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 Luncheon Meeting - Joint IIA and ISACA

Speaker Presentation
4/10/2013 11:30 AM
4/10/2013 1:30 PM
AMN Healthcare, Inc., 12400 High Bluff Drive, San Diego | California

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This is the annual joint meeting of San Diego chapters of the IIA and ISACA
Hosted by AMN Healthcare.  AMN_Logo.jpg

 EVENT SPONSORED BY: 
Note the change in location for this luncheon.  It is in conjunction with the all day seminar.

Speaker: Adam Brand, Protiviti, Associate Director, Contextual Vulnerability Rating for Effective Vulnerability Management

BIO:  Adam Brand
Adam Brand is an Associate Director with Protiviti's Information Security practice. He has been involved in a variety of areas in information security, from strategic planning and remediation activities, to audits and incident response. He holds the PCI QSA, CISSP, CISA, ITIL Foundations, and GIAC GREM (Reverse Engineering Malware) certifications. A current main focus of his is helping organizations redesign information security processes to be more effective and service-oriented.
 
Session Title
Contextual Vulnerability Rating for Effective Vulnerability Management
 
Executive Summary and Learning Objectives
The information security threat landscape has never been more hostile, and many organizations are
struggling with how to find time to effectively defend against determined attackers when the odds
seem so stacked against them. Unfortunately, many organizations are set back even further through
over-reliance on the results of security scanning tools and the ratings those tools apply to
discovered vulnerabilities. This presentation discusses the dangers of relying on these scanner
risk ratings, and how a more contextually aware approach can result in improved results and less
energy expended on low-value activities.
 
Session Attendees Will Learn How To: 
·Identify inconsistencies in the scanner-centric model
·Clarify organizational objectives for risk ratings
·Develop and execute a contextual vulnerability rating program
·Improve credibility with IT Operations through accurate vulnerability ratings
·Communicate more clearly with Executive Management on Vulnerability Management 
 

Member (IIA/ISACA):     $35
Non-Member:                 $40
Student:                          $10
Late Registration          $45

 More Info to come!

 

    Learning Objectives: Improve knowledge and skills related to auditing in information technology.
    1 CPE hour
    Method:  Group-Live
    Field of Study:  Auditing (General)
    Program Level:  Intermediate     
    Prerequisites:  None
    Advanced Preparation:  None
 

  

Please make your reservations by 4:00pm, Friday April 5, 2013. Reservations made after that date will at the late registration rate of $45. 
 

To register and pay in advance, please use the PayPal link below.  If you use the PayPal link, there is no need to use the registration link below.  To register only and pay at the door, please click on the registration only link below.  Please note that we do not accept credit cards at the door, only cash or checks. 

REGISTRATION ONLY:  To register only and pay at the door, please click HERE. 

 

 
Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be received by Monday April 8, 2013.   No refunds will be granted afterwards.
Complaint Resolution Policy:  Contact the Hospitality Chairperson, John Teevan 
for refund, complaint or cancellation policies.  

The Institute of Internal Auditors, San Diego Chapter is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors - Sponsor #109486. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.