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The ISACA NJ Chapter is seeking individuals who are willing to contribute their time to assist in Chapter activities.  If you are interested in helping to keep ISACA NJ as one of the best chapters in the world, please email us at volunteer@njisaca.org.

NJ Chapter Noted in
ISACA's SheLeadsTechTM Newsletter

Recently, the ISACA New Jersey Chapter presented its SheLeadsTechTM program at the Social Engineering Awareness Conference (SECON) 2019.  Mizba Tawa, ISACA New Jersey Chapter President, illustrated the programs goals, which include educating employees in the workforce to overcome unconscious biases against women, developing current and future digital leaders with training and skills development programs, and partnering with allies beyond ISACA to address the lack of women in tech on a larger scale. 

More information is available in the SheLeadsTechTM section of this site.  You can also view the latest SheLeadsTechTM news from ISACA here.


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A Note for Event Attendees

When you attend an ISACA New Jersey Chapter (“ISACA”) event or program, you enter an area where photography, audio, and video recording may occur. By entering the event premises, you consent to interview(s), photography, audio recording, video recording and their release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction to be used for news, web casts, promotional purposes, telecasts, advertising, inclusion on websites, social media, or any other purpose by ISACA and its affiliates and representatives. Images, photos, and videos may be used to promote similar ISACA events in the future, highlight the event and exhibit the capabilities of ISACA. You release ISACA, its officers and employees, and each and all persons involved from any liability connected with the taking, recording, digitizing, or publication and use of interviews, photographs, computer images, video and/or or sound recordings.

By attending an ISACA event, you waive all rights you may have to any claims for payment or royalties in connection with any use, exhibition, streaming, web casting, televising, or other publication of these materials, regardless of the purpose or sponsoring of such use, exhibiting, broadcasting, web casting, or other publication irrespective of whether a fee for admission or sponsorship is charged. You also waive any right to inspect or approve any photo, video, or audio recording taken by ISACA or the person or entity designated to do so by ISACA. You have been fully informed of your consent, waiver of liability, and release before entering the event.



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ISACA New Jersey is sponsoring the following events in the upcoming months.  See our Events schedule for further information on these courses.


She Leads Tech –
Mastering the Trust Equation:
Leveraging What You Naturally Lead With
 as Women in Technology

Thursday, March 4, 2021
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

The world of technology is moving at an unprecedented pace.  Consequently, the ability for technologists to be trusted advisors, not just skilled problem solvers, has become even more pervasive and indeed critical.  Enter the trust equation, a framework first brought to light in 2001 in the book The Trusted Advisor. The trust equation focuses on four essential variables of trustworthiness: credibility, reliability, intimacy, and (low) self-orientation. While the importance of working all four variables is not unique to gender, this session will illustrate how women in tech can excel by leveraging your natural strengths while mitigating common obstacles.

If interested in an interactive session to learn more about building trust as a woman in technology, then this session is for you!


IIA Chicago 60th Virtual Annual Seminar

Monday, March 8, 2021
7:30 AM - 6:00 PM (CST)

Have you registered for one of the largest IIA events of the year? The first 1,300 registrants will receive a commemorative gift – you won’t want to miss this! Please ensure you include your current mailing address in your registration so you receive the attendee gift. This year's keynote speakers include the nation's leading Body Language Expert, Jan Hargrave; artificial intelligence engineer, IBM Champion, and Google developer expert Tanmay Bakshi; and best-selling author and CEO of Storytelling with Data, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic.

For more details about this event or to register:


Practical Application of COBIT:
Designing a Tailored Governance and Assurance System
Using the COBIT Design Factors

Thursday, March 18, 2021
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

With the growing complexity of today’s information and technology environments, having a proper governance framework tailored to your unique environment is key. A tailored governance system requires a multitude of components such as processes, organizational structures, information flows, behaviors, etc. All these need to work together in a systemic way in any governance system which will synchronize the IT, business and assurance functions. This workshop will explore the flexibility of the COBIT 2019 framework and help you develop a tailored governance system using the design factors with a real-world case study.

Watch the presenter, Mark Thomas, describe the course contents.  For more information and to register to attend this event, click here.


Audit Security and Controls
in the World of Emerging Technologies

Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence,
Robotic Processing Analysis, and Blockchain

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

As the world of emerging technologies is starting to deploy in organizations and government sectors, there is a need for auditors, information security personnel, and control professionals to understand the various frameworks and technologies. This includes required security controls and business risks that could impact the organization. The objectives of this session are to:

  • Provide an understanding of the emerging technologies, specifically Cybersecurity, AI, and Blockchain.
  • Learn how the emerging technologies are being used and potential ethical issues that may arise.
  • Identify some of the risk and internal control issues in emerging technologies.
  • Provide examples of assurance, audit programs, and audit frameworks that can be used by auditors and control professionals.

Stay tuned for further news and registration information!



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