Deloitte House, Level 16, 10 Brandon Street
12.00 – 12.50 ISACA Session
12.50 – 13.10 Networking Lunch
13.10 – 14.00 IIANZ Session
Topics: 2012 Update on Cyber Security Plan and Taking the NZISM Forward
Presenters: Jonathon Berry and Doug Currey
This session will provide an update on two IT security matters in the government sector and update on the Cyber Security Plan (CSP) for Government Information and Assets.
- Jonathon will describe findings from Phase 1 & 2, a brief on the content of Phase 3 & 4, and taking the NZISM forward.
- Doug will describe plans to make the NZISM easier to use and how it is intended to incorporate information from all sectors in this process. Doug will also touch upon developments in the Common Criteria.
Jonathon Berry has a military background and has worked at the GCSB for over 10 years. He has held analyst and management roles in GCSB's Information Assurance directorate. At present Jonathon has the Technical Lead role for the CSP. Jonathon holds a BCA from Victoria and the CISA, CISM and CISSP certifications.
Doug Currey has a military background and has worked at the GCSB for almost 20 years. With the GCSB he has held a number of appointments in the Operation and Information Assurance directorates.
Topic: Performance Audit – the job you’ve always wanted but never knew existed until now!
Presenters: Mike Scott, Assistant Auditor-General, and Gary Emery, Performance Manager, OAG
What value does performance audit add? Mike and Gary will seek to shed some light on this important question talking about their experiences of where performance audits have added value and some of the risks that need to be managed to ensure that performance audits do add value – in an article in the Australian Accounting Review recently these risks were called ‘The Seven Deadly Sins of Performance Auditing’. Many of these risk are also relevant to financial and other forms of auditing.
Mike joined the Office of the Auditor-General in December 2004 and has led the OAG’sPerformance Audit Group since December 2007. The Group’s goal is to influence majorimprovements to public services and its remit covers auditing the performance of all publicentities. Before joining the OAG, Mike worked for the National Audit Office in the UK for 17years qualifying as a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancyand becoming an Audit Manager.
Gary has worked in Local Government for over 17 years in the UK. He moved into the AuditCommission in 2001 as a best value inspector. Gary moved to New Zealand in January 2011initially as a senior performance auditor in the Auditor General’s Office before taking up hiscurrent role as manager within the performance audit group.
For catering purposes please register your interest to email@example.com by end
of Friday 22nd June. Please include confirmation of lunch attendance and any special dietary requirements.
Please note that due to increased catering costs, the session fee is now $18 IIANZ and ISACA members; $25 non members.
Pay either by credit card or request an invoice from IIANZ at the time of registering, or cash/cheque on the day. Please note that once catering has been confirmed (approx 48 hours prior), non-attendance will be charged.