ISACA is an international professional association focused on IT governance. It was known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, although ISACA now goes only by its acronym.
On day one, Monday June 1st, of the ISACA two-day (6/1, 6/2) risk management virtual seminar, Doug will lead a webinar from 8:30am – 4:30pm CDT, based on the 2nd edition of his book, The Failure of Risk Management. Doug is the creator of the quantitative risk assessment methodology, AIE (Applied Information Economics). The AIE method is used by Fortune 500 companies, federal and state governments, the U.S. military, and leading multi-national corporations across the globe.
Doug’s webinar will guide you through how risk management is failing today, including taking a look at the critical flaws of existing methods and how in the 21st century these antiquated models expose organizations to even greater risk. Participants will also learn what they can do to improve their risk management systems by using proven, quantitative methods to reduce uncertainty and make better decisions. (8 CPEs)
The ISACA community is guided by a purpose and promise, which defines the essence of who they are and what they do. Their purpose is the reason they exist—to help business technology professionals and their enterprises around the world realize the positive potential of technology. Their promise is how they, as an organization and as individuals, deliver on their purpose: inspiring confidence that enables innovation through technology.
ISACA has served their professional community for more than 50 years. The association was incorporated as the EDP Auditors Association in 1969 by a small group of individuals who recognized a need for a centralized source of information and guidance in the new field of electronic data processing audit. Today, ISACA serves 145,000 professionals in 180 countries, who span several roles in assurance, governance, risk and information security.