Welcome to ISACA London Chapter
As an independent, non-profit, global association, ISACA engages in the development, adoption and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems. Previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on the 25th May, 2018. In addition to the personal data you provide to ISACA International, ISACA London Chapter (ILC) also collects and processes certain personal data. The purpose of the ILC Privacy Notice is to inform everyone who provides their personal data to us:
What personal data we collect and why.
The legal basis for processing personal data.
How personal data is secured.
How transfers to non-EU service providers are handled.
How long we will retain personal data for.
Your rights as a data subject.
Learn more about London Chapter's commitment to the GDPR here.
2019-20 ISACA-London Board Directors & Apprentices Nominations
Dear London-Chapter Member
The ISACA London Chapter and Nominating Committee are seeking volunteers interested in serving in leadership roles (board members) and other volunteer positions for the Chapter during the May 2019- May 2020 term.
Apprentices to Board Members: For those not yet ready to take on full board positions, there are now Apprentice roles working to corresponding Portfolio Directors, the Treasurer and the Company Secretary. This not only provides support for the corresponding board member, but also offers experience relevant to succession to that higher role.
The tenure of the current Board officers and appointed positions will end at the AGM in May 2019. A new slate of recommended Board positions will be presented to the Chapter members at least two weeks before the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and the elections will occur at the AGM in May 2019.
Each year, open nominations are held to present a slate of Board Officers and Appointed Positions for the upcoming year. A nominee must be a Chapter member in good standing and have the skills, time and resources necessary to perform the duties of their nominated position.
For May 2019/May 2020 there are vacancies listed below and job descriptions for the five areas are attached to assist your review of the roles and responsibilities for the Director/Apprentice positions. The current Board members are available to assist anyone interested in the vacant positions and their contact information is available from the Chapter’s website. Vacant positions are:
If you are interested in serving, wish to nominate someone, in any of the vacant positions above or have any questions about serving, contact any Board Member or reply directly to email@example.com, to which completed nominations forms should also be sent.
Nominations will close on 28th February 2019, so please respond now.
The Chapter Nominations Committee Members are:
The Nominations Pack, containing the Nominations Form, Nominations Process, Job Descriptions, and Nominations Committee Terms of Reference can be found on the ISACA-London site here.
ISACA's SheLeadsTech program
ISACA's SheLeadsTech program is an important initiative that seeks to increase the representation of women in technology leadership roles and the tech workforce. Read more about the initiative, upcoming events and Webinars here.
Our Vision and focus for 2017-2019
Our Chapter Vision is
Supporting London in being the global leader across the digital economy by promoting professional education and growth in Governance, Privacy, Risk, Information & Cyber Security and Assurance.”
Our Chapter mission, endorsed by the London Chapter Board is to provide value to its members by focusing on:
Promoting Chapter benefits with a focus on educating and helping expand the knowledge and skills of members in the inter-related fields of auditing, quality assurance, security, cyber and IT Governance;
Encouraging a free exchange of IT Governance, Quality Assurance, and Information Security techniques, approaches and problem solving by members;
Continually improving communications to keep members abreast of current events in the IT Governance, quality assurance, and security fields that can benefit them and their employers.