February 2019 Monthly Meeting (ETHICS and Internal Audit/Auditor’s Role in SDLC/Social Networking)

When:  Feb 13, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (ET)
ISACA Central Maryland Chapter invites you to an all day monthly meeting on February 13, 2019.  Earn 7 CPEs toward your CISM, CISA, or other certification.  The training session is conveniently located at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute (CCMIT) in Linthicum, Maryland.

Speaker: John Gatto

Topics include:
  • ETHICS and Internal Audit
  • Auditor’s Role in System Development
  • Social Networking – Business, Compliance & Audit Implications

Details on the topics are listed below:


ETHICS and Internal Audit
In these turbulent times, ethics continues to be a frequent topic of corporate, shareholder, stakeholder, and regulatory conversations. Companies continue to look for ways to emphasize the importance of strong ethics, integrity, and proper conduct and seek strategies to embed processes within their organizational structure. Yet, incidents of bad behavior still occur. It is an ever-evolving phenomenon. Once we find the answer to address a specific issue, another question or problem arises.

Ethics impacts every professional's job regardless of status, tenure, or selected profession. For internal auditors, ethics can become a very sensitive issue and political dilemma when attempting to execute their responsibilities and fiduciary duties. Internal auditors are often put in positions where they must make difficult and uncomfortable inquiries. It can appear to management as an attack on personal integrity or on personal morals and ethics.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Describe the IIA Code of Ethics
  • Define the Principles and Rules of Conduct
  • The 7 Attributes of Ethical Internal Auditors
  • Blind spots faced by auditors
  • Ethical decisions

Auditor’s Role in System Development
This session focuses on the need for the auditor to be involved in the various phase of the SDLC process, the different types of review that can be done based on timing and staffing, the risks the audit involvement should help to avoid.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Understand the various phases of the SDLC
  • Utilize a risk approach to identify high risk projects
  • Learn the benefits of being involved during the project life
  • Various reporting mechanisms
  • Time allocation by risk area Value add process for selecting the applications that pose the greatest risk to the company, along with the time allocation, audit steps, and reporting requirements.

Social Networking – Business, Compliance & Audit Implications
Most corporations have social media sites for their customers and clients. These sites could be sources of security risks for the company and the personnel using them. This session will discuss these issues from the corporation’s perspective and from the individual’s perspective.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS:
  • What it is & How it is used
  • Survey Results
  • Various Issues
  • Audit & Control Implications
  • Risk Mitigation

Prices:
Members: $150.00
Non-Members: $200.00
Full-time Students: $115.00

Late Registrations/Cancellations after February 8, 2019: No additional charge for this meeting, however please note that space is limited for this event; registrations will be filled on a first come, first served basis.  Please note refunds will not be given after February 8, although attendance is transferable.

Select "Register Now" to register and obtain more information about topics and speakers.​​

Location

The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute (CCMIT)
692 Maritime Boulevard
Linthicum, MD 21090

Contact

ISACA-CMC Membership

membership@isaca-cmc.org