Topics: Connecting Women Leaders in Technology Conference.
When: Friday, October 27th 2017 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM EST
Where: Renaissance Plantation Hotel | 1230 South Pine Island Road Plantation, Florida 33324
Fees: $105 Members | $115 Non-members, Special rates available for partner organization and students.
Keynote Speaker: –Ms. Theresa Grafenstine, Inspector General at US House of Representatives / Chairwoman of ISACA International Board of Directors
The ISACA South Florida chapter is once again offering a CISA® review course for those individuals who are planning to sit for the exam during the November 1st to December 31st 2017 window. By popular demand we have invited Trony Clifton, a renowned certified ISACA instructor. Trony has an 85% pass rate of candidates that take his CISA Review course and has been teaching Grad school at New Jersey Institute of Technology since 2002.
Fees: $350 (member); $450 (non-member); $125 (student); Certified Members taking the class for CPEs @125.00
Register early and receive a discount of 15% on the registration fee;
When: October 20-22nd 2017 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 PM
Where: Nova Southeastern University – Fort Lauderdale FL 33314 USA
Room: room 3031 (The Carl DeSantis Building)
The ISACA South Florida chapter will again be offering a CISM® examination review course for those individuals who are planning to sit for the exam in November – December 31st, 2017. The CISM® examination review will be taught by Dr. Fernando Martinez, Healthcare Technology and Operations Executive.
When: October 21-22nd , 2017 all-day
Where: University of Miami – Newman Alumni Center
Newman Alumni Center Coral Gables, FL 33146 USA
Join us for ISACA South Florida September 2017 Monthly Dinner Learning and Networking Series,our guest speaker at this event is Roberto Valdez of Kaufman Rossin
Topic: An IT Auditor’s approach to defending your Organization’s Network against Phishing Threats.
Phishing attacks use social engineering techniques mixed with technical tricks to fool the user and steal sensitive information and banking account credentials. Social engineering schemes are typically based on spoofed emails to lead users to visit infected websites designed to appear as legitimate ones. The websites are designed to lead customers to divulge financial data, such as account usernames, credit card numbers, passwords, and social security numbers.
The technical subterfuges are various and usually involve the use of malware specifically designed to steal credentials from victims while hiding evidence of the attack. This event will provide you with helpful tips to enable you to identify these types of attacks, and ways of protecting yourself, and corporate networks.
Thursday, September 20th, 2017 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Las Olas Riverhouse
Our 10th annual WOW! event is the premier South Florida conference of the year that brings technology, audit, control and security professionals together with leading technology industry speakers for an informative and educational event.
Theme: Emerging Threats in Cybersecurity – What should organizations be doing to protect their infrastructure. When: April 21, 2017 @ 8:00 am – 7:00 pm all-day Where: Florida International University – Kovens Center 3000 Northeast 151st Street, Miami, FL 33181
Cost: $150 (member); $200 (non-member); $100 (student) (Register early, by March 31st 2017 for a $25.00 discount)