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)))()) TORONTO CHAPTER Information Systems Audit & Control Association Chapter Website: www.isaca.toronto.on.ca International Website: www.isaca.org JUNE 2009 MONTHLY BULLETIN ISACA’s mission is to support enterprise objectives through the development, provision and promotion of research, standards, competencies and practices for the effective governance, control and assurance of information, systems and technology. Toronto Chapter Activities REMINDER ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting for the Toronto Chapter will be held on June 18, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. at the Toronto Board of Trade, First Canadian Place. This annual meeting will be held after our continuing professional education session on “Green IT Corporate Social Responsibility”. All members are encouraged to attend to find out about this year’s activities and the plans for next year. CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION SERIES SCHEDULE June 18, 2009 EDUCATION SESSION: Project Management for Auditing SPEAKER: BOB DARLINGTON 8:30am to 12:00pm Location: Toronto - The Toronto Board of Trade First Canadian Place downtown Toronto Price: Members $90 Non-Members $110 Session Description and RegistrationJune 18, 2009 EDUCATION SESSION: Green IT Corporate Social Responsibility SPEAKERS: CATHY COBEY AND MELANIE STEINER 1:00pm to 5:00pm Location: Toronto - The Toronto Board of Trade Price: Members $90 Non-Members $110 Session Description and ...

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Information Systems Audit & Control Association
Chapter Website:
www.isaca.toronto.on.ca
International Website:
www.isaca.org
TORONTO CHAPTER
MONTHLY BULLETIN
JUNE 2009
ISACA’s mission is to support enterprise objectives through the development, provision and promotion of research, standards,
competencies and practices for the effective governance, control and assurance of information, systems and technology.
June 2009
Page 1
Toronto Chapter Activities
)
REMINDER
(
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The Annual General Meeting for the Toronto Chapter will be held on June 18, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. at the Toronto
Board of Trade, First Canadian Place. This annual meeting will be held after our continuing professional education
session on “Green IT Corporate Social Responsibility”. All members are encouraged to attend to find out about this
year’s activities and the plans for next year.
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION SERIES SCHEDULE
June 18, 2009
8:30am to 12:00pm
E
DUCATION
S
ESSION
: Project Management for Auditing
S
PEAKER
: B
OB
D
ARLINGTON
Location: Toronto - The Toronto Board of Trade
First Canadian Place downtown Toronto
Price: Members $90
Non-Members $110
Session Description and Registration
June 18, 2009
1:00pm to 5:00pm
E
DUCATION
S
ESSION
: Green IT Corporate Social Responsibility
S
PEAKERS
: C
ATHY
C
OBEY AND
M
ELANIE
S
TEINER
Location: Toronto - The Toronto Board of Trade
First Canadian Place downtown Toronto
Price: Members $90
Non-Members $110
Session Description and Registration
June 18, 2009
5:00pm to 8:00pm
A
NNUAL
G
ENERAL MEETING AND NETWORKING SESSION
Location: Toronto - The Toronto Board of Trade
First Canadian Place downtown Toronto
June 25, 2009
8:00am to 9:30am
E
DUCATION
S
ESSION
: Data Classification/Data Protection Leakage
S
PEAKER
: R
EZA
K
OPAEE
Location: London – The Delta London Armouries
325 Dundas Street, London
Price: Members $90
Non-Members $110
Session Description and Registration
Please confirm session details and location by referring to the Chapter website.
We don’t want you to miss these vital training opportunities!
To register choose one of the following:
)
Send email to
admin.support@isaca.toronto.on.ca
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follow the hyperlinks provided above
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online at
www.isaca.toronto.on.ca
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phone the ISACA recorded message line at 416-410-2246
Planning saves money! If you plan to attend multiple Chapter education events, why not buy a booklet of coupons? Check out the details at:
http://www.isaca.toronto.on.ca/ed.p.aspx
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Venue
Novotel Hotel
The Johnson Room
3 Park Home Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
Directions:
By car: (from Hwy 401 exit Yonge St.
N., follow Yonge St. past 6 traffic lights
and turn left onto Park Home Ave.
By Subway: North york (Yonge 7 North
York subway station)
Date
Tuesday July 28, 2009
Registration, networking and
light dinner
6:00 – 6:30 pm
Presentation
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Cost
Members - $40 (inc. GST)
Non-members - $50 (inc. GST)
ACFE Address:
3266 Yonge Street. Box 1408
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3P6
GST: R131433971
Fees for attending Professional
Development Sessions may be
paid at the door or mailed to the
address above.
24-hours notice
of cancellation of attendance is
required by phone or fax,
otherwise registrants will be
invoiced.
Substitution is allowed
WEB APPLICATION ATTACK TECHNIQUES
Presented by Marcus Li
(Seating limit is 50 so please book early to not be disappointed)
To register, please contact us by phone or email.
FAX:
416-480-1813
PHONE:
416-480-9475
Email:
acfe.toronto@sympatico.ca
Overview
To catch a thief you’ve got to think like one.
This presentation will introduce
techniques to break into web applications. As fraud examiners and auditors, learning
these techniques will help us to do our job better. We may have to evaluate the
security of a web application, perhaps as a deliverable in itself, perhaps to see if it is
possible for a fraudster to have abused the application to commit fraud. Knowing
these attack techniques will enable us to identify the web applications with weak
security so that we can recommend corrective actions, or concentrate our efforts on
finding evidence of intrusions into that application.
There are different ways to break into a web application - SQL Injection and OS
Command Injection techniques will be discussed and a live demonstration conducted.
The demonstrations will be conducted using WebGoat, a deliberately insecure J2EE
application designed to teach web application security lesions.
The Presenter
We are pleased to present
Marcus Li
to speak on this topic. Marcus has more than
30 years of IT and IT Audit experience.
Marcus held various IT Audit positions with Canadian instructions in the financial,
retail and insurance industries.
He also has extensive experience in software
development and maintenance.
Marcus has conducted technical audits and security assessments of applications,
network switches, firewalls, mainframe and Unix OS, and Interac compliance. He
has also developed and maintained diverse software systems including airline
reservations, online banking, ABM, modifying mainframe OS & telecommunications
software, and accounting systems. Marcus has also identified fraud cases in a retail
environment by analyzing data in a purpose-built date warehouse that he developed.
Marcus is currently studying Reverse Code Engineering, and Memory Forensics to
further strengthen his skills.
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS
ISACA’s Changing Governance Structure
By now, you should have received a brochure outlining ISACA’s strategy for 2009-2011. This brochure is also
posted at
www.isaca.org/strategy
. In developing the strategy, it was recognized that changes would be needed to
enable the association to accomplish the ambitious goals it set for itself.
Several objectives needed to be
accomplished in the restructuring:
)
The number and organization of volunteer groups needed to be streamlined and the number of groups
reporting directly to the Board of Directors reduced.
)
More volunteer opportunities needed to be made available.
)
The functions of the volunteer groups needed to align with the strategy and support the execution of the
strategic initiatives.
New Structure
The majority of the activity will be overseen by three boards, each of which is supported by numerous committees,
subcommittees and task forces. The three boards address the main focuses of the strategy: community—Relations
Board, certification—Credentialing Board, and professional guidance—Knowledge Board. A coordinating function
will be carried out by the Strategic Advisory Council (SAC), formerly Strategic Advisory Group (SAG). Its
purpose is to ensure that the activities of the three boards support each other and the strategy, and any resulting
gaps, are identified and assigned to the appropriate group to be addressed.
The governance groups, including the Board of Directors, will remain as they are now and strategic enablers, such
as marketing, finance and web development, will provide support as needed to all groups. An article on this topic
was included in the June 2009 issue of
Global Communiqué
®
. You can also view the webcast from International
President Lynn Lawton, CISA, FBCS CITP, FCA, FIIA. You can find the link in the chapter area of the ISACA
web site. A version of the webcast
without
the structural details is available at
www.isaca.org/strategy
for member
viewing.
Next Steps
Work is already underway to populate the volunteer groups from current participants and the many members who
volunteered to serve in 2009-2010. Although the groups listed on the Invitation to Participate brochure, issued in
January 2009, have changed, every effort will be made to match volunteers’ interests and areas of expertise with
existing openings in the new structure. The new groups will be appointed by the international President and ratified
by the Board of Directors. They will begin their work immediately after the International Conference in July.
Certification Update
CISA Wins Award
SC Magazine
has named CISA the winner of the Best Professional
Certification Program. ISACA’s CISM was also a finalist in the same
category. CISA and other 2009 Professional Awards winners were chosen by a panel of 22 judges from major corporations and public-
sector organizations that were hand-picked by
SC Magazine
’s editorial team for their breadth of knowledge and experience in the
information security industry.
CISA Holders Exempt From CEH Exam
ISACA is proud to announce that those who are CISA-certified are provided an exemption from the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
exam and allowed to automatically take the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) exam, which leads to the Licensed
Penetration Tester (LPT) certification.
Development of CGEIT Review Manual
ISACA is developing a Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT
®
(CGEIT
®
) review manual to assist candidates in preparing for the
CGEIT exam. The manual will be comprised of two sections. Section one will be an overview and reference guide for the knowledge
TORONTO CHAPTER
June 2009
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and task statements. Section two will consist of reference material and content that supports the knowledge statements. The
CGEIT
®
Review Manual
is scheduled to be completed in late 2009.
CISM Certification Waiver
A one-year experience waiver is permitted for students who complete an information security management program at an institution
aligned with the
ISACA
®
Model Curriculum
.
June 2009 Exam Reminders
)
Admission tickets:
These have been issued to all fully paid candidates by e-mail and hard copy. Candidates who
have not received an admission ticket or who have discovered any incorrect information on
their admission ticket should contact
exam@isaca.org
immediately;
)
Identification:
Candidates will be admitted to the test center only if they have a valid admission ticket
and a current and original government-issued form of identification (ID) that contains the
candidate’s photograph and name as it appears on the admission ticket. All of these
characteristics must be demonstrated by the single piece of ID provided. Any candidates
who do not provide this required form of ID will not be allowed to sit for the exam and
will forfeit their registration fee.
)
Exam Admission:
Once the instructions have begun, candidates will not be admitted to the exam.
)
Personal belongings:
For detailed information on what can and cannot be brought into the exam, candidates
should visit
www.isaca.org/cisabelongings
,
www.isaca.org/cismbelongings
, or
www.isaca.org/cgeitbelongings
.
December 2009 Exam Registration
Registration opened in mid-May. Chapter representatives are to encourage members to take advantage of the early-bird registration
deadline of 19 August 2009. The final registration deadline for December’s exam is 23 September 2009.
More details will be provided on the ISACA web site as they become available.
Distance Learning Update
June 2009 e-Symposium
The June ISACA
®
e-Symposium is scheduled for Tuesday, 23 June 2009.To register for the June e-Symposium and take
the first step toward earning three free CPE credit hours, please visit
http://isaca.brighttalk.com
.
All e-symposia are
recorded and archived for viewing on demand. For more information, please visit
www.isaca.org/elearning
.
ISACA e-Learning Campus
The ISACA e-Learning Campus offers the CISA
®
Online Review Course and a webcast library from outstanding
sessions recorded at the March 2009 EuroCACS
SM
conference and the May 2009 North America CACS
SM
conference. For more information or to register, please visit
www.isaca.org/elearning
.
We’re Always Scanning!
If you attended one of our events, let us know.
We’re
always looking for ways to improve. We’re also interested in what
our members are doing.
If you’d like to submit and article for
publication in the Bulletin or a synopsis of one of our education
seminars, we’d love to hear from you.
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June 2009
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Conference Spotlight
International Conference
19-22 July 2009
Los Angeles, California, USA
This year’s International Conference keynote address will
be given by Mark Sunday, chief information officer for
Oracle Corp., and Gail Coury, vice president of risk
management for Oracle’s Global IT. Sunday and Coury
will share their knowledge, insights and experiences on
topics including IT service delivery, IT-added business
value, and assessing and managing risk while assuring good
IT governance. The International Conference serves as a
stage where experience and knowledge on best practices,
system security, audit tools and processes, and other topics
that impact IT professionals the world over converge. This
is an extraordinary opportunity to network with peers and
discover the differing ways similar problems are solved
around the globe. Attendees can earn up to 40 CPE credit
hours; 19 for attending the conference and seven for each
day of the conference workshops. For more information
and to register, please visit
www.isaca.org/international
.
Future Conferences and Training Weeks
Upcoming events are noted in the Calendar of
Events. Other 2009 events to keep in mind include:
)
14-18 September—ISACA
®
Training Week,
Toronto, Ontario Canada
)
20-23 September—Latin America Computer
Audit, Control and Security (CACS
SM
)
, San Jose, Costa Rica
Calendar of Events
Dates of conferences/events are indicated in
RED
;
other dates and deadlines are indicated in BLACK.
June
23 June............................
ISACA e-Symposium
July
1 July...............................Early-bird registration deadline for the
ISACA Training Week, Toronto, Ontario,
Canada
15 July.............................Early-bird registration deadline for Latin
America CACS, San Jose, Costa Rica
15 July.............................Early-bird registration deadline for
Information Security and Risk
Management Conference, Las Vegas,
Nevada, USA
19-22 July.......................
International Conference
, Los Angeles,
California, USA
20 July.............................
2009 Annual Meeting of the
Membership
, Los Angeles, California,
USA
22 July.............................Deadline for contributions to volume 6,
2009 of
ISACA Journal
August
5 August..........................Early-bird registration deadline for the IT
Governance, Risk and Compliance
Conference, Henderson, Nevada, USA
17-21 August ..................
ISACA Training Week,
Boston,
)
28-30 September—Information Security and Risk Management Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
)
14-16 October—IT Governance, Risk and Compliance Conference, Henderson, Nevada, USA
Bookstore Update
C
OBI
T Online—New Pricing for ISACA Members!
ISACA members save 75 percent. Members can now upgrade to a full subscription for US $50.00.
New ITGI and ISACA Research Projects:
)
C
OBI
T User Guide for Service Managers
)
Build Your Own Security Lab:
A Field Guide for Network Testing
)
The Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Implementation Toolkit:
Practice Aids for Mangers and Auditor’s, 2
nd
Edition
)
A Practical Guide to IBM i and i5/OS Security and Compliance
)
Foundations of IT Service Management Based on ITIL V3
)
Leading IT Projects:
The IT Manager’s Guide
)
MOF Microsoft Operations Framework V4.0
)
Social and Human Elements of Information Security:
Emerging Trends and Countermeasures
CISA Examination Reference Materials
To prepare for the December 2009 Certified Information Systems Auditor™ (CISA
®
) exam, see
www.isaca.org/cisabooks
for the new
editions of review materials in English, French, Italian, Japanese, Polish and Spanish.
CISM Examination Reference Materials
To prepare for the December 2009 Certified Information Security Manager
®
(CISM
®
) exam, see
www.isaca.org/cismbooks
for the new
editions of review materials in English, Japanese and Spanish.
Visit
www.isaca.org/bookstore
or see the Bookstore insert in the
ISACA
®
Journal
for additional information.
Contact the Bookstore at
bookstore@isaca.org
or +1.847.660.5650.
TORONTO CHAPTER
June 2009
Page 6
Research
/
COBIT User Guide for Service Managers
Val IT Mapping:
Mapping of Val IT 2.0 to MSP, PRINCE2 and ITIL V3
To support practitioners in understanding how these standards and frameworks can work together, a detailed mapping
and comparison between these frameworks is presented in this publication. This document will enable practitioners of
enterprise governance of IT to better serve as an interface between the IT audience and the board, executive and business
management levels.
Val IT™ Mapping:
Mapping of Val IT™ 2.0 to MSP™, PRINCE2™ and ITIL
®
V3
is available as a
complimentary PDF to ISACA members at
www.isaca.org/downloads
and in the ISACA Bookstore
(
www.isaca.org/bookstore
) for purchase by the public in electronic format.
Information Security Program Metrics
This publication defines information security program metrics by identifying what constitutes meaningful and actionable
metrics for managing information security. An international group of senior security practitioners has researched the best
and most effective approaches to information security program metrics. This publication explores emerging metric
concepts and enumerates practical approaches to better manage the increasingly complex security machinery, through
feedback mechanisms that can lead to effective security program management and guidance. The publication is
scheduled to be available in the third quarter of 2009.
Additional Recent ISACA/ITGI Releases
COBIT
®
and Application Controls:
A Management Guide
Information About ISACA
ISACA is committed to providing its members and the IT assurance, information
security management and IT governance community with high quality educational
and training opportunities and events.
Today, ISACA’s membership—more than 86,000 strong worldwide—is characterized by its diversity. Members live and work in more
than 160 countries and cover a variety of professional IT-related positions—to name just a few, IS auditor, consultant, educator, IS
security professional, regulator, chief information officer and internal auditor. Some are new to the field, others are at middle
management levels and still others are in the most senior ranks. They work in nearly all industry categories, including financial and
banking, public accounting, government and the public sector, utilities and manufacturing. This diversity enables members to learn from
each other, and exchange widely divergent viewpoints on a variety of professional topics. It has long been considered one of ISACA’s
strengths. Previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to
reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves.
ISACA is a recognized global leader in IT governance, control and assurance. ISACA sponsors international conferences, publishes
Control Objectives for Information and related Technology
(COBIT
®
), and administers the globally respected Certified Information
Systems Auditor™ (CISA
®
) Certified Information Security Manager™ (CISM™)and the new Certified in the Governance of Enterprise
IT™ (CGEIT™)designation.
The International Conference is ISACA's flagship conference. It is also the site of the Annual General Meeting of the Membership as
well as ISACA Board of Directors' meetings and scheduled Global Leadership Conference for representatives of the local chapters.
Held in mid summer annually, the International Conference attracts over 250 professionals from around the globe. Its educational
streams focus on managerial and business issues of IT audit, control, security and assurance.
The views and opinions contained in this publication are solely those of its author, and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views or
opinions of the Toronto Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. In the event of questions concerning articles in
this publication, please contact the author of the articles directly.
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