ISACA & IIA Annual Conference On Friday

September 24, 2019 | 1 Comment

The ISACA Bermuda and IIA Bermuda Chapters are jointly hosting the 2019 annual conference ‘Going Digital’ on Friday [Sept 27] at the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club from 8.30am to 5.30pm.

A spokesperson said, “The agenda will feature lively discussions about governance, risk and compliance, privacy, and cyber security. The keynote address will be given by Premier David Burt.”

“Bermuda has a long history of innovation, and the Government is focused on ensuring that our country is well positioned to be a home for innovation in the digital economy,” said Premier Burt.

“I encourage everyone to attend the event, listen to discussions, ask questions, and take advantage of the opportunity to learn about emerging trends, interact with industry professionals to enhance your knowledge and skills in the field.”

The spokesperson said, “This conference is sponsored in part by Deloitte [gold sponsor], KPMG [silver sponsor] and Unicage [networking event sponsor].

“Admission is $300 for members and $350 for non-members. Student admission is $100. Tickets can be purchased via ptix.bm or by contacting programs@isacabermuda.com to pay by wire transfer.

“Internationally, ISACA is celebrating its 50th year in existence. ISACA was originally incorporated in Los Angeles, California, USA in 1969 as the EDP Auditors Association and created its first certification, the Certified Information Security Auditor, in 1978.

“The ISACA Bermuda chapter was founded with 14 members in January 1997 by Thomas A. Thornton, Onesimus Nzabalinda, Charlene Gilbert, Dave Conte, Catherine Graham, Carol L. Hall, and Marcia Williams-Looby. It currently has over 80 members.

“The Institute of Internal Auditors [IIA] is an international professional association of more than 170,000 members. The IIA Bermuda chapter currently has 90 members representing 35 different organizations across the island.

“The IIA Bermuda Chapter is dedicated to promoting the profession through education and training, including scholarship opportunities for Bermudian and long-term residents interested in obtaining an IIA designation.”

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  1. Joke says:

    No one on that body deals with real world security and risk issues! We have one of the worlds best cyber risk companies based in Bermuda and no one in Bermuda pays them any mind (excuse the pun). People just paying lip service to things. These certified auditors have never built a network or run a data center so how can they be certified to tell me what’s good or bad? Get real about Cyber security or take the hit!

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