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Intelligent automation is changing the world of business right before our eyes. The new wave of advanced technologies has the power to exponentially increase enterprises’ speed, scale, quality and precision to drive never-before-seen levels of operational efficiency. Given its clear benefits and countless use cases, it’s no wonder intelligent automation has taken off. As organizations embark on this broad and important digital transformation journey, it is critical we maintain focus on related risk, governance, and controls, as well as consider Intelligent Automation’s role and impact on Internal Audit and SOX. This presentation will focus on 3 key topics:
– Evolving Uses of Intelligent Automation
– Governance and Risk Management Considerations for the Intelligent Automation Lifecycle
– Opportunities to Leverage Intelligent Automation in Internal Audit and SOX
Bryan McGowan: Bryan is a Partner with KPMG, and leads the St. Louis Risk Consulting Practice. Outside of his local role, Bryan has responsibility for KPMG’s IT Internal Audit Product Development team nationally, which includes intelligent automation and other evolving technologies.
Nana Amonoo-Neizer: Nana is a Manager in KPMG’s Risk Consulting practice. Nana is part of KPMG’s IT Internal Audit – Intelligent Automation product development team designing automated solutions to evaluate the risk and controls of organizations’ business processes.
– 7:30am: Check in and Breakfast served
– 8:00am: Presentation begins
– Q&A and networking follow the presentation
1 hour of CPE Available
Bylaws widely vary from organization to organization, but generally cover topics such as the purpose of the organization, who are its members, how directors are elected, how meetings are conducted, and what officers the organization will have and a description of their duties. As a matter of good organizational governance, bylaws are regularly revisited to ensure they remain aligned to current best practices.
The Chapter Board has updated the current ISACA St Louis Chapter Bylaws (2015) to align with the current template provided by ISACA International – resulting in the ISACA St Louis Chapter Bylaws (2019). The 2019 revision has been unanimously approved by the Chapter Board as well as ISACA International. In order to become effective, the general chapter membership must ratify the updated bylaws.
An electronic ratification vote will be taken 10 days after the updated bylaws have been posted on the chapter’s website and sent to the entire chapter membership via email.
Dear fellow members,
During this holiday season, we are thankful for our chapter members and volunteers. We celebrate our success to date at the Top Golf kickoff social event, the student-focused round table discussion, and the highly rated cybersecurity and privacy presentation from David Hartley.
ISACA St. Louis has more great events on tap, literally and figuratively, including the free Holiday Social Event at Milo’s Tavern and Bocce Garden on December 12th and a cybersecurity presentation from ISACA International Board Director Gregory Touhill on January 15th.
Planning is nearly complete for a two-day CSX Penetration Testing Overview course in March 2019; however, your input is required to confirm sufficient interest and identify the best date. Please review the details here and respond accordingly.
Finally, Rebecca Harness represented our chapter at the ISACA Global Leadership Summit in Chicago and brought back important information concerning the future direction of ISACA International.
ISACA St. Louis Chapter President