The Summit on IT Governance, Risk and Compliance
Hilton Boston Back Bay
September 24-25, 2013
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Advances in information technology continue to drive business enablement and profitability across all industries. With the advances and greater reliance on information technology, there comes an ever-increasing risk to the business. In some cases, business process has become so reliant on technology that conventional business process controls can no longer offset general IT controls. This, taken with the reality of increased threat of cyber criminals and terrorists, makes it more important than ever for companies, governmental entities, and charitable organizations to have a solid IT Governance, Risk and Compliance (IT GRC) program.
This year's Summit will give you insight into evolving risks and trends that could affect your GRC program. Whether you have a long-established program, are getting started on a new program, or are in the process of rebuilding your program, you will learn what other organizations are doing to address this new environment.
Addressing Evolving Risks and Trends
Building a Successful IT GRC Program
Creating an Effective Relationship with Internal Audit
Using COBIT 5.0 as a Framework for Auditing Social Media
Security and Risk Considerations for BYOD Implementations
Developing and Implementing an ERM Framework
Incorporating New Regulations into Your IT Compliance Program
Debra Banning, Global Director, Information Security Center of Expertise, Experis
Shelbi L. Rombout, Senior Vice President, Global Information Security Compliance, Bank of America
W1 Building a Risk-Based Audit Universe Using Data Mining
W2 Creating Custom Metrics for your Audit Department
W3 Conquering IT Risk Management