019 | 8:30AM-5:00PM

Registration Fee: $600

Top-Rated SpeakerMark Thomas, CGEIT, CRISC
President
Escoute Consulting 

Prerequisites
Students must be a current COBIT 5 Foundation certificate holder. The COBIT 5 Foundation certificate must be issued by one of ISACA's accreditation bodies (APMG or PeopleCert).

Intended Audience
Current COBIT 5 Foundation Certificate holders who are interested in understanding the key differences between COBIT 5 and COBIT 2019. Additionally, COBIT 5 Foundations Accredited Trainers interested in COBIT 2019 Foundation COBIT 5 Foundation certificate holders may choose to attend the COBIT Framework course instead of the Foundation course.

Course Description
COBIT is a framework for the governance and management of enterprise Information and Technology that supports enterprise goal achievement. This one-day bridge course highlights the concepts, models and key definitions of the new framework and explains the differences between this recent release of COBIT 2019 with COBIT 5.

Course Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the context, benefits and key reasons COBIT is used as an information and technology governance framework.
  • Compare the key attributes of the updated COBIT framework with COBIT 5.
  • Recognize the target audience of COBIT 2019.
  • Discover the updated COBIT principles for governance system framework.
  • Identify the changes to the COBIT publications scheme.
  • Describe the updated components of a governance system:
    • Governance and management objectives
    • Components of the governance system
    • Focus areas
    • Design factors
  • Compare the updated COBIT goals cascade with COBIT 5.
  • Differentiate COBIT based performance management using maturity and capability perspectives.
  • Discover how to design a tailored governance system using COBIT.
  • Describe the relationships between the COBIT Design and Implementation Guides.
  • Explain the key points of the COBIT business case.
  • Recall the alignment of COBIT with other applicable frameworks, standards and bodies of knowledge.

Workshop 2—Tactics (and Courage) to Appraise Corporate Culture – 7.5 CPE

Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019 | 8:30AM-5:00PM

Registration Fee: $600

Robert B. Kuling, CIA, CRMA
Partner, Risk Advisory
Deloitte & Touche LLP (Canada)

 

 

Jason Minard
Senior Vice President and Manager of Controls, Testing & Regulatory Review
Wells Fargo

Course Description
In response to heightened expectations from stakeholders, the imperative for internal auditors to understand and anticipate cultural risks has never been higher. High-profile breakdowns in numerous industry sectors have prompted organizations to evaluate their view of the “right” culture, social license, and competitive advantage. Internal audit’s objectivity, skills, and enterprisewide perspective are well-positioned to ascertain whether risks arising from culture have been identified and addressed, and whether “hotspots” exist within the organization. This includes assessing all aspects of culture risk management, ranging from employee engagement to investigation protocols.

This session will prompt internal auditors to refine their efforts or develop a starting point for this sensitive, high-impact audit domain. According to research conducted by Deloitte and The IIA, only 28% of internal audit functions have formally evaluated the organization’s culture within the past three years. Numerous cultural elements will be outlined and discussed, including tone, values, motivations, psychological health, organizational bias, cultural artifacts, and social media. Lessons learned from organizational examples are included to stimulate dialogue. Practical approaches for planning and executing high-impact engagements to mitigate reputational and financial damage will be presented.

In this session, participants will:

  • Identify and describe cultural impacts on business performance.
  • Articulate and describe cultural elements and artifacts in their respective organization(s).
  • Incorporate culture risk dimensions into the internal audit plan.
  • Develop strategies (e.g., standalone audits, bolt-on, analytics, agile) and apply various methods, tools, and metrics to appraise culture.
  • Recognize and mitigate bias and management pressures.
  • Apply various techniques to report and engage stakeholders.

Content

  • Presentation format, including content on culture risk frameworks, sources of audit evidence, case studies, root cause analysis, and reporting formats
  • Brainstorming and interactive exercises – group and individual

Workshop Information

Field of Study – Auditing
Knowledge Level – Intermediate to advanced
Advance preparation – None
Delivery Format – On-Site Training (Group-Live)


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Keynotes

Opening Keynote Speaker

Shift Your Brilliance – Leading Amidst Change and Uncertainty

Simon T. Bailey
Breakthrough Strategist

Business change moves at the speed of light. To keep pace, individuals within an organization must raise the bar on their performance and reset their mindset. The leadership skills of yesterday will not carry the day in today’s continually evolving economy.

As the business climate changes in the midst of gender parity, #MeToo, pay equity, diversity, and inclusion, we, too, must change and embrace what Simon T. Bailey calls the “Vuja de Moment.” This is the opposite of déjà vu and is an invitation to disrupt what is comfortable and convenient to embrace what needs to emerge to remain relevant, innovative, and competitive.

Collaborative problem-solving triumphs over traditional top-down directives. Solution-oriented individuals are forward-looking in their thinking. Forward-looking thinking must permeate throughout the corporate culture. You must shift and embrace new methodologies to survive, compete, and thrive through the ever-changing demographic, technological, and regulatory marketplace changes that affect businesses today.

No one is immune to these predictable changes. The traditional winning formulas of yesterday will not hold up to the technological solutions that will continue to automate “traditional” business processes.

Simon T. Bailey will teach you to:

  • Stay relevant and ensure your company stays competitive in the marketplace
  • Guide even the most tenured employees to reposition themselves and revitalize their role
  • Perform a mindset reset to break through the existing paradigm
  • Maintain clarity and confidence during transition and uncertainty
  • Give participants actionable tools to take ownership and develop the vision needed to be a leader for the future

Success magazine calls Simon T. Bailey one of the top 25 people who will help you reach your business and life goals through practical advice and specific tactics. He joins a list that includes Oprah Winfrey, Brene Brown, and Tony Robbins. His expertise focuses on change, leadership, and customer experience. He's worked with over 1,500 organizations in 45 different countries. As an innovator, educator, executive advisor, speaker, and author, he shapes the lives of men and women around the world.

Prior to founding his company, Simon held the role of Sales Director for the world-renowned Disney Institute and worked in the hospitality and tourism industry for 20 years. His strategies drove the acquisition of an Orlando-based healthcare system and catapulted a hospitality company to be ranked #1 in customer service on Expedia.com.

Simon emboldens individuals to impact the world by sharpening natural talents. Outside of his learning and development programs for organizations, Simon's consumer-facing Lynda.com courses powered by Linkedln have been viewed by more than 600,000 people in 100 countries.

When Simon is not working, he spends quality time with his two active teenagers, roots for the Buffalo Bills, and is an avid moviegoer. He believes his most important role is to be a great dad and to volunteer in serving the least, the last, and the lost men in society.


Closing Keynote Speaker

Embracing Disruptive Innovation

Patrick Schwerdtfeger
Business Futurist

Disruptive innovation invalidates existing business models. That’s why it’s become so important for executives around the world. Technology is evolving along an exponential curve. Entire industries are collapsing as new (mostly digital) business models provide better outcomes for fewer dollars. Disruptive innovation generally comes from the edges of industries, not the center. It comes from ‘adjacent markets’ often catching executives by surprise. Patrick dissects the topic and leaves attendees with a series of questions they can use to spot possible threats and also opportunities within their business models.

Patrick Schwerdtfeger is a business futurist specializing in technology trends including artificial intelligence, Fintech, and blockchain. He has lectured at numerous academic institutions including Stanford and Purdue Universities and is a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. Schwerdtfeger is the founder of Trend Mastery Inc. and host of the Strategic Business Insights video blog, with over 25,000 subscribers and 6 million views on YouTube. He has spoken about business trends, technology, and digital marketing at hundreds of conferences around the world, and discussed “Learned Intuition” at TEDx Sacramento. Schwerdtfeger authored the award-winning book “Anarchy, Inc.: Profiting in a Decentralized World with Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain” (2018, Authority Publishing) and other titles including “Keynote Mastery: The Personal Journey of a Professional Speaker”; “Webify Your Business: Internet Marketing Secrets for the Self-Employed”; and “Make Yourself Useful: Marketing in the 21st Century”. Schwerdtfeger has been featured by the popular press including the New York Times, LA Times, Reader’s Digest, CNN Money, NPR, Fortune, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Associated Press, MONEY Magazine, Forbes, and many others.


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