Social Engineering and E-Discovery - Was That Really Me Breaking Into Your Computer?
Presented by: Jack Wiles, PPS, IAM, IEM, President and co-founder of TheTrainingCo
Whether we're talking about Industrial Espionage, Intellectual Property Theft, or Identity Theft, the risks, threats, vulnerabilities and countermeasures (does that sound like a Risk Assessment or what?), may be the same. During this semi-hands-on session, Jack will share the details behind many of the war stories that he wrote about in all four of the books that he co-authored for Syngress/Elsevier over the past three years. In their second book titled "Techno Security's Guide to E-Discovery & Digital Forensics", he wrote the opening chapter addressing the need for strong authentication. If someone can become 'you' as they log into a computer, everything that they do will look like "YOU" did it during any E-Discovery investigation - not good!
Jack will send you home with some new things to consider as you conduct your audits & security assessment. He will also be bringing a few of his famous 'door prizes' to give away!
“Moving to Mobile - How do you ensure its Secure?”
Presented by: Richard W. “Sam” Phillips, CISM, CISSP, Vice President of Corporate Security of Research in Motion
Introduction to XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language)
Presented by: Drew Thrasher, CISA, Manager in PricewaterhouseCoopers' Systems and Process Assurance
Drew Thrasher from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) will be discussing the emergence of interactive financial data and the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL). The presentation begins with an overview of basic XBRL fundamentals and concepts, so that participants can build foundational knowledge on the standard. Then, the presentation will explore the SEC filing requirements/mandates and the available options for implementation. Finally, we will consider the impact that XBRL and the SEC mandate will have on Internal Audit. Included throughout the presentation will be references to sources of additional information and online demonstrations.
For additional information see: http://www.charlotteisaca.org/events/July23-AGM__Event%20Notification%20Final_Update.doc
3 CPE credits will be awarded to attendees.
TIAA-CREF, Auditorium West**
8500 Andrew Carnegie Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28262
Security: You must show ID at the security gate upon entering the TIAA facility and you MUST BE pre-registered in order to gain entry.
Attire: Business, Business Casual.
Meals: Lunch and Snack Provided
Parking: Complimentary parking is available on site in the parking deck. **
Registration is available until 5:00pm on Monday, July 20th, 2009: The event cost is $30.00 for Charlotte ISACA members, $40.00 for ISSA, IIA and other ISACA chapter members, and $50.00 for non-members.
Refund Policy: Due to the deadlines for attendance guarantees which commit us to pay for you whether or not you are able to attend, paid registrations will be refunded in full, minus all processing fees, for requests received in writing on or before Friday, July 17th, 2009 at 5:00pm. Submit refund requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. No reimbursement will be made if you fail to attend. Please note that substitutions will be accepted until 4 p.m. on Monday, July 20st, 2009. Substitutions may be requested by sending an email to email@example.com. No walk ins permitted for this event.
Seats are limited: Registration may close early if capacity is met prior to the registration deadline. NOTE: Should the need arise; Charlotte ISACA reserves the right to change the event logistics, or cancel the event entirely, at their discretion. Communication of any changes will be sent to attendees at the email addresses provided during registration. Full event payment will be refunded to paid registrants in the case of cancellation.