Thursday, March 17, 2016

Examining Windows 10 Security at ISACA’s North America CACS Conference

Rolling Meadows, IL, USA (March 17 2016)—Jay Ferron will discuss Windows 10 Security at ISACA’s ISACA’s North America CACS conference 2-4 May 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Attendees will gain discuss solutions and strategies in assurance, risk and security, including how assurance professionals can advance their careers and impact their enterprises.
In Jays presentation, titled “Windows 10 Security,” Jay will discuss;

 Understand the new features that protect data at rest, and controlling the configurations of the operating system
  • Discover new features that protect the operating system from virus and malware, and limit applications from running
  • Learn New method of using 2 factor authentication
  • Understand the upgrade path
ISACA, a global association serving more than 140,000 members and certification holders in 180 countries, will offer more than 60 sessions in seven tracks for the North America Computer Audit, Control and Security (CACS) Conference: IS Audit & Assurance; Data Governance; Security/Cybersecurity; Privacy; GRC; Career & Communications Management; and Industry Trends & Insights.

The conference will feature valuable career guidance from renowned keynote speakers:

·       Tim Sanders, Internet pioneer, best-selling author of Love Is the Killer App: How to Win Business & Influence Friends, who will present “Multiply Your Value, Starting Here and Now.” He will explain how sharing knowledge with colleagues builds trust and lays the groundwork to produce outstanding results for the enterprise.

·       Simon T. Bailey, global influencer and author, who will present “Shift Your Brilliance—Harness the Power of You, Inc.” He will share strategies to produce real-life results and achieve individual goals through a shift in mindset.

Pre- and post-conference workshops will offer hands-on training on privacy programs, database security and audit, risk strategies and data analysis. Additionally, a cybersecurity workshop will help attendees prepare for the Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate exam.
Attendees can earn up to 39 continuing professional education (CPE) hours, and an early-bird registration rate is available through 24 February 2016. Additional details, registration and venue information can be found at