The ISACA South Africa Chapter successfully hosted its Annual Conference at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg from 29 to 30 August 2016. The event was attended by approx. 450 delegates. International and local industry leaders shared valuable information and enlightened the audience with their insights on current trends and developments.
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Here is what delegates, sponsors and guest speakers had to say about the event:
Wow, a panel of experts and gurus who were involved in the development of COBIT 5. First-hand information right there.
Congrats ISACA for bringing such a quality knowledgable ppl together for us..one of the best conferences I’ve attended so far.
Mark Thomas explains balancing performance and conformance in simple terms. Thank you ISACA for bringing experienced presenters.
ISACA provides a continued support even after the conference. It’s not late to be part of the this knowledge society.
If you missed this ISACA SA Annual Conference, make sure u don’t miss the 2017.
Interesting panel on Governance of Enterprise IT; COBIT 5 is the mother of all frameworks!
Thank you to all our guest speakers for delivering valuable and insightful presentations! Herewith copies of the presentations that the speakers allowed us to share:
- Barbara Jaftha: What is in your hands?
- Beatri Meyer: Why do Women excel in IT Leadership Positions
- Brett van Niekerk and Beer Duvenage: Cyber Intelligence and Counter Intelligence
- Carolynn Chalmers: King IV and the Corporate Governance of IT
- Jason Jordaan: Understanding Digital Forensics
- Claudelle von Eck: Navigating Through Ethical Dilemmas
- Gary Hardy: 10 Common IT Management Mistakes
- Jerusa Verasamy: Technology Assurance
- John Tannahill: Key Tools for a Network Security Assessment
- John Tannahill: Virtualisation Security and Audit
- John Thorp and Peter Harrison: Realising Value in a Digital World
- John Thorp and Peter Harrison: Realising the Business Benefits of IT Investments
- Justin Williams: Community Engagement
- Kgabo Ralebepa: Shaping Women Leaders in Technology
- Liaane de Witt: The Ekurhuleni Roadmap to creating a security framework
- Mark Thomas: COBIT and Frameworks
- Mark Thomas: COBIT and Risk
- Michiel Jonker and Oupa Mbokodo: We architect on the wrong assumptions
- Patrick Ryan: Life after auditing
- Peter Hill: POPI
- Rachela Shachman: Sampling
- Raymond Du Plessis: Vulnerability Management Life Cycle
- Rob Clyde: The rise of the digital universe
- Sandhya Mohan-Pillai: Third Party Risk Management
- Sean Howell: Current and Emerging Threats in Cyber Security
- Tichaona Zororo: Governance and Auditing of Social Media Using COBIT 5
- Tunde Ogunkoya: State of Risk