Cybersecurity Attestation / Leveraging an Information Governance Framework for Cybersecurity and Data Protection
November 16, 2017 - click to add to calendar
CPE Credits: up to 2.0 hours of CPE is available
Presented by: PWC
Session One: Cybersecurity Attestation: Building resilience & confidence with the AICPA cybersecurity reporting framework
About the Speaker:
- cybersecurity challenges resulting from the increased volume and complexity of cybercrime, and the ever-changing regulatory landscape
- the AICPA's recently released cybersecurity reporting framework and how it differs from existing reporting
- why cybersecurity attestation and use of the AICPA's cybersecurity reporting framework are strategically important to management and consumers alike
- guidance on how to create a sustainable cybersecurity strategy and risk management program to build trust and transparency in your cybersecurity operations
, CISA, CIPP/US, is PwC Denver's Trust and Transparency Services Leader and oversees the delivery of multiple SOC reports, as well as supporting Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) projects. He also has over 13 years experience helping companies reduce the cost of compliance and developing a "right sized" control environment, through controls rationalization and integrated compliance projects. He has a proven track record working with multiple IT Standards/Frameworks (PCI, ISO27002, NIST, COBIT, HiTrust, etc).
Session Two: Leveraging an Information Governance Framework for Cybersecurity and Data Protection
Information privacy and security compliance is a rapidly evolving game of advanced skill and strategy. As a result, collaboration between the business, enterprise risk management, legal, privacy, compliance, records management and IT is necessary to protect business assets at all levels throughout the enterprise.
About the Speaker:
- Address key concerns for protecting sensitive data using an Information Governance Framework.
- Understand the risks of not governing information holistically, start to proactively identify sensitive information, determine governing practices and controls, and mitigate breach related risks on an ongoing basis.
, CISSP, is an experienced information management professional. Nigel leads teams and projects in developing Information Governance strategies that enable clients to manage enterprise content, protect privacy, intellectual property and comply with industry regulations while supporting governance, risk, and compliance.
Who should attend
IT Leaders (CIOs/CTOs/CSOs/CISOs), IT practitioners (Directors and Managers), IT Audit and Security professionals, Internal and External Auditors.
Field of Study
Auditing & Governance
Instructional delivery method
||11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration, Lunch & Networking
12:00 p.m. - 12:10 p.m. Chapter Announcements
12:10 p.m. - 1:50 p.m. Presentation
1:50 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Wrap up and Door prizes
|ISACA Denver Chapter Members:
There is a $5.00 discount for credit card payments. This meeting has also been discounted for all by $5 to compensate for parking costs downtown.
Walk-in non-members must pay by cash/check and will be charged an additional $10.00 fee above the normal non-member fee.
Walk-ins may be turned away if space is not available.
||History Colorado Center
Denver, CO 80203
Parking: Here are the best options for your commute to the venueNote that the meeting price below reflects a reduction of $10 to compensate attendees for parking costs downtown.
- The Cultural Center Garage (12th Avenue on the west side of Broadway) https://denverparking.spplus.com/65-west-12th-avenue.html. They show a $4 rate for 2 to 3 hrs.
- You can reach the History Colorado Center from anywhere in the metro area via RTD, the RegionalTransportation District. For bus and light rail information, visit www.rtd-denver.com
- Street parking: There are street parking options in the area. Many meters in the area are just $1/hour prior to 6 PM. Most if not all take credit cards. Please read posted signs for meter rates and hours.