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ISACA Conference in Munich Helps IT Professionals Thwart Cybercrime
London, UK — IT professionals face many steep challenges, from auditing the cloud to thwarting cybercrime and ensuring mobile device security. ISACA's European Computer Audit, Control and Security (EuroCACS)/Information Security and Risk Management (ISRM) conference in Munich, Germany, on September 10-12, 2012, will bring together global experts to examine advances in mobile computing, consumerization of IT, cloud computing and cyber threats, and will provide the tools needed to navigate the changing IT environment. Keynote speaker Richard Stiennon, founder of IT-Harvest, will examine the issues that make the IT security industry tick. His presentation will cover Europe's most daunting IT security threats and how to effectively mitigate them.

Hosted by ISACA — a global association serving more than 100,000 IT governance, assurance and security professionals — the 2012 EuroCACS/ISRM conference will be held at the Hilton Munich Park Hotel. IT audit, security, risk and governance professionals will share expertise on hot-button topics, the latest challenges and solutions for critical industry issues, including risk management, cloud computing security and cybercrime.

The conference will feature lectures, panels and facilitated discussions, divided into five tracks, led by speakers from Courion, Deloitte Australia, De Nederlandsche Bank, ENISA, Ernst & Young, KPMG, KuppingerCole, Lloyds, and Qualys.

The tracks are: Thwarting Cyberthreats; Improving Audit Performance; Audit Practices That Make an Impact; Solving IT and Business Issues; IT Risk and Exposure Management.

The event will conclude with trendspotter Roman Weishaupl, who will examine the future of IT and how innovation can help.

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