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2014 May - Evaluating BCP / Cloud Risks

When: April 2, 2014 - 1300-16300

Where: RTP HQ

Registration: Website


ISACA-RTC Members - Free (Log in to register)

Affiliated Organizations (IIA, ISSA, Othe ISACA Chapters) - $25

All Others: $40

CPEs: Upto 3

Session I (1300-1430) - Evaluating Your BCP:  Beyond Checklists and Walkthroughs

Handout: Evaluating Your BCP

Speaker: Troy Harris

Troy Harris, CBCP, leads McGladrey's Business Continuity Planning consulting practice. He has over 15 years of business continuity planning experience and he has served as both an internal recovery coordinator and an external BCP consultant. Troy has served organizations in a wide variety of industries in both the public and private sectors.  Troy and his team help organizations to prepare for disasters by assisting them to develop, test, and enhance their Business Continuity Plan (BCP), or by providing an objective assessment of their existing BCP and their overall Business Continuity Planning Program. He is a frequent speaker on disaster mitigation and recovery planning concepts at both the national and regional levels.

Session II (1500-1630): Risks of Cloud, Social Media, Big Data, Mobile  

Handout: Hacking Your Organization Through Emerging Technologies

Speaker: Andrew Weidenhamer

Andrew Weidenhamer is a Security and Privacy Manager in the McGladrey LLP technology risk advisory services practice. With over 8 years of consulting within the information security and data governance field, Andrew has a unique combination of technical and business related skills which allow him to perform in multiple roles. The bulk of his Security/Privacy experience however is comprised of performing technical assessments which include Internal, External, and Web Application Penetration Assessment.  Andrew has had the privilege of speaking at national security and hacking conferences such as Defcon, OWASP AppSec, and Rochester Security Summit to name a few.