ISACA ANNUAL REPORT

BUILDING FOR WHAT‘S NEXT… NOW

OUR PURPOSE
WE HELP YOU REALIZE THE POSITIVE POTENTIAL OF TECHNOLOGY


OUR PROMISE
WE INSPIRE CONFIDENCE THAT ENABLES INNOVATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

A Letter from the ISACA Board Chair and the ISACA CEO


Everything changes,
nothing stands still.HERACLITUS, 500 BC

It’s an old quote, but it is even more meaningful today than it was millennia ago. In our modern world, a change environment is the new normal, and technology is increasing the pace of change within ISACA’s fields of interest to blistering levels. Our global ISACA community of more than 165,000 members and certification-holders who are professionals in audit and assurance, cybersecurity, information and technology governance, and risk management are enabling much of that change, shaping the future of our professions as they endeavor to help the global community realize the positive potential of technology.

While these initiatives are a small sampling of ISACA’s achievements in 2017, they are representative of how ISACA is setting the stage for a future of promise and possibilities, a theme you will see underscored throughout the pages of this 2017 Annual Report. ISACA’s community has a lot to look forward to in 2018—new cybersecurity resources geared toward audit professionals; our anticipated early-2018 launch of our new CMMI Cybermaturity Platform together with CMMI Institute; continued public policy outreach, including the debut of resources to aid enterprises around the world in complying with the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation; and laying the groundwork to mark the occasion of the 50th anniversary of ISACA’s founding, which will take place in 2019.

Everything does change, and ISACA will not stand still. 2017 was a year of looking ahead, forging partnerships and alliances, and creating new offerings. We remain committed to helping the global technology community navigate and benefit from the change environment with an eye on seeing what’s next, now.

Theresa Grafenstine,
CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CGMA, CIA, CISSP, CPA, ISACA Board Chair and Managing Director, Deloitte & Touche, LLP

Matt Loeb,
CGEIT, CAE, FASAE, ISACA Chief Executive Officer

Board of Directors

Chair Theresa Grafenstine,
CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CGAP,
CGMA, CIA, CISSP, CPA

Vice-Chair Robert Clyde,
CISM, NACD Board
Leadership Fellow

Director Brennan P.
Baybeck, CISA, CISM,
CRISC, CISSP

Director Zubin Chagpar,
CISA, CISM, PMP

Director Peter Christiaans,
CISA, CISM, CRISC, PMP

Director Hironori Goto,
CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC,
ABCP

Director Mike Hughes,
CISA, CRISC, CGEIT

Director Leonard Ong,
CISA, CISM, CRISC, CGEIT, CPP, CFE, PMP, CIPM, CIPT, CISSP ISSMP-ISSAP, CSSLP, CITBCM, GCIA, GCIH, GSNA, GCFA

Director R.V. Raghu, CISA,
CRISC

Director Jo Stewart-
Rattray, CISA, CISM, CGEIT,
CRISC, FACS CP

Director Ted Wolff, CISA

Director Tichaona Zororo,
CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC,
COBIT 5 Certified Assessor,
CIA, CRMA

Past Chair Chris K.
Dimitriadis, Ph.D., CISA,
CISM, CRISC

Past Chair Robert E Stroud,
CGEIT, CRISC

Past Chair Tony Hayes,
CGEIT, AFCHSE, CHE, FACS,
FCPA, FIIA

Director and CEO Matt
Loeb, CGEIT, FASAE, CAE

About ISACA

Established 1969

450,000

engaged professionals

188

countries

165,000+

members and certification-holders

217

chapters

Nearing its 50th year, ISACA (isaca.org) is a global association helping individuals and enterprises achieve the positive potential of technology. Today’s world is powered by technology, and ISACA equips professionals with the knowledge, credentials, education and community to advance their careers and transform their organizations.

ISACA leverages the expertise of its 450,000 engaged professionals in information and cyber security, governance, assurance, risk and innovation, as well as its enterprise performance subsidiary, CMMI Institute, to help advance innovation through technology. ISACA has a presence in 188 countries, including 217 chapters worldwide and offices in both the United States and China.

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About ISACA

450,000

engaged professionals

188

countries

165,000+

members and certification-holders

217

chapters

Nearing its 50th year, ISACA (isaca.org) is a global association helping individuals and enterprises achieve the positive potential of technology. Today’s world is powered by technology, and ISACA equips professionals with the knowledge, credentials, education and community to advance their careers and transform their organizations.

ISACA leverages the expertise of its 450,000 engaged professionals in information and cyber security, governance, assurance, risk and innovation, as well as its enterprise performance subsidiary, CMMI Institute, to help advance innovation through technology. ISACA has a presence in 188 countries, including 217 chapters worldwide and offices in both the United States and China.

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Volunteer Engagement

The
WHEELS of ISACA
are propelled by the passion and goodwill of our volunteer community

WHAT’S NOW

The Awards Working Group revamped ISACA’s Awards Program to more deeply engage the global community in celebrating outstanding accomplishments across our industry. Their efforts included creating a nomination and peer-evaluation process, more clearly defining the scope of the recognition portfolio and introducing two new ISACA Chapter Awards.

ISACA increased volunteer engagement by more than 50% at its CACS and CSX conferences compared to 2016. Conference attendees expressed 95% satisfaction with the onsite volunteers, underscoring the value of volunteer efforts in ensuring an incredible attendee experience.

Multiple volunteer working groups enabled ISACA’s CISA, CISM, CGEIT and CRISC certifications to move to computer-based testing through developing expanded question banks and refreshing existing question banks and exams, all to ensure high-quality exams that test relevant, current content. In addition, a diverse spectrum of security professionals updated the job practice tasks and knowledge for the CSX Practitioner certification.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA will continue to identify new ways to engage its professional community, enhance recognition activities of its dedicated contributors and help build future leaders by creating experiences and networking opportunities to benefit individuals and their organizations.

Volunteer Engagement

The
WHEELS of ISACA
are propelled by the passion and goodwill of our volunteer community

WHAT’S NOW

The Awards Working Group revamped ISACA’s Awards Program to more deeply engage the global community in celebrating outstanding accomplishments across our industry. Their efforts included creating a nomination and peer-evaluation process, more clearly defining the scope of the recognition portfolio and introducing two new ISACA Chapter Awards.

ISACA increased volunteer engagement by more than 50% at its CACS and CSX conferences compared to 2016. Conference attendees expressed 95% satisfaction with the onsite volunteers, underscoring the value of volunteer efforts in ensuring an incredible attendee experience.

Multiple volunteer working groups enabled ISACA’s CISA, CISM, CGEIT and CRISC certifications to move to computer-based testing through developing expanded question banks and refreshing existing question banks and exams, all to ensure high-quality exams that test relevant, current content. In addition, a diverse spectrum of security professionals updated the job practice tasks and knowledge for the CSX Practitioner certification.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA will continue to identify new ways to engage its professional community, enhance recognition activities of its dedicated contributors and help build future leaders by creating experiences and networking opportunities to benefit individuals and their organizations.

Chapters

Our
217 CHAPTERS
support ISACA‘s global
professional community

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA’s Chapter Relations team conducted six regional leadership conferences that allowed chapter leaders from around the world to come together with their peers for two days of networking, sharing best practices and learning about new offerings and opportunities available to chapter members and volunteers.

Chapter ONE, a biweekly email to all chapter leaders providing timely updates from the Chapter Relations team, was launched.

The Chapter Services Working Group (CSWG) was formed. Composed of 13 former and current chapter leaders from around the world, this group was tasked with researching, analyzing and recommending services that would benefit ISACA and its chapters.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA is introducing its Chapter Affiliation Agreement, strengthening its training through the Accredited Training Program and implementing a revamped chapter awards program. ISACA’s second Global Leadership Summit will help the organization chart an innovative path forward to build on ISACA’s upcoming 50th anniversary.

SheLeadsTech™

Addressing the underrepresentation of
women in technology
through a steadfast commitment
and a global coalition

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA’s program to empower women in technology – SheLeadsTech – launched under a new name and refined mission as ISACA advances its commitment to increase the representation of women in technology leadership roles and the tech workforce. The program’s three pillars are “Raising Awareness,” “Preparing to Lead” and “Building a Global Coalition.”

SheLeadsTech networking events introduced the program to large gatherings at ISACA’s CSX North America and CSX Europe conferences.

ISACA provided chapters with a “Raising Awareness” toolkit to help them conduct SheLeadsTech events and build enthusiasm for the program among their members.

WHAT’S NEXT

The SheLeadsTech program engaged more than 500 ISACA members and professionals through global initiatives in 2017. SheLeadsTech expects to double those engagement numbers in the coming year while simultaneously encouraging chapters to further the program’s mission with local events.

Research and Knowledge

ISACA provides leading
knowledge resources
to develop trusted technology advisors

WHAT’S NOW

The Research and Knowledge teams focused on user-friendly, shorter-form content, facilitating the release of more than 50 knowledge assets in various formats, including print, interactive (tools, audit, programs), video and audio.

ISACA collaborated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and its Center for Information Systems Research (CISR), allowing ISACA members to access more than 100 MIT research briefings on digital transformation-related topics, including strategy, change and risk management, artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics. ISACA also partnered with Wapack Labs to provide members with the latest resources on threat intelligence.

ISACA’s Tech Brief series debuted, providing high-level overviews of technology topics that help non-IT stakeholders expand their understanding of key industry topics, such as AI, blockchain and augmented reality/virtual reality.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA will continue to produce knowledge assets that expand its robust library of relevant information for the professionals it serves, including timely topics such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), digital transformation and strengthening cyber resilience.

Membership

Because ISACA delivers
what matters most to members,
the global professional
community grows

WHAT’S NOW

A total of 26,470 new members joined the ISACA professional community, which included more than 135,000 members in 188 countries at year-end.

The Membership team’s “Member Get A Member” campaign exceeded expectations by bringing aboard more than 1,200 new members.

The newly created Recent Graduate membership also proved popular, leading to more than 1,000 new members.

WHAT’S NEXT

Membership will continue to develop and launch new programs and initiatives with an emphasis on increased member savings and access to the content and knowledge that matters to them most. ISACA is exploring additional opportunities to increase membership value and member engagement in 2018 and beyond.

Learning Solutions

ISACA helps business technology
professionals keep up with the
latest industry trends
and best practices

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA asserted stronger governance over certification training and outcomes through the launch of its Accredited Training Program.

The 2017 North America CACS conference, which took place in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, set an ISACA conference attendance record with more than 1,500 total attendees.

ISACA’s Learning Solutions team launched CISA, CISM and CRISC self-paced training courses, offering certification candidates greater flexibility and convenience in their exam preparations.

WHAT’S NEXT

Learning Solutions will leverage the development and launch of 2017 online programs to further define ISACA’s vision, engage our professional community in continuous learning and support their career advancement in 2018 and beyond.

Enterprise Business Development

ISACA's
global influence grows,
delivering increased value to enterprises

WHAT’S NOW

Enterprise Business Development grew 37% over the previous year, generating 70 new customers and connecting enterprises with new solutions to address their challenges and opportunities.

After the April launch of the Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) Training Platform, 19 new clients were signed, contributing to substantial growth in the financial services industry client base.

More than 60% of overall sales came from customers outside the US and Canada, with more than 20% of total sales in China.

WHAT’S NEXT

Enterprise Business Development will continue ISACA’s growth, focusing on the CSX Training Platform; CMMI Cybermaturity Platform; onsite training, particularly in the financial services sector; expansion in China; and furthering ISACA’s impact on the professional community through Accredited Training Organizations.

Content and Publications

Our expert content is available
in a growing array of platforms and languages

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA built and launched a digital library, a major step forward in how our content assets are developed, managed and stored.

ISACA Podcasts generated five times the number of listens compared to the previous year, while distribution of podcasts expanded to Google Play, SoundCloud and iTunes.

The Content Management & Development team built and expanded its language libraries with a focus on identified strategic languages: Chinese Simplified, Japanese and Spanish.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA’s Content Management & Development team will focus on creating relevant content in a streamlined and strategic manner for ISACA’s professional community. The new digital library provides the infrastructure to support ISACA’s strategic vision and continue to enhance its content portfolio.

Cybersecurity Nexus

We are building the world's
next-generation
cybersecurity workforce

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA launched the Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) Training Platform, which provides users access to live lab environments where they can build the hands-on skills urgently needed by cybersecurity practitioners and their organizations.

The CSX team completed a job practice analysis for the CSX Practitioner (CSXP) exam, which pinpointed the most relevant job tasks and knowledge required for the certification, while also creating a self-paced exam prep offering for individuals.

The CSX team facilitated CISO Forums at ISACA’s CSX North America and CSX Europe conferences, providing opportunities for enterprise security leaders to share industry-leading knowledge and best practices.

WHAT’S NEXT

A revamped CSXP certification will align with the latest job requirements of cybersecurity practitioners and enable test-takers to demonstrate the hands-on skills needed to contend with the evolving threat landscape. Additional labs will be added to the CSX Training Platform to help practitioners keep pace with the latest threats.

CMMI Institute

Building the capabilities of
people, processes
and technology

lets organizations discover the potential of the increased value they can deliver

WHAT’S NOW

CMMI Institute produced a record 2,632 appraisals in 53 countries – helping organizations to identify their key strengths and weaknesses – while adding 23 new lead appraisers.

CMMI Institute is developing a new platform to conduct cybersecurity capability assessments and measure enterprise cyber resilience. The platform will let organizations create a unique risk profile, assess their capabilities against a comprehensive framework of emerging practices, benchmark their capability compared to others, and develop a roadmap to manage their cybersecurity programs and investments.

CMMI Institute advanced CMMI V2.0 for Development, which will focus on business performance and ease of use.

The US Food and Drug Administration sponsored a pilot of the Medical Device Discovery Appraisal Program (MDDAP), which used tailored CMMI appraisals to assess capabilities in the medical device manufacturing industry and create a pathway for improvement for each organization.

CMMI Institute joined ISACA in establishing a physical presence in China to directly respond to demand in Asia for advancing operational excellence.

WHAT’S NEXT

CMMI’s 2017 achievements are poised to lead to growth through the complete revitalization of core CMMI services in addition to opportunities for impact in new areas, including cybersecurity and medical devices.

China Operation

We are committed to growing
our visibility, influence and impact
across the globe
to better serve our professional community.

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA formed a Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise (WFOE), ISACA IT Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd., establishing an office in China.

ISACA WFOE established the Beijing Community, Shanghai Community and Southern China Community to provide services to professionals in those regions.

ISACA WFOE and the China Banking Regulatory Commission held two well-received joint seminars in Chengdu and Shanghai. About 150 attendees from 51 banking institutions participated in the seminars.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA will continue to work with the government, regulators, other associations, the industry and universities to grow ISACA’s footprint in China.

Certification

ISACA provides the
credentials
our professional community needs to meet the
demands of a challenging technology landscape

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA converted the administration of its CISA, CISM, CGEIT and CRISC certification exams from paper-based delivery to computer-based testing.

The new exam delivery schedule enabled ISACA to provide more testing dates and expand test center locations throughout the world.

The CISM certification job practice was updated, ensuring the credential reflects the most current knowledge and experience that information security managers need to excel.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA’s certification exam delivery schedule will include expanded administration windows and reduced downtime between windows. Additionally, ISACA plans to enhance the quality of exam questions and the testing experience while bringing the exam to new geographies with emerging demand.

Customer Experience Center

Responsiveness to the
customer voice
is at the forefront of every decision ISACA makes

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA celebrated the one-year anniversary of its Customer Experience Center (CEC) in November, marking a year in which the CEC team served our customers’ needs from one centralized team of experts, and used customer data and feedback to drive organization-wide changes that significantly improved the customer experience.

The CEC team used customer journey mapping to map the current and future states of the overall certification experience, including exams, leading to important short-term improvements and a customer-focused roadmap for future initiatives and investments.

The CEC team launched a chat support pilot to better align with ISACA customers’ preferences.

WHAT’S NEXT

ISACA will continue to leverage customer data and feedback to deliver an improved customer experience and become an increasingly customer-centric organization.

Advocacy and Public Affairs

ISACA’s voice is being heard by
policymakers
and influencers

around the world

WHAT’S NOW

ISACA CEO Matt Loeb led a discussion on the benefits of cybersecurity audits as part of a US Capitol Hill briefing sponsored by the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus.

ISACA hosted a cybersecurity roundtable in London that gathered senior stakeholders to discuss topics such as the cyber threat landscape, strengthening the public sector cybersecurity workforce and ensuring cybersecurity is seen as a board-level responsibility.

The Advocacy and Public Affairs team spearheaded a new working group that directed ISACA’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) focus on privacy by design, appropriate security protection and the role of the Data Protection Officer, all work assembled into an ISACA position shared with policymakers in Brussels. The working group also guided ISACA’s development of resources to help its global professional community prepare for 2018 GDPR enforcement.

WHAT’S NEXT

The Advocacy and Public Affairs team will continue to focus on executing its strategic plan, which includes targeted outreach to government officials and policy influencers on regulatory topics and initiatives such as consideration of the new CMMI Cybermaturity Platform as an industry standard. ISACA will continue cultivating strategic partnerships and relationships in India, including with the Reserve Bank of India and NASSCOM.

Images of What’s Now and What’s Next for ISACA

ISACA’s global headquarters are shifting from Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA, to this facility in nearby Schaumburg, Illinois in 2018.

ISACA’s slate of 2018 global conferences will include a stop in Edinburgh, Scotland, for EuroCACS 2018, taking place 28-30 May.

ISACA’s new headquarters, under construction here, will position ISACA’s staff to work more efficiently to best serve ISACA’s global professional community.

ISACA’s expanded outreach in China has included seminars such as this one in Chengdu, jointly conducted with the China Banking Regulatory Commission.

The ramp-up to the anniversary will accelerate in 2018, with more frequent website updates at isaca50.org, the assembly of toolkits to help chapters celebrate, and a yearlong series of audio and video interviews with ISACA members that will highlight the organization’s proud past and promising future.

2017 Donors: Individuals

Platinum

Marios Damianides
Benjamin Gerstner
Shankar Iyer
John Lainhart
Lynn Lawton
Akira Matsuo
Robert A. Micek

Gold

Jeffrey Patubo
Kenneth Vander Wal
Daniel Wiechec

Silver

Ignacio Alamillo
David Applebaum
Jim Arnold
Earl Charles Begley
Damien Bertero
Fernando Calvillo
Walter Lee Carter
Francois Corminboeuf
Bernard Czaja
Donna Degenhart
Umberto DeLucilla
Helene Demoulin
Andres Dickehut
Gert Thomas Du Preez
Anthony DuBose
Francesc Xavier Fernandez
Cuesta
Richard Fernez
Ashok Ghosh
Stewart Frank Gwyn

Barry George Hadfield
Aris Budiman Hartono
Markus Heinen
Patricia Henderson
Jason Ingalls
Michael Jimenez
Vijay Karayi
Emiko Kurihara
Stephen Lantrip
Kimberley Laris
Tak Wa Lau
Anna Maria Lindstrom
James Elwyn Lytle
Tom Hugo Madsen
Eric John Malmgren
Bryan McAtee
Robert McFarland
James Meyer
Naoyoshi Misho

Charlie Moraza
Paul Neff
Francis Nemia
Young Seok Ock
Carmen Ozores Fernandes
Pramod Shashikant Paranjape
Shetal Patel
Roman Pendzey
Hugh Henning Penri-Williams
Tajjud-deen Phillipps
Andre Pitkowski
Michael Podemski
Sorin Alexandru Popa
David George Reinhold
Charles Kendall Roberts
Rafael Roldos
Cristian Rosa
Vijayakumar S.R.
Julio Saiz
Merve Sarac

Mugdha Satish Satarkar
Jose Saucedo
Martin Jacques Saumure
Martin Schlaeppi
Laurent Schwartz
Christodoulos Seferis
Dirk Steuperaert
Vaclav Stverka
Bernard Chee Kian Tang
Alexandru Tasca
Karen Sands Tinucci
Thomas Gerard Totton
Ernest Villaverde
Wouter Haasloop Werner
James Wiechers
Ming Wu
Jens Wudick
Mahmoud Mohamed Yousef
Carlos Zamora

2017 Donors

Paul Rudolph Aaron
Fettouma Abbas-Terki
Daniel Ablett
Zoran Abraham
Shawn Acker
Bryan Ackermann
Makoto Aga
Lucas Ahiable
Azubike Edward Ahubelem
Om Satpal Ahuja
Said Hassan Al-Balushi
Mark Owen Aldrich
Faisal Abdulla Al-Kuwari
Joaquim Ma Altafaja Divi
Scott Raymond Andersen
James Michael Anderson
Jay Anthony
Roberto Apollonio
Renato Aquilino-Pujol
Henri Arendsen
Luis Adrián Arroyo
Sam Arthur
Julius Azarcon
Anna Mmanoko Badimo
Nagarajan Balasubramanian
Venkata
Enrique Barroso
Richard Bates
Robert Bauhuis
Debra Michelle Beach
Christina Marie Belding
Luis Sean Beltran Dooly
Rob Benjamin
Paul Berkebile
Gayle Berkeley
Glauco Bertocchi
Susanna Bezold
Milind Madhav Bhide
Stuart Birkett
Jean Bloch
Khaled Bohsali
Benjamin Boi-Doku
Bruce Boldurian
David Alan Bonewell
Bernhard Bonus
Lewis Borsellino
Edwin Bowden
David Brachio
John Brady
Moises Brito
George Brotbeck
Douglas Brown
Dora Brull-Cid
Richard Brunner
Renato Burazer
Krzysztof Burek
Nathan James Burley
Philip Joseph Patrick Burns
Mark Alexander Butzke
Sarina Byl
Gabrielle Caddle
Jose Campos
Cynthia Cannaday
Mario Carbajal
Paul Casey
Anthony Chalker
Victor Sze-Tin Chan
Steve Chazan
Gang Che
Sarat Chandrakumar Chegu
James Cheyne
Wiliam Chilin
Sandra Choyce
David Allen Christie
Adnan Khaliq Chughtai
Sheba Anne George Chungath
Maxim Chuprunov
Hee Shing Chye
Robert Clarke
Kevin Gerald Conlon
Mark Connelly
Brian Coutanche
Staci Ann Marie Crane
Lilliam Cruz
Szabolcs Csontos
Daniel James Cunningham
Gordon Curtis
Dinesh Merwin D’Souza
Kishor Jagannath Dandeker
Clive Davids
William Davidson
Rodney Owain Davies
Fidel Deforte
John Joseph DeMauro
John Bernard Dempsey
Patricia Giovanna Diaz Tori
Kenneth Richard Diedrich
Valeria Dineva
Ruedi Doebeli
Michael Dorn
Lawrence Drolet
Zea Du Preez
Andre Dufour
Salih Ali Durul
Sumit Dutta
Alan Egge
Jeanne Elmuccio
David Empey
John English
Marco Ermini
Tomoyasu Eto
Agu Ets
Michael Fabri
Dieter Fabritius
Tony Fairclough

Tao Feng
Cherrie Mae Ferreria Chiomento
Uwe Fiedler
David Findling
Kenneth Glenn Fitzpatrick
Arnaud Flotte-Dubarry
Chi Kwong Fong
Paul Fordiani
Yoshio Fukasawa
Travis Funkhouser
Don Furstenburg
Pamela Susan Fusco
Arief Gaffar
Ramses Gallego
Fredrik Galtung
Jorge Luis Garcia
Luis Enrique Garcia de Paredes
Eduardo Garcia Martinez
Lillian Garner
Frank Gerber
Daniel Anthony Gersper
William Gessner
Evangelia Gialamboukis
Khristian Gibson
Paul Danlami Gimsay
Hubert Darnell Glover
Fernando Gomez Alfonso
Uraia Rokoca Goneyali
Daren Ashley Goodwin
Adam Gordon
Lodewijk Ludo Goubert
Manoharan Govindaraj
Kumararaj Govindaswamy
Roger Scott Greenwell
Gerd Karl Grimberger
Stefan Gross
Marisol Guasca Barragan
Robert Guentherberg
Jorge Guevara Lopez
Catherine Addabbo Guice
Jose Pascual Gumbau Mezquita
Tod Gene Gunther
Stacey Hamaker
Atsushi Hanaki
Michael Hartigan
Prachit Hawat
Tsutomu Hayakashi
Tanner Heil
Marinus Hendriksen
April Holder
Jennifer Hong
Adrian Howe
Michael John Hughes
Ernest Hughes
Gregory Chester Hupp
Janette Shaheen Hussain
Olanrewaju Taofeek Idris
Jose Isebia
Samuel Chiedozie Isichei
Mohammed Saad Fathy Ismail
Jun Ito
Caryn Jackson
Babatunde Jaji
Dean Jaques
Stanley Jarocki
John Jarvis
Bruce Jenkins
Allan Jagath Monesh Jinadasa
Ebenezer Olugbenga John
Claudia Marie Johnson
Edward Eric Johnson
Mark Keith Johnson
Robert Van Jolliffe
George Jolly
Julio Jolly Moore
Susan Jones
Guy Jordan
Rohini Joshi
Zhan Jovanovski
Ghassan Kabbara
Kris Allan Kahn
Masatoshi Kajimoto
Ramzi Kanso
Parikshat Kapur
Spiros Karasavvidis
Hassan Karim
Yasushi Kasahara
Iftikhar Fazlehussain Kathawala
Ravi Shankar Balakrishnan Kavaseri
Tomohide Kawawaki
Lloyd Keel
Carolyn Keith
Gerard Kelliher
Gethsemane Jessica Keramas
Rabia Khanfir
Nada Khatib
Andrew Kim
Narasimha Devadasa KiniGurpur
Yoshihiro Kitsutaka
David Klatt
Robert Thomas Klein
Terje Klepp
Chris William Kmosko
Petr Knize
Ram Prasad Kodukulla
Ivo Koppelmaa
Dirk Kramer
Denis Krauss
Dominik Kronberger
Gordon Brian Krueger
Walter Ronald Kuketz
Shenthil Kumar S.R.
Chi Choi Kuok
Daniel Kurt
Stefan Laager

Chandrasekar Lakshmi Varahan
Russell Lamosek
Hendrik Jan Land
Jimena Guadalupe Larrea
Jacinthia Lawson
Patricia Liechty Layfield
Michel-Marc Le Vieux
Gil-Chin Lee
Peter Leitch
Siew Kheen Leng
David Less
Christopher Letterman
Norman Levine
William Corbett Lewis
Katherine Lidgard
Tamara Lilly
Albert Lima
Ku-Chuan Lin
Christina MacGregor
Bob Madderra
George Kenneth Madzy
Veronica Mancho
Charles-Robert Manterfield
Peter Manzo
Gary Lewis Marable
Larry Marks
Joseph James Marqua
Pamela Martinez
Eiichi Matsubara
Adrian Mayers
Marguerite McCarthy
Vickie LaVern McCray
John McDonald
John McDonough
Stacey McNeely
Sean McPoland
William Harrison McVay
Eric Paul Meijer
Shane Kenneth Melless
James Michael Mellis
Douglas Melville
Paulo Mendez
Jorge Merida Munoz
Michael Meyer
Christopher John Miles
Andrew Millar
Thomas Josef Moellers
Armanda Moore
Rick Moreno
Michelle Ann Morris
Chris Moschovitis
Jeffrey Moskowitz
Rogelio Enrique Luna Munoz
Pekka Mustonen
Farit Muzipov
Prabhash Nadesan
Sudeep Nair
Chandramohan Narayan
Alexy Naveira
Vijaya Kumar Navoor
Shuko Ndhlovu
James Willis Neill
Robert Bradford Nelson
Delyan Nestorov
Peter Lee Newing
Geok Peng Ng
Patricia Niebling
Lisa Danielle Nykolyshyn
Morenike Aderinola Ojewumi
Andrew Okada
Chanroutie Omadath-Heetai
Nosa Omoma
Marcelino Eiji Oshima
Francis Otoo-Ansah
Elena Ouklonskaia
Sarah Suzanne Packer
Balaji Packrisamy
Marie-Grace Pagdanganan
Panicos Papamichael
Hugh Parkes
Sean Pascoe
Keyur Patel
Vincent Pearce
Klaus Agnoletti Pedersen
Anthony Kamara Pepeno
Robert Walter Peterson
Carl Phillips
Aaron Pinto
Christian Alexander Poisel
Joseph Ponnoly
Mihaela Popescu
Ifeoluwa Tobi Popoola
Andreas Postl
William Prado
Paul Praveen
John Premanath
Marin Prisacaru
Wagner Roberto Pugliese
Robert John Puppa
Rajesh Kantesh Purohit
Henny Raadschilders
R.V. Raghu
Swami Ramachandran
Rafael Ricardo Ramirez
Francisco Vicente Ramon-Mira
N. Ramu
Sree Krishna Rao
Sachin Chandrakant Rasam
Michael Gerard Redmond
Nicola Anne Reid
Wolf-D. Richter
Jack Riegel
Kees Riemens
Kim Ries
Montino Roberts

Marie Ghislaine Robinson
Oscar Robledo
Jose Luis Rodriguez-Jimenez
Facundo Rojo Gil
Luis Rosado
Patricia Aneta Rowe-Seale
Grant Grant Rowson
Patrick Rozario
Cristina Ruiz
Stella Salas Sanchez
Blase Salvatore
Milton Eric Sambolin
Rodney Sampson
Zacarias Sanchez
Sylma Sanchez
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Independent Auditor‘s Report

Board of Directors

ISACA, Inc. and Affiliates

Report on Financial Statements

We have audited the accompanying consolidated and combined financial statements of ISACA, Inc. and Affiliates (collectively, the “Organization”), which comprise the consolidated and combined statements of financial position as of 31 December 2017 and 2016, and the related consolidated and combined statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended, and the related notes to the financial statements.

Management’s Responsibility for the Financial Statements

Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these consolidated and combined financial statements in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America; this includes the design, implementation, and maintenance of internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of consolidated and combined financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.

Auditor’s Responsibility

Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these consolidated and combined financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the consolidated and combined financial statements are free from material misstatement.

An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the consolidated and combined financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the consolidated and combined financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the consolidated and combined financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. Accordingly, we express no such opinion. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of significant accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the consolidated and combined financial statements.

We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion.

Opinion

In our opinion, the consolidated and combined financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of ISACA, Inc. and Affiliates as of 31 December 2017 and 2016, and the changes in their net assets and their cash flows for the years then ended in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.

Chicago, Illinois
23 April 2018