Welcome to the SC Midlands Chapter of ISACA Site!
Check out our website for all our upcoming classes in the next few months.
May 14 – RSA and Accuvant will present “Processes, Risks and Controls: Establishing a Solid GRC Foundation”, “Advanced Security: Security teams need more firepower!”, and “Governance before Provisioning – The new approach to Identity Management projects” at the Ndoki Lodge at Riverbanks Zoo. This will be a half day class followed by our annual social event from 6 - 8pm. Register now for a great event and fun time in a brand new setting for our ISACA chapter.
June 8 – 10 – we are having a 3 Day Security/Audit conference with Ken Cutler. Your Choice of ½ day sessions on Day 1, or attend Day 1, Day 2 & 3, or all 3 days. Topics are:
Winning the Great Shell Game: Auditing the Many Faces of Chg Cntl – ½ Day (4 CPEs)
Dancing With Penguins: Linux as an Audit Target and IT Audit Tool – ½ Day (4 CPEs)
Auditing in CyberSpace: Locating and Reducing Risks in Web Apps – 2 Days (16 CPEs)
July – We plan to have Stu Henderson return for a 1 day course.
August – our own member, Brian Kelley will present a class on ETL: Security & Auditing Across the Entire Data Flow.
We are seeking volunteers to help out with various tasks related to education and other events throughout the year. Tasks include class announcements, facility procurement and set-up, registration, etc. We can be flexible with schedules so you can help out monthly or only for certain event(s).
Please contact me at President@scisaca.org for more details.
Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate Exam Now Being Offered
ISACA’s Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) offers myriad resources to help you and your chapter members learn more about cybersecurity. ISACA can help you and your fellow members emerge as cybersecurity leaders with the offering of the Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate.
The Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate exam, which is geared toward anyone interested in pursuing a career in cybersecurity, can be taken online. The certificate aligns with the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) and the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA). To earn the certificate, you must pass the exam and agree to adhere to ISACA’s Code of Professional Ethics. ISACA has created the Cybersecurity Fundamentals Study Guide to help learners prepare for the exam.
For more information on the Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate, visit the Cybersecurity Nexus page of the ISACA web site.
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