CISA REVIEW COURSE
The course is designed to prepare the attendee to take and pass the CISA® certification examinations in 2019. The course will be available on site at Bank of Tokyo, 34 Exchange Place, Jersey City, NJ OR via live broadcast on the Internet. Click on the button for more information and to register to attend.
Persuasive Communication Skills
for Auditors and Security Professionals
Thursday, May 9, 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Holiday Inn Clark
36 Valley Road, Clark, NJ 07066
Persuasion is a critical communication skill necessary in almost every field or function. Unfortunately, the education and training for more technical roles often neglects soft skills topics, which this event looks to compensate for. The event begins with an overview of basic persuasive principles before diving into more specific tools, tactics, and activities. In addition to general persuasive skills, this event will focus specifically on auditor and consultant-client engagements. We will discuss how to be persuasive through a variety of communication channels like email, formal presentations, and reports. Participants will walk away having developed a plan and persuasive message for a situation of their choosing, as well as guides and best practices for most of the common situations they will encounter.
For more information and to register to attend this event, click HERE.
SOCIAL ENGINEERING AWARENESS CONFERENCE
4 Keynotes / 2 CISO Panels / 14 Speakers
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
1075 Morris Ave, Union, NJ
SECON is where the Cybersecurity, Risk and Audit fields merge to demonstrate the disruptive ways in which professionals and businesses manage, detect and mitigate risk. It is the premier New Jersey event on the industry calendar where C-Level Executives, renowned speakers, innovators, and disruptors come together to drive change in the future of cybersecurity.
As part of the conference, NJ ISACA is sponsoring a session on ISACA's SheLeadsTechTM program, designed to increase the representation of women in technology leadership roles and the tech workforce. The program engages in the following efforts to reach its goals:
- Educating employees, allies, and engaged professionals to overcome unconscious biases against women in the workforce.
- Preparing current and upcoming female leaders for the digital future through training and skills development programs.
- Building strategic partnerships beyond ISACA to support unique challenges in each region.
For further details, check the SECON website.
Emerging Trends in Cyber Analytics
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Stevens Institute of Technology
Babbio Center Room 122
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Stevens Institute of Technology, in partnership with the New Jersey Chapter of ISACA will host the Fourth Annual FinCyberSec Conference. The one-day conference will explore technical, regulatory, process, and human dimensions of cyber threats faced by financial systems and markets. This year’s event will examine emerging trends in Cyber Analytics, the use of cyber data to protect the enterprise, detection of cyber incidents, and response to active threats.
The Financial Cybersecurity Project (FinCyberSec) is a research initiative at Stevens Institute of Technology. The project examines critical topics concerning the safeguarding of financial systems and markets against emerging cyber threats to information, technologies, and operations. The threats continue to increase in complexity and sophistication. The need for strong collaboration between industry, government, and academia has never been greater.
For further information and to register to attend this event, click here.
Data Classification, Protection,
and Auditing Seminar
Wednesday, June 11, 2019
This seminar will provide a detailed approach to starting an organization’s data security program, and how to improve it or an existing program through an iterative increasing maturity model. The seminar will begin with a discussion of data classification and why it’s such a crucial starting point for a robust and complete data protection strategy. The policy, staff, and technology requirements for a complete data loss prevention (DLP) program will be presented, focusing on common pitfalls, so they can be avoided. The current state of the art in product technology will be discussed along with best practices for implementation. The security impact of locating everything in the cloud will be discussed. New techniques to auditing will be offered. The seminar will end with a Q&A session to help clarify any points from the wealth of information provided.
Further details and registration information will be made available soon.
19th Fraud Conference
Friday, June 14, 2019, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
RUTGERS School of Business
1 Washington Park,
Room 220, Bove Auditorium
Newark, NJ 07102
The 19th Fraud Seminar is being presented by Rutgers Business School (Newark) in conjunction with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – New Jersey Chapter #9 (“ACFENJ”). This event offers a unique forum to discuss emerging issues in fraudulent activity with experts and an outstanding opportunity to earn reasonable CPE credits in today’s economic times. Topics to be presented are:
- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
- Ethics - the Business Case for Corporate Responsibility
- Elder Fraud - Financial Abuse Trends
- Audit of Complex Technology – AI and Blockchain
The online registration form, as well as additional conference information, will be available shortly.