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2020 June Training Session - Webinar

When: June 03, 2020 - 1300-1430
Where: Webinar
Registration: Website
Cost:  Free
CPEs: Upto 1.5
Handouts: Will Be Uploaded When available

Session I Data Analytics for IT Assurance

Summary
Organizations face challenging complexity when managing risk related to achieving IT objectives. Disruptions in technology and environment add to the complexity. GRC tools and solutions may help to document policies, track audit procedures, and report on compliance, but do not replace an aligned approach for governance that uses a common language and understanding of risk, driven by data. How can assurance professionals, organizational managers, and regulators leverage data analytics to support effective IT risk management and cybersecurity? This presentation provides an overview of practices for using data analytics to enhance and enable assurance over IT objectives.
Learning Objectives
After attending this presentation, participants will understand:

  • Understand concepts in data analytics related to IT assurance
  • Identify components of a conceptual framework for providing data-driven insights and recommendations
  • Recognize issues and obstacles for using analytics in assurance along with some potential solutions

 

Speaker: Roberto Valdez, CPA, CISA, CISM, Director of Cybersecurity & Automation, Kaufman Rossin

roberto valdezRoberto Valdez, CPA, CISA, CISM is the Director of Cybersecurity & Automation for Kaufman Rossin. He performs advisory and assurance engagements that include robotic process automation and digital strategies; SOC 1, 2, and 3 audits; IT risk assessments; phishing simulations; and engagements addressing compliance with requirements under HIPAA, FINRA, and SOX 404.
President of ISACA South Florida, Rob is a motivated advocate for building trust in technology through community development and education. He is an adjunct professor with Florida Atlantic University, and he has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, TechRepublic, the South Florida Business Journal, Healthcare Business, and other publications.