Join us for a roundtable discussion about IT auditing and IT security. Our panelists will talk about how they started in the industry, typical internal audit or information security activities, and the differences between corporate internal audit and consulting. Whether you are thinking about entering the field, new to the profession, or have been around a while, come join us to learn about ISACA and the role we play.
Free to attend, but seating is limited. Click HERE to register.
- Breakfast 7:30a-8:00a
- Panel 8:00a-9:00a
- Networking 9:00a-9:30a
Melissa Arter is a Governance, Risk and Compliance Senior Manager in the Information Security Office at Enterprise Holdings. Melissa holds a master’s degree in information technology management with emphasis in security and has 15+ years of experience ranging from IT operations and engineering to assurance, compliance, and risk management.
Mr. Grace brings more than 30 years of business experience delivering solutions that drive business innovation and change within world class organizations. As a leader in the fields of information technology, cybersecurity, internal audit, compliance, and governance, Tim has brought best practices to global organizations and helped drive solutions that strengthen and enhance current practices. Through innovation and process improvement, Tim has been able to drive change to ensure organizations remain focused on key business issues. Tim’s deep information technology background and deep understanding of business processes allowed him to bring technology and business processes together.
As vice president and chief information security officer for BJC HealthCare, Matthew Modica is responsible for the strategic direction, planning and implementation of enterprise IT systems, business operation and facility defenses against security breaches and vulnerability issues. He has the responsibility for establishing, meeting and continuously monitoring the information security goals and objectives, while maintaining alignment with the strategic goals and priorities for BJC.
Jordan Read is the Director of Internal Audit at Enterprise Bank & Trust. Jordan joined the company in 2014 to help in-source the internal audit function. Prior to joining Enterprise Bank & Trust, Jordan was a consultant at Ernst and Young in the advisory risk services group. His primary focus was internal controls over financial reporting. Jordan received his master’s degree in accountancy from the University of Missouri – Columbia.