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 April 2014 IIA Chapter Meeting

4/8/2014 8:00 AM
4/8/2014 10:00 AM
The Boathouse at Confluence Park |  
The Central Ohio Chapter of the IIA presents
Data Security Breaches:
Internal Audit’s Role in Prevention
Christopher R. Debo, CISA, Senior Internal Audit Manager, Schneider Downs & Co.
8:00am – 8:30am: Registration
8:30am – 9:00am: Breakfast
9:00am - 10:00am: Presentation
$25 – Members
$35 – Nonmembers
As the occurrence, severity and sophistication of data security breaches continues to rise across the globe, organizations of all shapes and sizes are struggling to keep pace with the myriad of risks, vulnerabilities and regulatory requirements that must be addressed to prevent themselves from becoming the next victim of a successful attack.  Additionally, internal auditors are grappling with trying to define their role in the nebulous world of data security, privacy and compliance.  Although every organization and industry is different and there is not cut-and-dry approach for ensuring success, we will highlight some of the critical factors for ensuring that your organization is doing everything they can to address data security.  Topics include:
·         Data Security: Current State of Affairs
·         Recent High-Profile Breaches
·         Evolving World of Cyber Crime: Can We Keep Up?
·         What Can Internal Auditors Do?
·         Assessing Risk
·         Key Focus Areas
·         Going Beyond IT General Controls
·         Barriers to Success
·         Strategic Planning
·         The Future of Data Security
Christopher R. Debo, CISA
Senior Manager, Internal Audit and Risk Advisory Services
Chris Debo rejoined Schneider Downs in 2013 as Senior Manager in charge of our Columbus office IT Audit Services within the Internal Audit and Risk Advisory Services practice. His 12 years of information technology experience includes six years of IT audit and security experience as well as multiple years of experience in software development, business intelligence, ERP implementations and project management.
Chris currently oversees all facets of IT audit and advisory services including SSAE 16 audits, enterprise risk assessments, regulatory compliance, vulnerability assessments, business continuity planning, and non-traditional IT risk services. He is also responsible for IT consulting services such as process reviews, requirements definition, solution selection, implementation services, project management, data warehousing and reporting, enterprise architecture review, and network support services.
Chris has a broad background in all facets of information technology, including operations, software development, systems implementations, data warehousing, cloud computing, project management, and IT audit. His industry experience includes finance, healthcare, manufacturing, education, not-for-profit, government, retail, oil & gas and automotive.
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