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Welcome to the ISACA Puget Sound 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 Puget Sound region.

We look forward to seeing you at the meetings.

Don McGillivray,
Puget Sound Chapter President

president@isaca-psc.org

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

2015 Spring Seminar March 23 & 24
Accountability: The Cornerstone of Governance

*Spots are Filling out Fast, Please Register Asap* 



For more information please download the Flyers
1. 2015 Spring seminar flyer

2. Registration: Registration Link

3. 2015 Spring Seminar Agenda (PDF, updated 2/11/15)

 


March Luncheon 3/17/15: IT Resiliency -  How to Design and Leverage for Competitive Advantage

 

Registration link (Eventbrite)

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)
Columbia Tower Club
Bank of America Tower
701 5th Ave, 75th Floor
Seattle, WA 98104


Clay Jackson presents on IT Resiliency - How to design and Leverage for Competitive Advantage.

The current economic climate consists of a highly competitive, 24/7 world of customer demand which affects delivery and global supply chains. If your organization cannot deliver to its customers, the customers can easily find new vendors. This dependence on technology has increased the business risks related to even minimal service interruptions. In this session, attendees will learn the basic framework to quantify operational risk, evaluate resiliency scenarios, identify the best solutions, and justify the investment needed.

Clay Jackson has been in the IT field since 1972; has a Masters in Software Engineering from Seattle University and is a CISM.  Prior to joining Dell Software in 2012, he was a Database Administrator and DBA Manager for Starbucks, Washington Mutual and Darigold.    At Washington Mutual, he was the Bank Officer responsible for Enterprise Database Disaster Planning and Recovery, a member of the Bank’s Business Continuity Team and  worked through two bank-wide “recovery events” and several smaller incidents.  In addition, Clay worked as a volunteer in Disaster Preparedness and Recovery for the City of Sammamish and Eastside Fire and Rescue in Washington State, and participated in State and FEMA sponsored Disaster Recovery exercises.

 

 

May Luncheon 5/19/15: Migrating Critical Applications to Private and Public Clouds

 

Registration link (Eventbrite)

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)
Columbia Tower Club
Bank of America Tower
701 5th Ave, 75th Floor
Seattle, WA 98104

Norm Barber discuss Migrating Critical Applications to Private and Public Clouds Quickly and in Compliance.

A detailed approach and case study on how to develop Security and Identity & Access Management (S/IAM) controls for cloud environments and then how to evaluate, migrate and continuously monitor line of business applications for compliance against these controls through the use of scanning and automated remediation technology.

Norm Barber is Managing Director at UnifyCloud, a cloud Security / Identity consultancy. Norm has held positions as Principal Program Manager with Microsoft’s Identity and Security / Azure Division; as Microsoft’s Strategic Security Advisor for the Financial Services Industry, and a Partner and Global Services Director – Security & Privacy Solutions for Andersen Worldwide.