Come on down for a sip of wine and meet old friends and colleagues. Get a resume of the ISACA/AEA program for the year and an update and information on the latest sponsored certifications from the Certification Directors. Remember the experienced ISACA executive is there to help you with coaching and mentoring. The networking dimension will also help those looking for contacts and contracts, as consulting company HR staff have been notified: bring your business cards and best of luck. Certification information will be available for some of the highest paying certifications in the marketplace namely Cybersecurity (CSX), Risk Management (CRISC), Security Management (CISM), Audit (CISA) and IT Governance (CGEIT).
This 2-day workshop offers expert instruction on foundational areas of cybersecurity and will show participants how to: understand basic cyber security concepts and definitions; apply cyber security architecture principles; identify components of a cyber security architecture; understand malware analysis concepts and methodology; and recognize the methodologies and techniques for detecting host and network-based intrusions via intrusion detection technologies. The workshop will also prepare learners for the CSX Fundamentals exam as part of ISACA's Cybersecurity Nexus program which offers a knowledge-based certificate in the introductory concepts that frame and define the standards, guidelines and practices of the industry.
3. Enterprise Architecture Using TOGAF Course
When: November 5-9, 2018 (five-day course)
Where: Navy Officers Mess, 78 Lisgar Street, Ottawa, ON K2P 0C1
Cost: $250 discount for members of AEA and ISACA
Registration & information: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an intense, business oriented five (5) day course for practitioners, managers and directors focusing on a benefit driven approach to conducting Enterprise Architecture in Government and business. It covers the application of EA Frameworks, focusing on TOGAF 9.2. The course also covers the integration of EA with Business Planning, Governance, Portfolio Management (i.e. PMBOK, PRINCE2), Systems Development (i.e. SDLC) and Operations Management (e.g. ITIL) and addresses how typical Government initiatives (e.g. Accountability, Reference Models, Shared Services) fit. Vouchers for TOGAF certification are included.
VOLUNTEERING AND SPONSORS:
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The ISACA Ottawa Chapter's Events and Programs Committee is looking for volunteers.
We are looking for seven (7) positions namely:
a. 2 x Annual General Meeting and Professional Development Day Coordinators
b. 3 x Events Coordinators expected to be responsible for organizing two 2 hours events each
c. 1 x Badge maker and attendance/CPE registrar
d. 1 x Catering coordinator
The more folks we have the less onerous it will be. Give your name to VP Bob at email@example.com
and help make ISACA Ottawa Valley a great place to develop the ISACA professions.
Sponsors and Speakers
The ISACA Ottawa Chapter is always looking for new event and/or ongoing sponsors, and speakers. If interested, please contact:
VP & Programs Chair: Robert Weisman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director Marketing: James Lloyd at email@example.com