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Southern California's leading conference for IT governance, control, security, and assurance. The conference program and registration is available for the L.A. ISACA chapter's annual spring conference at http://isacala.org/conference and will be held on April 7 – April 9, 2014 at the Universal Hilton and Towers (Universal City). Last year the conference attracted over 325 IT assurance, security and governance professionals in the Southern California area. The Chapter is excited to have the Michael Rasmussen, Chief GRC Pundit of GRC 20/20 to be our keynote speaker on " GRC by Design: Taking an Architecture Approach to Governance, Risk Management & Compliance" and incoming International ISACA President, Robert Stroud, moderate the keynote panel on this topic.
We will also have a variety of program presentations in the following tracks: Accelerating Your Fundamentals; Information Security Issues and Leading Practice; Emerging Issues, Tools & Techniques; and Managing Governance, Risk and Compliance. The pre-conference workshops include "Cloud Computing Security,” and “Risk Scenario Analysis: The Heart of Risk Management.”
We are also excited to offer a two-day CRISC Review Boot Camp with the instructor that offers the same workshop at ISACA's past GRC and CACS conference at a substantially reduced rate. This workshop will help you prepare for the CRISC certification. Finally, we are offering the two-day COBIT5 Foundation Course and exam. This course is usually offered at $1500 and above. The chapter is subsidizing this and offering this at $300 plus the $150 exam feel. Once you pass the exam, you will receive your COBIT5 Foundational Certificate. Seating is limited.
Finally, register early! Spaces in the workshops and conference sessions are limited. Each year, several popular sessions fill up quickly and late registrants have to select alternative sessions. An group discount and early registration discount is available if you register by March 22, 2014.
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