Category: Events

Events

On Target – Member Social and Annual General Meeting May 23

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Description:

Celebrate our 2018-2019 successes with an evening of networking, great food and flying sharp objects!

Schedule:

  • 5:30 – 6:00pm: Annual General Meeting and Safety Briefing
  • 6:00 – 7:30pm: Sugarfire 44 BBQ served, Axe Throwing & Social Networking

This free event is limited to chapter members, availability is limited to the first 60 registrants. Feel free to attend even if you do not plan to participate in the axe throwing activity. Please refer to the Axe House FAQ for additional detail, including venue rules and regulations.

 

CPE – 1 hour of CPE Available

Events

Managing Risk within the Intelligent Automation Lifecycle

Managing Risk within the Intelligent Automation Lifecycle Presentation

Presentation Description:

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

Speakers:

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.

 

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Events

#SheLeadsTech Panel Discussion and Networking March 28

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Description:

ISACA St. Louis Hosting #SheLeadsTech Event March 28th!

Join us on Thursday, March 28th, at 5:30PM for a FREE after-hours networking event and panel discussion as part of ISACA International’s #SheLeadsTech initiative.

Open to the technology community and sponsored by ISACA St. Louis, the local chapter of ISACA International, this program will highlight the concrete initiatives being undertaken by leaders right here in St. Louis to increase the representation of women in technology leadership roles and the tech workforce!

Appetizers and beverages will be served!

 

Schedule:

5:30 – 6:00pm – Check-In & Networking

6:00 – 7:00pm – Panel Discussion

  • Ladan Kamfar, Emerging Technology Partnership Lead at Bayer & “St. Louis Women in Tech Exchange” Founder and Organizer
  • Haley Shoaf, Vice President of Impact at LaunchCode
  • Beth Casagrand, Director of Youth Programs, GlobalHack
  • Pamela Hermann, Vice President of Project Management at Altice USA & “Women in Cable Telecommunications” Midwest Chapter Advisor

7:00 – 7:30pm – Networking

 

Location: 

RISE Collaborative Workspace
www.RiseWorkspace.com
8820 Ladue Road, Suite 220
St. Louis, MO 63124
(PLENTY of parking behind the building)

 

Cost: Free

CPE: 1 hour CPE available

 

Events

Lunch with 12 ISACA St. Louis Members Feb 12

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Description:

Join us for a small group lunch with 12 of your fellow ISACA St. Louis members. This casual social event is designed to encourage conversation (though you will earn 1 CPE). A Chapter Board Member host will facilitate, and will lead discussions on our chapter (where we are, where we want to go, ideas for the future), our profession, and the state of IT audit and cyber security in St. Louis among many others. The costs of lunch will be covered by the chapter, and we will meet in a private room at the Weber Grill (St. Louis Galleria).

Note: Event attendance is not necessarily limited to a total of 12; based on demand additional groups will be added.

 

Date and Time: Tue, February 12 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM CST

Location: Weber Grill Restaurant – 1147 Saint Louis Galleria Street, Richmond Heights, MO 63117

Cost: Free to ISACA St. Louis members

 

Events

Skating to the Puck to Improve Cybersecurity Jan 15

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Description:

In this presentation, Gregory Touhill will discuss today’s cybersecurity landscape. In a provocative and sometimes irreverent presentation, he’ll critically analyze substantive weaknesses in current cybersecurity tactics, techniques, and procedures and share thoughts on how national prosperity and security can and should be improved by taking a different approach to improving cybersecurity (i.e. “skating to where the puck is going to be rather than where it is”).

Speaker:

Gregory J. Touhill, CISM, CISSP, Brigadier General (ret) – President, Cyxtera Federal Group and ISACA International Board Director – LinkedIn

Gregory is president of Cyxtera Federal Group, Cyxtera Technologies, a secure infrastructure company which offers data center services and cybersecurity capabilities to federal agencies and departments (USA). In addition, he serves as adjunct professor of Cybersecurity at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College. He serves on the boards of Bay Dynamic, Inc. and Cybersponse, Inc. as well as the Symantec Federal Advisory Board and Cyber Security Forum Initiative Advisory Boards. Prior to joining Cyxtera Technologies, he was selected by President Obama as the US government’s first Chief Information Security Officer. His other civilian government service includes duties as the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Cybersecurity and Communications at the United States Department of Homeland Security; and as Director of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center, where he led national programs to protect the United States and its critical infrastructure. He is a retired Air Force general officer, a highly-decorated combat leader, an accomplished author and public speaker, and a former American diplomat. He has received numerous awards and recognition, including most recently, the 2017 F. Lynn McNulty Tribute Award in recognition of his contributions to securing the nation from cyber threats and the 2016 Federal 100 Award for accomplishments as Deputy Assistant Secretary to improve public- and private-sector partnership to better manage risk.

CPE – 1 hour of CPE Available

 

 

 

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