ISACA’s Training Week in Chicago Includes New Courses on IT Governance and IT Risk Management

Taken from Blog

  • Governance of Enterprise IT (new)—This course, aligned with the Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) certification, addresses how to develop a governance strategy to achieve value and manage risk within an enterprise, and the value that governance brings to the enterprise.
  • IT Risk Management (new)—This course provides an in-depth review of Risk IT, which is based on the COBIT framework and the process model that includes risk governance, risk evaluation and risk response. Attending the IT Risk Management Training Week course can be even more educationally valuable when enterprises send more than one employee. The course includes the opportunity to build a customized risk plan, specific to the attendees’ enterprises. Colleagues can collaborate in the process, and bring a more valuable, relevant plan back to the office.

“ISACA Training Week is an excellent opportunity to gain a solid foundation in information security, IT audit or IT governance,” said Ken Vander Wal, CISA, CPA, international president of ISACA. “The valuable tools presented provide attendees with expertise they need to reduce risk, protect their enterprise and develop strategies for IT governance in this challenging climate.” 

Instructors at the Chicago event include Barry D. Lewis, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, CISSP, president of Cerberus; and Shawna Flanders, CISA, CISM, a productivity specialist at PSCU Financial Services.




ISACA Training Week


12-16 December 2011


MicroTek Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA

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The ISACA Training Week registration fee, which includes course materials, is US $2,295 for ISACA members and US $2,495 for nonmembers. Participants are eligible to earn up to 38 continuing professional education (CPE) hours.

For additional ISACA Training Week information or to register, please visit