Webinar: Robotic Process Automation and the Future of Risk

Robotic Process Automation and the Future of Risk

This webinar will provide a brief background and high-level overview of Robotic Process Automation, ways in which it can be leveraged for Risk and Security, some practical use cases including lessons learned.

Presented by: Amanda Cuccinello | Advisory Services Ernst & Young, LLP

When: 12-1 PM, November 29, 2017

Where: Sign up for the webinar here

ITACS Webinar Series

ITACS Spans Continents With New Expansion into China

Temple University – Beijing National Accounting Institute for international ITACS educational partnership

ITACS Students Win ISACA Philadelphia Chapter’s 2017 Scholarship Competition!

ITACS Students win 1st and 2nd place in ISACA Philadelphia Chapter’s 2017 Scholarship Competition!

  • 1st  Place – $2,500 Scholarship awarded to Ioannis (“Yanni”) Haviaras  (read Yanni’s essay here)
  • 2nd Place – $1,500 awarded to Paul Linkchorst (read Paul’s essay here

The competition’s announcement asked participants to select and write an essay on one of the 3 topics provided:

1. Increasing Speed and Sophistication of Cyber Attacks
2. Privacy and Identity Management
3. Strategic Workforce Planning

…Yanni’s and Paul’s essays responded to the first topic – “Increasing Speed and Sophistication of Cyber Attacks”

For me,” Paul Linkchorst reported, “I just initially saw the case competition in ISACA’s weekly newsletter and was reminded by professors/staff of the ITACS program.  I simply wrote up an essay using knowledge from coursework, work experience and critical thinking on certain topics.  After receiving the award, I was able to attend ISACAs Philly Chapter meeting where I received the award and was able to network with professionals.

 

 

Threats & Opportunities in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

IBITBarbariansThe IBIT Report – Threats & Opportunities in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) authored by ITACS Director David Lanter provides an insightful history of the development of GIS and related technologies, outlines a framework for classifying sensitive geospatial data based on factors of risk and value, and provides a processing for recognizing, governing and mitigating cyber security risks.  The approach detailed is applicable to not only to location data but to all data for which there is a cyber security concern.

The ongoing IBIT Report series is based on rigorous, vendor-neutral academic research that provides actionable knowledge on topics relevant to industry partners.

 

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