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Elections Slate

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The following is the slate for AGM (Annual General Meeting) 2022 Elections on June 21st. President Kevin Cedeno Ray Harris Vice-President Alex Hazy Marketing Director Dwight Campbell Government Relations and Advocacy  Jacob Henson Webmaster/Site Administrator  Cade Thomas
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ISACA Huntsville members and community colleagues, the following positions are currently available for this year's elections. Please take the time to review the positions descriptions and feel free to enter nominations in your name or to nominate others at nominations@isaca-huntsville.org . Please remember to provide email, phone # or social media profile to contact your nominees. The nomination committee will review and contact each submission. ​ Chapter President The chapter president is the executive head of the chapter and is usually seen by the membership and the community as the local representative of ISACA. The president ensures chapter activities ...
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It is time to say good-bye to 2020. Many would agree that 2020 has been life-changing and emotionally challenging, but as we continue to move forward and drive into 2021, we can wave to 2020 in the rear-view mirror with a sense of hope. First and foremost, we would like to thank all of our Huntsville Chapter Members for your continued support during a challenging year. We faced many changes but our most impactful was converting from our monthly in-person Lunch-n-Learn to an Online Live session. During the process we lost our ability to network. We are working to rectify this in 2021. In addition, we are starting some new initiatives in 2021. She Leads Tech ...
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Season Greetings and Happy Holidays to everyone. It’s been a challenging year and I’m sure everyone is looking forward to a better 2021. Before we look to the upcoming year, I would like to recap 2020 for the Huntsville ISACA Chapter. I’m proud to announce that our chapter is continuing to grow, and we have surpassed 200 members this year.  Our chapter has also figured out a way to continue operating during the coronavirus pandemic by providing education and training in the virtual environment. COVID-19 has thrown several monkey wrenches into our processes and procedures, but I was always told “What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.” So, as we look to the ...
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A Message on COVID-19

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Thank you for staying engaged with ISACA during this difficult time; as we navigate the COVID-19 crisis, you remain our first priority. We are looking forward to welcoming you to our online web conferences. ISACA has compiled a list of resources on business continuity, crisis management, resiliency and remote work to help you navigate these challenging times from a business perspective. From a personal perspective, please know that you and your families are on our minds. Wishing you good health and we are looking forward to connecting with you soon.
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Big Announcement Coming Up!

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Big announcement will be coming up in the next few days. Very exciting stuff.
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We have partnered up with Lockheed Martin in coordinating a Cyber Awareness event on Wednesday, October 23rd from 11AM to 1PM. Our chapter will be sponsoring the Madison City Schools Cyber Academy students who will be interfacing with LM employees on simple ways to think and apply cyber in their everyday life. Lockheed HR representative will meet with the students and explain a new high school internship program at Lockheed for multi-discipline career paths. We believe this would be a great platform to get exposure to these students with the excellent Lockheed Martin workforce and intern opportunities. We also hope this will serve as an opportunity to bring ...
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Job List Now Available

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New Job List section is now available - Log in to view and bookmark it! The Huntsville Chapter actively engages with employers in the Tennessee Valley area and South East region to bring opportunities to our chapter members. By building great relationships with hiring managers, recruiting teams, and other local organizations, we provide tangible value to our members to advance their careers. At the same time, hiring teams should feel confident that by hiring an ISACA Huntsville member, they are investing their time and resources in engaged and proactive professionals. Contact us if you or your team has open positions you would like to advertise to our members! ...
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Chapter newsletter for 1st quarter of 2019 is now available in the chapter library. You can access it by login in, under the Chapter Library. http://engage.isaca.org/huntsvillechapter/ourlibrary/chapterlibrary/viewdocument?DocumentKey=a6260f7e-7572-47f0-a913-39bf28cdecfe
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Chapter members can now access slide decks shared by speakers for distribution from the Member Only Content menu.   Documents are be sorted by most recent items when using List View . Log in as a member and access member-exclusive content.
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50 Years in the Making

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On 23 October 1969 – Just a few months after Apollo 11 landed on the moon – Stuart Tymauer and six others incorporated the Electronic Data Processing Auditors Association (EDPAA), the precursor of ISACA. “From that point on, it was up to the association to parallel the rapid progress of computer technology in order to provide current and relevant information to its members,” according to Robert Parker, another ISACA past president. What started as informal dinner meetings at a local restaurant in California, was to become a global technological movement. “There was no authoritative source of information. No cohesive force, no place to turn to for guidance,” ...
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