ACS CEO Andrew Johnson will be speaking at this year's OCEANIA CACS Conference with the theme 'Building Trust and Value in a Digital World - Protect, Govern, Empower'. Along with Andrew are other high-profile national and international speakers including ISACA International CEO Matt Loeb, US House of Representatives Inspector General and ISACA International Board Vice Chair The Hon Terry Grafenstine, Australian Signals Directorate David Lewis.
Oceania CACS 2016 Conference, will be hosted by the Papua New Guinea Chapter of ISACA, in association with ISACA Brisbane Chapter. The conference will be held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, 11 – 13 September 2016.
Explore how to ensure organisations keep creating value, while at the same time safeguarding the necessary information. In today’s interconnected world organisations rely more and more on technology that is increasingly interconnected and accessible to third parties. This technology brings a lot of business benefits and creates enormous value for individual organisations and the society, as a whole. It’s difficult to imagine these days, not being able to check-in online for a flight or pay a bill on the mobile. But the same openness and connectivity, as we all know too well, is what creates challenges for us as IS Governance, Assurance and Security professionals.
An overview of the conference highlights is available here.
ISACA PNG and ISACA Brisbane are delighted to offer ACS members the same registration price for CACS as for ISACA members - $1,395. This is a discount of 31% on the standard CACS 2016 registration of $1,995.
ACS Members should choose the ‘Member Standard’ option at checkout to avail of this special registration price.
Register for Oceania CACS 2016 before 6 September 2016 and you will be automatically entered into a draw to win a MacBook Air valued at $1,399. www.oceaniacacs2016.org