Oceania CACS2012 is the region’s leading conference and must-attend event for IT audit, control, security and governance professionals. This year the conference will focus on 'embracing uncertainty and delivering value in turbulent times’ – a broad theme that explores the value and role of information system risk and strategies. Highly respected industry experts will present their latest thinking, research and practical case studies in topical presentations and workshops that delve into some of the biggest challenges currently facing IT audit and security professionals.
For more than 30 years, ISACA, the leading global association representing more than 100,000 IT risk and governance professional worldwide, has been host to a series of computer audit, control and security (CACS) conferences held around the world. The nonprofit, independent ISACA was established in 1969 and now has members in 180 countries. ISACA developed the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) certifications, as well as the COBIT framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT.
Event Start Date: Monday 10th September 2012
Event End Date: Wednesday 12th September
Event Location: Te Papa – Museum of New Zealand, Wellington
Visit: www.oceaniacacs2012.org or www.isaca.org
Te Papa – Museum of New Zealand, Wellington
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