ISACA’s EuroCACS Conference to Convene in Dublin in MayConference Tackles Latest in Governance, Audit and Cybersecurity
Audit, risk and governance professionals from around the world will convene in Dublin, Ireland, to examine the transformational role they play in their organizations.
ISACA’s European Computer Audit, Control and Security (EuroCACS) conference, taking place 30 May-1 June 2016, will gather together global experts to discuss solutions and strategies in assurance, risk and security, including how these professionals can advance their careers and impact their enterprises.
ISACA will offer over 50 sessions in five tracks for the EuroCACS Conference:
- IS Audit & Assurance
- Governance, Risk & Compliance
- Data Governance
- Industry Trends & Insights
Session topics include governance innovation and compliance, auditing’s impact on cybersecurity, shadow IT, big data, encryption, payment data security, emerging technologies, best practices in auditing, and career development. Sessions focused on Connecting Women Leaders in Technology also will be offered.
“This is a time of dynamic change in our professions. Our roles have evolved and are absolutely critical in helping organizations ensure world-class business performance,” said Christos Dimitriadis, Ph.D., CISA, CISM, CRISC, chairman of ISACA’s board of directors and group director of information security at INTRALOT. “EuroCACS offers critical guidance and sound practices to equip assurance, governance, risk and security professionals with the knowledge they need to advance their organizations and themselves.”
EuroCACS attendees will hear from the following renowned keynote speakers who will share their expertise in innovation and technology trends:
- David Rowan, editor-in-chief of WIRED UK and authority on innovation, technology and future trends
- Mark Stevenson, author of the best-selling An Optimist’s Tour of the Future, which is a journey through the world of future technology
Pre- and post-conference workshops will offer hands-on training on audit tools and techniques, and COBIT 5, including an opportunity to take the exam to earn the COBIT 5 Foundation Certificate. Additionally, a cybersecurity workshop will help attendees prepare for the CSX Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate exam.
Attendees can earn up to 39 continuing professional education (CPE) hours, and an early-bird registration rate is available through 30 March. Additional details, registration and venue information can be found at www.isaca.org/eucacs2016