Former White House Chief Information Officer (CIO) Theresa Payton has been named as the keynote speaker for the Irish Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) Conference.
At the ISACA Ireland annual conference “GRC 2.0 – Breaking Down the Silos”, which takes place on the 3rd of October at Dublin’s Croke Park, Payton will shine the spotlight on the challenges CIOs and the wider IT Governance fraternity face in meeting the expectation of supporting their organisation’s goals.
In a backdrop of tighter regulation; the talk will look at maintaining customer privacy and trust, as well as staying ahead of the curve on cyber crime.
President of the ISACA Ireland chapter, Neil Curran, said: “We are delighted to have so many high calibre speakers at this year’s conference. We work in a domain where breaking silos and encouraging greater collaboration, information sharing and pushing information security, risk and compliance higher up the corporate agenda is of critical importance.
“We hope this event will bring the Irish information systems community together sharing best practices and experiences at this educational and great networking event.”
Also speaking at the conference are security analyst and blogger Graham Cluley; Deputy Commissioner at the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (Ireland) John O’Dwyer; Director of MACCSA (Multinational Alliance for Collaborative Cyber Situational Awareness) Patrick Curry; Renowned cyber security expert and CTO of Cytelligence Professor John Walker; as well as Founder of GiveADay and chair of ISACA’s security advisory group, Amar Singh.
Attendees will gain 7 CPEs, networking opportunities and insights into the latest thinking in the fields of audit management, cyber-security, risk management, privacy management, application security and enterprise governance. The event is open to ISACA members as well as non-members and sponsored by Espion, Citi, EY, Integrity Solutions and Allstate.
To find out more and to register for the event, please visit www.isaca.ie