2018 Conference Program
As the program is developed, we will continue to add information to this page – check back frequently for updates!
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Opening Keynote Address
The Future of Cyber Security in the Fifth Wave of Technology Innovation
Executive Vice President, Dark Matter
We are well into the fifth wave of technology innovation. Just as the PC, the Internet, smartphones, and social media all fundamentally changed every aspect of our day-to-day personal and professional lives, the fifth wave introduces a ... More >>
Closing Keynote Address
Award Winning Author & Speaker, Passionpreneur and Chief Energy Officer
This talk is based on the works of work of Dr. Marshall Goldsmith in the area of leadership and Moustafa’s research on passion. The passionate leader will be required to give people a sense of being connected and aligned to a ... More >>
2017 Top-Rated Speakers
Congratulations to the following speakers who were rated in the top 5% at the Asia Pacific CACS 2017 Conference.
According to our post-conference survey results, these speakers were all rated 4.75 or higher (on a 5-point scale) by the attendees of their sessions. Minimum of 20% survey responses required to qualify.
SSH Keys—Lowest Cost, Highest Risk Tool
GRC Role in Adverse Cyber Effect: Lessons Learnt from NotPetya Malware
Encryption: Lower Risk, Increase Compliance
Art of Performing Risk Assessments
Mark Thomas, CGEIT, CRISC
Adopting GDPR Using COBIT 5 Pt. 1 & Pt. 2
Intersecting IT and Audit Using COBIT 5
Tichaona Zororo, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC
The Changing Focus of IT Audits
Continuing Professional Education Credits
To maintain ISACA certifications, certification holders are required to earn 120 CPE credit hours over a three-year period in accordance with ISACA’s continuing professional education (CPE) policy. Attendees can earn up to 23 CPE credits; 16 by attending Asia Pacific CACS, and up to 7 for the pre-conference events. ISACA conferences are Group Live and do not require any advanced preparation.
Please note that the session scanners at the Conference do not track CPE credit hours. You will still need to allocate your CPE hours in “My ISACA” following the conference. Certificates of Attendance will be accessible via your MyISACA account. To view your certificate, log into your account and navigate to the “myDOWNLOADS & CERTIFICATES” tab. There you will find a “MY CPE CERTIFICATES” section where all your ISACA event CPE Certificates will live.
Your Certificate of Attendance details the maximum number of CPE hours you could have earned by attending this event. CPE policies for each ISACA certification, as well as details on how to report your CPE hours, are available here on ISACA’s website. Reporting can also be done by submitting information on the annual renewal invoice.