Board responsibilities for cyber security

August 16, 2017

Imagine your worst day as a business owner/executive: Accounting calls and says all your financial documents are missing. Five minutes later, Operations calls and tells you the plant is shutting down as none of the systems are working.

Could this all have been avoided?

You’ve probably seen Board Members and senior executives taking a greater interest in cyber security with mounting coverage of international incidents – and that’s a good thing. It is vital decision makers are properly informed to enable them to make better choices in guiding your organization. The ISACA Winnipeg Chapter wants to help security professionals connect senior executives and board members with the information needed to start or further a conversation about Cyber Security.

On Tuesday, September 19th 2017, ISACA Winnipeg Chapter is hosting a breakfast and presentation on Board Responsibilities for Cyber Security. Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce members may attend this event for the ISACA member rate of $20 (plus GST) by using the code PEGCHAMBER.

ISACA is the premier association worldwide for security and audit professionals and practitioners with a strong focus on continuing professional development and learning through sharing to improve IT audit, security and control practices. The award winning ISACA Winnipeg Chapter is internationally renowned for its educational focus and successes, including for hosting the longest running and best known annual security conference in Western Canada. Visit our website at