Disruptive Technologies and the Future of Tech to be Explored by Africa 2019 CACS Keynote Speakers in ISACA’s 50th Anniversary Year
Panels dedicated to discussing the technologies that have changed how we work and live – and what the future may bring – as well as exploring the changes to the professions that ISACA has served for the last five decades, are among the ways ISACA is celebrating its 50th anniversary year at the Africa CACS 2019 conference.
New Study Reveals Cybercrime May Be Widely Underreported—Even When Laws Mandate Disclosure
ISACA’s State of Cybersecurity Report Also Finds Only 1 in 3 Organizations Highly Confident in Their Ability to Detect and Respond to Threats
ISACA SA Chapter hosts inaugural COBIT 2019 Conference
The conference offered thought leadership sessions, panel discussions and networking opportunities.
ISACA's State of Cybersecurity 2019 Survey: Retaining Qualified Cybersecurity Professionals Increasingly Challenging for Organizations
Organizations are struggling to keep their cybersecurity workforce fully staffed as competitors increasingly pick off employees who are enticed by higher pay and bonuses, according to ISACA's new cybersecurity workforce research.
Global Technology Association ISACA Launching Future-focused Initiatives in Its 50th Anniversary Year
Now more than 450,000 engaged professionals and 140,000 members strong, global information technology association ISACA was founded by seven individuals as the EDP Auditing Association in California at the dawn of the information systems era - 1969.
ISACA Announces 2019 Slate of Events for Business Technology Professionals Around the Globe During its 50th Anniversary Year
ISACA, a global association serving technology audit, assurance, governance and cybersecurity professionals, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019, announced its annual event schedule, which includes learning opportunities focused on emerging technologies, innovation, best practices and professional development.
9 in 10 Enterprises Report Gaps Between the Cybersecurity Culture They Have and the One They Want
With cybersecurity threats continuing to escalate worldwide, the ISACA/CMMI Institute Cybersecurity Culture Report found that just 5 percent of employees think their organization's cybersecurity culture is as advanced as it needs to be to protect their business from internal and external threats.
ISACA Research: Only 4 in 10 Tech Professionals Confident in Security of Their Organizations' AI Deployments
Despite heightened interest in enterprise deployment of artificial intelligence, only 40 percent of respondents to ISACA's second annual Digital Transformation Barometer express confidence that their organizations can accurately assess the security of systems based on AI and machine learning.
Lucia Khanyisa Ngceba on her role on ISACA's board
Ngceba is the certification co-ordinator of the South Africa Chapter Board.