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Local chapter events are key to creating a community of like-minded professionals and sharing knowledge with your peers. Throughout the year, this chapter hosts regular monthly chapter dinner meetings, an annual conference in the spring and other training opportunities and social events throughout the year.

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Upcoming Events

 ISACA Full Day Event (8 CPEs) – Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Presented by IIA/ISACA Charlotte Chapters

Location:  Hilton Charlotte Executive Park

5624 Westpark Drive

Charlotte, NC  28217


Date: Tuesday, 10/15/2019

Location: Hilton Charlotte Executive Park, 5624 Westpark Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28217

Time(s): 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Registration Link:

Program description: Join the IIA and ISACA Charlotte Chapters to discuss current topics in technology and internal audit. Topics include Disruptive Technologies, Cybersecurity, Automation and How to Perform an Integrated Audit.


1.  New and Emerging Cyber Threats – Applied Data Science (Jason Smith from Internetwork Engineering – 60 minutes)

Learning Objectives:

Current cyber threat trends: learn about the increasing and decreasing threat trends and the impact on organizations

The decreasing cost of targeted cyber-attacks and sophistication

Using analytics and modeling to improve attack outcomes

Case Study: The Accidental Perfect Storm – when threat actors and malicious operatives unintentionally collaborate

2.       Automation & Data 2.0 (Jason Nark and Angela Mahan from Bank of America -60 minutes)

Learning Objectives:

Understand integrated business process testing with data quality and analytics techniques

Discuss a shift from cycle driven work to continuous testing, and tools to drive efficiencies

Explore developments over the past years including lessons learned

Discuss overall operating model for building continuous tests to drive quicker development cycles and reduced costs

3.       How to Perform an Integrated Audit (Mitch Levine from Audit Serve - 4 hours)

Learning Objectives:

Understanding Business Process Rules

Mapping Business Rules to Controls

Conducting Business Process Walkthroughs

Data Input Controls

Data Extracts

IT Controls to be validated as part of the Integrated Audit

4.       Auditing Cyber Defense Technologies (Stephen Head from Experis Finance – 60 minutes)

Learning Objectives:

Obtain an understanding of this new generation of cyber defense tools and how they work, so attendees can immediately get up-to speed on how these tools are changing the security landscape within their organization.

Learn key success factors for deploying these tools that if ignored may lead to openings that can be exploited by attackers.

Receive practical tips for auditing these new tools based on personal experience in auditing these technologies.

5.       Identifying the Risks Associated with Disruptive Technologies (Eric Lovell from PwC – 60 minutes)

Learning Objectives:

Understand and apply key concepts such as the Technology Adoption Curve and the Innovation Lifecycle and how they influence the risks associated with emerging technologies

Understand and be able to leverage a model to identify emerging technology risks specific to their organizations

Understand how the risk associated with emerging technology change over time.

Instructional delivery method: Group Live

Field of Study: Various

CPE credit(s): 8 hour(s)

Advanced preparation: None required

Program level: Beginner to Intermediate

Cost: $150 for members / $240 for non-members

The IIA's Charlotte Chapter is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education (CPE) on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors – Sponsor #108750. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website at:

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 Complimentary Admission to the Cyber Security Summit

 ISACA members get a discounted rate of $95 with code ISACA19VIP.

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