Tuesday, Nov 28, 2017, 5:30 - 9:00 PM
515 US Highway Route 1 South, Iselin, NJ 08830
Please join us to network with fellow IT audit, governance, security, risk management, and assurance professionals. Our keynote speaker will be Rob Clyde, ISACA Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Clyde Consulting LLC. Mr. Clyde will discuss “Cyber Future: Security and Privacy Doomed?” New technology arrives at a breathtaking pace that amazes us – yet also scares us. At the same time, attackers are becoming more innovative and not only stealing and selling information, but also holding data and systems for ransom. Security becomes more challenging and privacy may be doomed. Security, risk, and assurance professionals struggle to keep up and have to fight the natural instinct to just say “no” to new things.
For further information and to register to attend this event, click HERE. Please note for this event payment is due at registration. Due to the volume of attendees expected, no payments will be accepted at the event.
How to Audit Waterfall and Agile Development Methodologies
Tuesday, Jan 30, 2018 - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Hilton Garden Inn
50 Raritan Center Parkway, Edison, NJ 08837
This seminar will provide you with an understanding of Waterfall and Agile development methodologies. The seminar will address the following topics:
For further information and to register to attend this event, click HERE.
- Performing an assessment of the development methodology.
- Conducting the pre-implementation audit.
- Conducting the post-implementation audit.
- Case studies.
Strategy for Computer-Based Exams
On March 7, 2016, Jay Ranade held a webinar designed to inform and assist those who will be sitting for the ISACA certification exams. Here is the link for the webinar recording. Please feel free to share the link with others who may be interested.
NJ Chapter Receives
K. Wayne Snipes Award
for Best Very Large Chapter Worldwide
Our chapter is the recipient of the 2016 K. Wayne Snipes Chapter Recognition Award for Best Very Large Chapter in the world! Established in 1989, the award provides recognition to the chapters that meet or exceed service goals by actively supporting local membership, and thus ISACA.
Criteria assessment is based on chapter information submitted to ISACA International Headquarters. In 2016, chapter performance was assessed on many items, including:
- Compliance with ISACA International Headquarters requirements.
- Chapter membership growth.
- Educational events put on by the chapter.
- Attendance at chapter meetings/educational events.
- Involvement on association committees or with association activities.
- Involvement with other professional organizations.
- Member service projects.