Information Systems Auditing Seminar - In-Person


Sep 15 - Sep 16, 2022

Cyber fraud and data breaches continue to be at the top of the news. But according to security breach reports by Verizon, the majority of breaches are preventable with simple controls. Join our information security specialists as they explore ways to help your organization avoid being victimized by cyber criminals.

We'll walk through how to identify weak or default configuration settings, and provide recommendations for strengthening security, audit, and monitoring settings. 

You'll also learn how to use automated tools to make IT audits more efficient. This seminar is updated annually and includes the latest information on attack trends, recent crimes, new vulnerabilities, compliance requirements, and methods to mitigate risks. 

  • At the end of this session, you will be able to: 
  • Identify common hacker attack methods, privilege escalation scenarios, and the simple controls that need to be enabled 
  • Use the demonstrated tools to identify vulnerable systems 
  • Outline audit and hardening procedures to periodically perform as part of your normal IT implementation, administration, and audit processes. 
  • Red / Blue Team Exercise 

  • Identify specific Red Team hacker tactics 

  • Identify Blue Team defender best practices to identify and contain attacks 

  • Forensic Readiness 

  • Identify best practices to monitor networks, respond to attacks, and remediate attacks

All time are in Central Time.
Thursday, Sept. 15

Security Systems Defined 
  • Phases of an attack 
  • Reconnaissance 
  • Scanning 
  • Common Security Issues 
  • Passwords and Patching 
  • Exploiting Vulnerabilities 

Incident Response and Forensic Preparedness 
  • Current state of cybercrime 
  • Ransomware
Friday, Sept. 16

Defensive Strategies to Minimize and Mitigate the Risk of Breaches 
  • Incident Response Preparedness 
  • Assume Breach Approach 

 Defense In-depth 
  • Defined Standards 
  • Vulnerability Patch Management 
  • Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity 
  • Incident Response Life Cycle 
  • Anatomy of a Breach

ICBA Member Early-Bird: $595
ICBA Member after Aug. 12, 2022: $695
Non-member: $795
Non-banker: $1,195 

NOTE: Registration fee is valid only for the individual registered. Full payment is required prior to attendance. For more information, call 800-422-7285.


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Keith Dallmann

Information Security Consultant, CLA

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RJ Stallkamp

Cyber Security Consultant, CLA

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David Anderson

Principal, CLA

Who Should Attend: All Auditing titles and roles    
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of information systems auditing issues
Program Level: Intermediate 
Field of Study: Auditing

Delivery Method: Group Live

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