Friday March 18, 2011, the Charlotte Chapter of ISACA is hosting a Half Day Event focused on "Security Awareness"
3 CPE's will be awarded.
8:00 AM Registration / Networking
8:25 AM Chapter Announcements & Speaker Introduction 8:30 AM Designing a Security Awareness Program 9:30 AM Break
8:25 AM Chapter Announcements & Speaker Introduction
8:30 AM Designing a Security Awareness Program
9:30 AM Break9:45 AM A View into Qualitative Risk Assessments
10:45 AM Break
11:00 AM Maximizing Your CPE Credits
12:00 PM Closing Remarks
Cost and Credits Offered:
Registration available until 11:00 PM EST March 15, 2011: The registration event cost is free for Charlotte ISACA members, $15.00 for Other ISACA Chapter, ISSA, IIA, & Partner Members, and $25 for non-members. An additional fee will be added for EventBrite processing. 3 CPES will be offered. Continental Breakfast will be provided.
Designing a Security Awareness Program
Security surveys have shown investments in Security Awareness are inadequate while other surveys say that better awareness would improve the level of security. These surveys demonstrate what most security professionals know about importance of Security Awareness and the lack of financial support for the program. It is critical for companies to have some form of a Security Awareness Program. This presentation will provide resource information to build or enhance a Security Awareness Program utilizing materials that are no cost or minimal cost to the company. Additionally, with very little time investment from the security professional, these resources will allow the security professional to define or enhance a Security Awareness Program and start implementing Security Awareness at his/her company.
A View Into Qualitative Risk Assessments
Most companies have risk management departments to handle losses and claims but struggle with IT Security Risk Assessments. This presentation reviews Quantitative and Qualitative risk assessments, who how a qualitative risk assessment can be created for applications, systems and business partners. After the assessment is created, the presentation will demonstrate how these assessments can be rated.
Maximizing Your CPE Credits
Professionals seek various certifications to enhance their career. A requirement for most certifications is to obtain continuing professional education (CPE) credits. This presentation will discuss various certifications, the requirements of the certifications and how becoming involved with local organizations helps meet the certification requirements.
Speaker Profile: Shane Edwards
Shane Edwards is an Information Security Architect for Belk, Inc., the nation's largest privately owned mainline department store company. In this role, Shane is responsible for security program development, strategic planning, and the practical application of information security technology as well as hands-on network and server architecture management.
Shane has more than 26 years experience in Information Technology concentrating the last 11 years in Information Security. During his career, he has worked in insurance, marketing, wholesale and retail industries managing data center operations, developing corporate systems and leading information security groups. In the security field, he has developed security frameworks, implemented risk assessment processes, conducted security awareness seminars, managed security component deployments and facilitated security services.
Shane has been an active member with ISSA, ISACA and InfraGard. He holds the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP), Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management (ITIL-F).
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 the processing fee, for requests received in writing on or before March 15, 2011 at 5:00 PM EST. Submit refund requests to email@example.com. No refunds will be given for any cancellation requests received after March 15, 2011 at 5:00 PM EST. No reimbursement will be made if you fail to attend. Please note that substitutions will be accepted until 5:00 PM EST on March 15, 2011. Substitutions may be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No walk ins permitted for this event.
Parking: Parking is not included as part of the event fee. Parking is available at various other locations. Please find your appropriate parking.
You must pay in advance during your online registration.