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The ISACA Central Maryland Chapter is pleased to announce our upcoming Spring seminars. Please join us for 2 exciting topics: Auditing in an Internet of Things (IoT) environment and Cybersecurity Tabletop Exercise (TTX) and earn up to 28 CPEs. ISACA Members, cyberaudit, assurance, Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX), risk management, governance, and internal control professionals and practitioners new to the field and those with years of experience will benefit from this event. The training event offers an opportunity to expand your network and build onto your knowledge and skills.
Seminar #1 Topic: Auditing in an Internet of Things (IoT) environment (14 CPEs) - This is a 2-day seminar from April 24-25, 2017.
This seminar will focus on roles and challenges for all internal auditors on auditing in the IoT environment, including IoT benefits, risk and internal control challenges. This session will talk about the importance of setting enterprise standards for the IoT environment and auditing IoT processes following ISACA audit and assurance standards.
This session also covers the following:• COSO’s 17 internal control principles,• The new soon-to-be released COSO ERM framework,• Mobil computing and ISACA audit and assurance standards,• Continuous assurance auditing and monitoring processes,• Importance of IT service management and infrastructure controls.
Seminar #1 Speaker: Robert Moeller, CPA, CISA, PMP, and CISSP (Speaker Bio located under the "Speaker" tab)
Auditing in an IoT environment detailed program description
Seminar #2 Topic: Cybersecurity Tabletop Exercise (TTX) (14 CPEs) - This is a 2-day seminar from April 26-27, 2017.
This seminar will focus on preparedness for an incident inside the organization. Tabletop Exercises (TTX) are a discussion-based exercise, with a facilitated discussion of a scripted scenario in an informal, stress-free environment. It is designed to elicit constructive discussion as participants examine and resolve problems based on existing operational plans and identify where those plans need to be refined. The success of the exercise is largely determined by group participation in the identification of new and innovative ideas.Organizations have information technology (IT) plans in place, such as contingency and computer security incident response plans, so that they can respond to and manage adverse situations involving IT. These plans should be maintained in a state of readiness, which should include having personnel trained to fulfill their roles and responsibilities within a plan, having plans exercised to validate their content, and having systems and system components tested to ensure their operability in an operational environment specified in a plan. These three types of events can be carried out efficiently and effectively through the development and implementation of a test, training, and exercise (TT&E) program. Organizations should consider having such a program in place because tests, training, and exercises are so closely related. For example, exercises and tests offer different ways of identifying deficiencies in IT plans, procedures, and training.
Seminar #2 Speaker: Michael DaGrossa, CISSP, CCE, CEH, ACE (Speaker Bio located under the "Speaker" tab)
Cybersecurity Tabletop Exercise detailed program description
Cost per seminar:Member: $700.00Non-Member: $800.00Discount: $50.00 if paid today (March 31, 2017)Full-Time Student: $400.00 (no additional discount)
If attending both events (April 25-27, 2017):Member: $1,300.00Non-Member: $1,500.00Discount: $100.00 if paid today (March 31, 2017)Full-Time Student: $600.00 (no additional discount)Group Attendance: $300.00 discount for groups of 5 or more from one organization. Please contact Ayele Kebede at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details before registering.
Registration and Payment: Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. We offer 3 payment options:• Pay by credit card• Check* - After registering for this event, send check made payable to ISACA-CMC to the address below (Must be received by April 10, 2017). • Gov't training request* - After registering for this event, send in your training request to the address below or if you require an invoice, please email your request to Ejaz Younas at email@example.com.
* Mail checks and training requests to:Mr. Ejaz YounasTreasurer, ISACA-CMCP.O. Box 434Linthicum, MD 21090
Engagement Activities:Planned Training Schedule:8:00 AM - 8:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Training Session (rolling break)12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Lunch (Buffet provided)1:00 PM - 4:30 PM Training Session (rolling break)
Location: The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute of Technology (CCMIT)692 Maritime Boulevard, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090. (410) 859-5700Maritime Institute is located near the BWI Airport For directions, visit http://www.mitags.org/t-directions.aspxBuilding: TBD*Room #: TBD*Parking Lot: TBD**Anyone attending the training event: Please be aware that the room/building location for this event may change to accommodate last minute registrations. Attendees should use monitors located inside the hotel and the conference center to verify the meeting location. Please look for the name ISACA-CMC. Attendees can also call the front desk at (410) 859-5700
Cancellation Notice: Full refunds are given up to 14 days prior to the seminar by making a request to Ayele Kebede at firstname.lastname@example.org. After that date (April 10, 2017), attendance is transferable. We reserve the right to cancel this event due to insufficient participation. In that event, participants will be notified and paid registrations will be refunded. Reduced refunds (registration price less actual expenses incurred) may be granted if the registrant is unable to attend due to an unexpected, involuntary, last-minute event. A request must be made with the stated reason within 30 days after the seminar to email@example.com.
Accommodations: For those living outside of commuting distance to the conference center, hotel reservations can be made at the Maritime Institute hotel at the ISACA group rate of $135 per night, which includes dinner and breakfast. To make reservations, call Maritime at (410) 859-5700, press 7 for hotel reservations and then book your room under the applicable ISACA seminar. Hotel guests receive free shuttle service from the BWI airport and the BWI Amtrak train station, but must call the Maritime hotel to schedule pickup.
Monday, April 24, 2017 - Thursday, April 27, 2017 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Conference Center at Maritime Institute692 Maritime BoulevardLinthicum Heights, Maryland 21090USA(866)-629-3196
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