ISACA Puget Sound Chapter AGM Meeting & Educational event

When:  Jun 2, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (PT)

Registration closed - at capacity.

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NOTE: The Annual General Meeting (AGM) (message from the chapter president, overview of financials, COVID19 impacts) and Board Elections will be conducted at this meeting. Please find the list of proposed ISACA Board Members for 2020-2021 here. Meeting will commence at 11:35. We will not be able to admit anyone once the meeting starts so please be on time. This is due to the CPE requirement and the need to conduct board elections.

Cost - Free (ISACA Puget Sound members only). Limited to first 100 people. 1.5 CPE

Creating Trust in Enterprise Blockchain Networks

While blockchain technology creates strong cryptographic controls securing the integrity of data, successful, cooperative blockchain networks must establish trust between a variety of independent entities to create overall trust. In this presentation, Scott Perry will discuss how trust is created in blockchain systems and the varying layers (i.e. ledger, agent, credential exchange and governance) that add trust within interoperable parties and reliance to external blockchains within the web of trust.

As an active member of the Sovrin Governance Working Group and author of the first robust trust assurance model for blockchains, he will discuss how all blockchains networks can add accountability within stakeholder roles to ensure that blockchains are trustworthy above the embedded cryptographic trust assertions.

 The target of this presentation is leaders and participants in industry who are seeking greater acceptance and assurance in the trustworthiness of their network.

Come to learn which role systems auditors, cybersecurity professionals, and risk management experts will have to play to ensure trust must be built and maintained when adopting such cutting-edge technologies.

Speaker Bio:
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Scott S. Perry CPA, CISA
Principal, scottperrycpa.com

In his over 25-year professional career, Scott’s extensive experience as a Manager, Senior Manager and Director at two Big Four audit firms and one national consulting firm has led him to drive his own licensed, nationally operating boutique CPA Firm based in Seattle specializing in cyber security audits. He audits and advises companies that issue website security certificates to 1/2 of the worlds publicly addressable websites. He has served as external auditor for such Fortune 150 companies as Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon, Starbucks, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Paccar. He represented the US delegation to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27. In 2013, he led a study group authorized by ISO to analyze global PKI standards, Procedures and audit practices. This has led to the redrafting of ISO/IEC TR 14516: Guidelines for the use and management of trust service providers. He is an advisor to the US Federal government on PKI Audit and has co-authored the Sovrin Governance Framework V2 the Trust Assurance Framework for a global identity blockchain.

Scott leads his own licensed, nationally operating boutique CPA Firm based in Seattle specializing in cyber security audits. He audits and advises companies that issue website security certificates to 1/2 of the worlds publicly addressable websites. He has served as external auditor for such Fortune 150 companies as Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon, Starbucks, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Paccar. He is an advisor to the US Federal government on PKI Audit and has co-authored the Sovrin Governance Framework V2 the Trust Assurance Framework for a global identity blockchain.

Location

Dial-in Instructions:
This meeting will be conducted online via Zoom. Zoom access code will be sent to registrants prior to the meeting.