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Enterprise IT Governance, Risk and Compliance Forum 2010
Posted: 20 Jul 2010

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Enterprise IT Governance, Risk and Compliance Forum 2010

Date: 20 Jul 2010
Time: 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Location: Amara Hotel Singapore
Registration: Members (S$500/-) / Non-Members (S$750/-)
Closing Date: 22 Jun 2010

Enterprise IT Governance, Risk and Compliance Forum 2010

July 20th, 2010 | Amara Hotel Singapore

Invited Guest-Of-Honour Opening Address by itSMF

Presented by: _________________Associate Partner:


Conferences Bag Sponsor:

Associate Sponsors:


Distinguish Speakers:

Eric Herrera_________Chia Chong Hai________Gerry Chng
RSA____________________ Sterling Commerce__________Ernst & Young

Benjamin Mah________Ravi Tirumalai______Jay Stanley Moore
e-Cop_______ _____________Oracle_________________Data Razor Inc.

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  • What Threats, Vulnerability and Compliance issues are you facing in your organizations today?
  • Is your organization in-tune and ready for the upcoming IT GRC practices?
  • Why are Government bodies, SME & MNC emphasizing on IT GRC in the current global business platform?
  • Integration of cloud computing and its impact on COBIT and ITIL. How it affect your business performance?

The IT GRC Forum 2010 encompasses the topics intended to ensure that the IT operation supports the current and future needs of the business, and complies with all IT-related mandates.

Since the financial crises in 2007, widespread interest in GRC was sparked by the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the need for US listed companies to design and implement suitable governance controls for SOX compliance, but the focus of GRC has since shifted towards adding business value through improving operational decision making and strategic planning. It therefore has relevance beyond the SOX world.

The Enterprise IT Governance Risk and Compliance Forum aims to :-

  • Examine the broad issues and challenges the enterprise's senior management faces in meeting GRC requirements
  • Define the business value of IT Governance
  • Determine the appropriate level of resources needed to balance business, regulatory and compliance needs
  • Identify why most organizations fail to undertake strong IT GRC procedures

Who should attend :-

- Chief Compliance; Risk, Information and Technology Officers
- Directors / Managers of Risk & Compliance; Corporate Governance
- Directors / Managers of Enterprise
- Directors / Managers of Strategic Planning and Operations
- Governance, Security, Risk or Audit Systems
- GRC-IT software Specialists
- IT Consultants
- Governance Professionals
- IS Auditors
- Risk Managers

For more enquiries, please contact.

Louis Gu
Sales Manager
Conference / Training for Asia Pacific Region
DID: +65 6521 6805 | H/P: +65 9379 9116 | FAX: +65 6588 3683

Email: louis.gu@avalo.sg


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