Wasserman Award Nomination

2022 Joseph J. Wasserman Award Nominations

ISACA New York Metropolitan Chapter is currently seeking nominations for the 2022 Joseph J. Wasserman Award. The Joseph J. Wasserman Award is presented by the Chapter at its Annual Gala/Wasserman Award Dinner, in June or July. This award has been bestowed annually since the Chapter's inception in 1978, and recognizes Outstanding Achievement and Contribution to the Information Systems Audit, Control, Security, Risk Management, and/or Governance professions (the “Community".)
Nominees must have made a significant contribution and be currently active in the Community. Essential characteristics include integrity, humility, non-self-promoting, selfless dedication to enriching the Community, and motivation for the best interests of the ISACA membership.

Examples of outstanding achievement and contribution are: solving significant persistent issues in audit, control, information security, risk management, and governance; building an audit or cyber security tool or process that addresses a major industry gap; contributing to innovative research on topics of importance to the Community; and volunteering for ISACA or other non-for-profit technology organization. These achievements or contributions would be considered gold standards for reference in Community.
Nominees will be carefully evaluated by the Chapter’s Wasserman Committee who will make a final recommendation to the ISACA Board of Directors.

All Chapter members are invited to nominate candidates for the Wasserman Award. The nomination must include a short bio of the proposed candidate and specific examples of achievements, contributions, and essential characteristics as outlined above. Submit the Nomination Form to alexander.abramov@isacany.org by February 25, 2022.

Nomination Form


Alexander E. Abramov

Chair, Wasserman Award Committee

ISACA New York Metropolitan Chapter