Bring Experts to Your Desktop
Rolling Meadows, IL, USA (11 December 2012)—Cloud is increasingly being used in businesses worldwide, which means that security must now involve a hybrid approach to protect the apps and data hosted in the cloud. ISACA, a global association of 100,000 IT professionals, will provide security tactics for the hybrid cloud during its free virtual conference titled Secure the Hybrid Cloud: Protecting Users, APIs and Devices on Wednesday, 12 December 2012, from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. CDT (UTC-5).
Experts presenting at this virtual conference will drill into practical actions for users and suppliers. Attendees can learn to:
“Cloud computing is nothing new, but implementing plans to maintain control of it are ongoing, evolving challenges,” said Greg Grocholski, CISA, international president of ISACA and chief audit executive at The Dow Chemical Company. “Attendees will leave the conference with valuable tools to protect and govern their enterprises’ cloud computing activities and help ensure trust in and value from their information systems.”
During the virtual seminar, participants can attend sessions, connect with other attendees and “visit” exhibitor booths. Attendees can earn up to six free continuing professional education (CPE) hours. To learn more about ISACA’s global events, visit www.isaca.org/conferences.
About ISACA’s Cloud Computing Initiative
ISACA has been a pioneer in cloud governance, risk and compliance (GRC). A member of the Cloud Security Alliance, the association has published IT Control Objectives for Cloud Computing, a cloud computing audit program and cloud-related white papers, and holds cloud-related education sessions worldwide. Its flagship COBIT 5 framework for the governance and management of IT helps enterprises worldwide with effective governance of cloud initiatives.