ISACA Ireland Annual Conference

The 2017 conference theme is “Built on Basics, Running on Trust - Practical Assurance in a Connected World”

Date: October 20th, 2017

Venue: Croke Park Conference Centre, Jones Road, Dublin 3

Registration: Book your tickets here

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ISACA Ireland Chapter Conference 2017 is designed to provide information systems professionals with a pragmatic approach to industry relevant concepts, tools and best practices. The theme for this one-day conference is “Built on Basics, Running on Trust - Practical Assurance in a Connected World”. The conference will have streams running simultaneously throughout the day with sessions addressing Information Security, Audit, Control, Data Privacy, Governance, Risk & Compliance.

The sessions will offer real-world cases, examples of actual tools and working papers used, including mapping to ISACA frameworks, successes and failures, and insight on emerging issues. Interactive audience participation by including small group discussions, exercises and other activities to promote dialogue will be encouraged by participants. Sessions will provide additional resources such as documents related to the topic, bibliographies, white papers, relevant articles, tools, guides, sample audit programs and other information that extends the learning beyond the session and adds value for attendees.

Ticket Prices: ISACA Member early bird tickets eur 50 Full ticket prices on our Eventbrite pages

Refund policy: Tickets cancelled more than 7 days prior to the event are eligible for refund. Tickets cancelled after October 12th 2017 will not be eligible for a refund.

Key Note Speakers

  • Dr Dennis Jennings
  • Mr. Malcolm Harkins: Chief Security and Trust Officer at Cylance Inc. and former VP & Chief Security & Privacy Officer, Intel Corporation

Speaker Roster

  • Strategies for deriving maximum benefit from audit - Alan Boardman, UK
  • How to audit automated transactions - Titch Zororo, South Africa
  • Rising impact of drones on your future audits - Barry Lewis, Canada
  • Emerging Mobile Payment Technology cybersecurity, disruption and emerging risk developments: new models for the payment industry - Kaya Kazmirci, Turkey
  • Dark Data - Louise O’Brien, Ireland
  • Addressing the challenge of practical assurance in today’s mobile and cloud environments. - Paul Hogan & Liz O’Neill, Ireland
  • Understanding the real risks in the cloud GDPR - James Kwann, Scotland
  • The UK has left the building: What should we do & why should we care? -
M Gorge, Ireland
  • Doing ‘Rights’ versus doing ‘Right’ - V Lyons, Ireland
  • GDPR - Denis Kelleher, Ireland
  • DSAR - Gavin D'Alton, Ireland
  • Dance Band on The Titanic: The data loss iceberg principle - Richard Hollis, UK
  • Understanding the deep and dark web - Claudio Cilli, Italy
  • Certification authorities/digital certificates – Crown Jewel targets - Martin Davies, Ireland
  • Anatomy of an attack - Owen Pendlebury, Ireland
  • The path to Self Securing Software - Gary Robinson & Yan Huang, N Ireland
  • Social Media misuse by employees - Aisling Byrne & M King, N Ireland