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2015 October Full Day Training Session

When: October 7, 2015 - 0800-1630

Where: RTP HQ

Registration: Website


ISACA-RTC Members - $50 (Log in to register)

Affiliated Organizations (IIA, ISSA, Othe ISACA Chapters) - $75

All Others: $100

CPEs: Upto 8


Perimeter & Physical Security

Physical security requirements have increased significantly. Executives want to provide a safe and secure environment for their management and staff.

They also want to ensure that the controls do not infringe on employee rights or result in unncessary delays entering or leaving the building. This seminar is designed to provide the participant with skills they need to perform a full proximity, perimeter and physical security assessment. The participants will learn how to conduct a structured, detailed threat analysis and to prepare risk assessment for each component of the review. They will then learn how to implement facility, employee and executive security measures. This seminar includes unauthorized surveillance techniques. The instructor will also cover countermeasures and detection procedures. By the end of this session, the participants should be able to perform their first comprehensive security review of their facilities and employee and executive security.

Detailed list of topics to be covered:

Speakers:  Walt Conway

 Walt Conway, CIA, CISA, CRMA is a pert-time instructor for Canaudit as well as the Assistant Director of the Lehigh University Internal Audit Department. Walt received a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance/Computer Information Systems from Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania and a Master of Business Administration degree from Lehigh University in Bethelhem, Pennsylvania. He also completed undergraduate coursework for a Post-Baccalaureate Major in Accounting from Muhlenburg College. Walt joined Lehigh University's Internal Audit Department in January of 1999, after working slightly less than 10 years in the corporate sector for several companies as a programmer, systems analyst, information systems auditor, operational auditor and business analyst. His background extends across many industries including: manufacturing, consumer products, chemicals, banking, financial services, insurance and higher education. In addition, Walt has served as a past member of the Board of Governors of his local IIA chapter as well as the chairperson for its Advanced Technology Committee. He has also served as an adjunct instructor in Information Systems for Albright College teaching Systems Analysis and Design courses.