Welcome to the SC Midlands Chapter of ISACA Site!
CISM Review Class is May 6 and 7, 2017, $200 for Members, $250 for Affiliated Professionals, and $370 for Non-Members
Register at http://www.cvent.com/d/p5qzlm for the CISM Review
COBIT 5 Fundamentals Class and Exam - May 8, 9, and 10th!
24 CPES! $250 Members, $350 Affiliated Professionals, $420 Non-Members.
The exam at class is optional and is $150 prepaid. Register for COBIT 5 Class at http://www.cvent.com/d/w5q2w6
2016 K. Wayne Snipes Award Winner
It’s an exciting time for SC Midlands Chapter. We have experienced a large amount of growth and have some great educational events coming up. Be sure to check your e-mail for notifications from Cvent and/or go to www.scisaca.org for more information! If anyone has any ideas on topics that they would like to be presented, or would like to present themselves, please let us know. We would love to hear from you. Currently, we still have an available spot for Social Media Director. If you enjoy Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, drop us a message and help us fill a critical role and be a part of our organizations success.
TechnoSecurity is right around the corner, and coming up quick. Register to attend and make sure you book your room early (as they tend to sell out quick). I’ll be presenting, as will some familiar names and faces, such as our very own Leighton Johnson, and also Ken Cutler. More information can be found at www.technosecurity.us.
Thanks and look forward to seeing you at our next event,
Marc Punzirudu, SC Midlands ISACA Chapter President
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR THESE SC MIDLANDS ISACA CLASSES:
OPEN NOW! - April 29 and 30, 2017 - CISA Review Class. Register at http://www.cvent.com/d/c5qktk
SAVE THE DATES FOR THESE UPCOMING SC MIDLANDS ISACA CLASSES:
Save the Date! - June 22, 2017 June Class and Social at the Riverbanks Zoo
Save the Date! - July 18, 2017 The BlindSpot Workshop
Save the Date! - August 21, 22, and 23, 2017 CSX CyberSecurity Fundamentals
Save the Date! - September 13, 2017 - Power Excel with MrExcel - 617 Mysteries Solved!
Save the Date! - October 10, 2017 - Frameworks and Requirements for working with the Federal Government
Save the Date! - November 15 - 17, 2017 - State Audit and IT Conference - at Embassy Suites
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Site 3301 Columbia, SC Exam Day Issue
ISACA has been informed by our testing agency of some disturbances at the December 2016 CISA, CRISC, CISM and CGEIT exam administration at the Columbia, South Carolina exam site. We understand that during the exam administration a fire alarm sounded requiring an evacuation. We were also informed that an event next to the testing rooms resulted in extraneous noise throughout the exam administration. ISACA sincerely apologizes for the testing environment under which you took the exam.
To be equitable to all exam candidates adversely affected by this unfortunate situation, ISACA is providing a free May/June 2017 re-take of their respective exam to candidates who do not pass the exam. For those that do pass, you can proceed with applying for certification. Exam result emails will be distributed in January 2017.
Starting in 2017 the ISACA exams will be administered via computer-based testing (CBT). The first testing window will be 1 May – 30 June 2017. For those candidates that do not pass the December 2016 exam, ISACA will automatically move exam details to this testing window. Once moved, a confirmation of exam registration will be sent to these individuals. This confirmation will include details regarding CBT testing and instructions on scheduling your testing appointment.
With the conversion to CBT, ISACA will be taking advantage of the network of exam locations our testing vendor offers that should minimize any distractions that occur during future exams. We anticipate that the CBT sites will reduce potential distractions and be more conducive to the exam taking experience.
If you have any additional comments or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me directly or email@example.com.
Assistant Manager of Certification