Welcome to the ISACA Tulsa Chapter

Our aim is to sponsor local educational seminars and workshops, conduct regular chapter meetings, and help to further promote and elevate the visibility of the IS audit, control and security profession throughout the region.



What's New

Welcome Tulsa ISACA Chapter Members
The new isaca.org site was launched January 31, 2020. Please update your bookmarks as necessary. 

To provide site feedback or suggestions, please use the 'Contact Us' link on the upper right.

Upcoming Events

BSidesOK 2020 - April 10

ISACA Member Promo Code: zerocool

Training Classes - April 8th - 9th
  • $250/day
  • Cyber Attacks Against the Organization
    • 1 day - Jonathan Kimmitt
  • Privacy Compliance for IT Staff, Auditors, and Leadership
    • 1 day - Jonathan Kimmitt
  • Malware Discovery and Analysis
    • 2 days - Michael Gough
  • Web Application Penetration Testing
    • 2 days - Kris Wall
  • Network Penetration Testing
    • Nathan Sweaney
  • Exploit Development
    • 2 days - Aaron Moss
The Omaha Chapter announced its 8th annual IT Security Seminar in Omaha, Nebraska.
When: April 22, 2020
Where: Bank of the West Auditorium in west Omaha
Fee: $150 (all day event includes 7 hours of CPE credits)
Meals: breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and post-seminar happy hour included
Topics: privacy, blockchain, threat landscape, identification and verification of a vulnerability, and cyber warfare

Updates and Registration: omahaisaca.org 

Tulsa Cyber Summit 2020!

March 23-24
Cox Business Center
100 Civic Center, Tulsa, OK 74103

Register Now

Have questions? Email us at cybersummit@utulsa.edu.

The 2020 Tulsa Cyber Summit welcomes top-tier speakers, including Erin Kenneally, Founder and CEO of Elchemy, Inc. and Derek Vadala, CEO of Cyber Assessments. Join information executives, technology specialists, system administrators and cybersecurity innovators for a national event on trending challenges and strategies within the cyber industry. Participants can choose to attend sessions discussing cybersecurity issues at the leadership or technical levels and are free to move between tracks as desired.