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March Dinner Meeting with ISACA-LA

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5:00 pm to 5:30 pm - Registration & Networking
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm - Dinner & Networking
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm - Program

Topic: Is Governance Keeping Pace With Technology, Business Change?
Considering the complexity, uncertainty and sheer speed of the business and risk environments today, it was little surprise that when asked of 140 audit committee members to identify their top oversight concerns, at the top of the list was the adequacy of “governance processes, controls and risk management – particularly in light of emerging technology, globalization and changes to the business”.

From risks posed by emerging technologies, cyber terrorism and globalization, to leveraging social media and data to shape customer strategy and support real-time business decisions, the speed and complexity of the business environment has pushed governance to the top of many agendas.

The presentation will explore the host of risks posed by emerging technologies – data privacy and security, the impact of social media, legal compliance and more.

Speaker: Max Mayotte, Senior Manager, KPMG
Mr. Mayotte is a member of KPMG’s IT Advisory practice specializing in external audit support, System Implementation Assessments, SAS 70, IT governance, IT project delivery, and project and program management. He is a manager in the Los Angeles Risk and Advisory Services (RAS) practice with more than 14 years of business experience including the implementation of financial systems, and policies and procedures; managing IT security, program change management, and computer operations; and testing, evaluating, and documenting internal controls over financial systems. His primary focus at KPMG has been on the audit of business processes, and business systems, including financial systems and the testing of the IT general controls over them; and the testing of controls in place over the processing of transactions by service organizations. He has worked on clients of varying sizes, including those publicly traded, private, and in government.

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