May 16, 2023
8:00AM to 4:30PM EDT
Registration 8:00AM to 8:30AM
Please Note: No Wi-Fi Available

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100 Amica Way
Lincoln, RI 02865
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Ron Roy 

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Payment is due on, or before, the scheduled session. Cancellations must be received seven (7) calendar days prior to a seminar date; if you already paid in full, a full refund will be provided. If you need to cancel within the seven calendar days prior to a seminar and you already paid, you will not receive a refund however you may defer your payment towards a future seminar. Please note that we need to adhere to our policy in order to offer our members quality training sessions and to help us plan for seminar expenses (room/food).

Managing and Auditing Cybersecurity – Data, Infrastructure and Applications

Learning Outcomes 

Attendees will achieve the following learning outcomes:
  • Identify the production resources which need to be included in-scope for a security access audit
  • Understand the controls that need to be established to prevent traditional access controls from being bypassed
  • Identify key network security design initiatives required to prevent cyber security attacks 
  • Understand the key components to performing an effective data privacy audit
  • Understanding the control requirements within a mid-tier environment
  • Effective methods for implementing a Cybersecurity program
  • Understanding how new regulations are raising the bar of the expected requirements of a cybersecurity program

Seminar Outline

The following topics, system practices and schemes will be discussed:

  • Cybersecurity overview
  • Understanding the recent cybersecurity regulations and how they are raising the bar of the required security controls
  • Implementing a Cybersecurity program using the NIST and other frameworks
  • Recent introduced Cybersecurity related frameworks
  • Conducting Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Audits/Assessments
  • Alternatives to approaching the Cybersecurity Audits
  • In-depth auditing techniques for Cybersecurity focus areas
  • Understanding and designing programs to prevent current cyber-attack trends
  • Implementing and auditing Incident Management and Data Breach Handling processes which includes enhances requirements mandated by GDPR and other data protection regulations
Audit Program
An audit program will be distributed as part of the session materials.

CPE: 8

Registration Fee Before 5/1/2023:
ISACA Member: $100 / Non-Member: $125 

Continental Breakfast and Lunch Included

Registration Fee After 5/1/2023:
ISACA Member: $125 / Non-Member: $150

Continental Breakfast and Lunch Included

Mitchell Levine, CISA - After being on the audit side for the first half of his career 30 year career, the instructor has spent most of the last 15 years consulting full-time with systems development groups, Infrastructure groups and data centers, uncovering many cybersecurity control issues which were in many instances unknown to the most experienced auditors. 

The instructor has devised unique methods for performing compliance testing which disclose major gaps in an organization’s control design.


Registration is limited, so please register early.