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ISACA Kenya ("The Chapter") is a not-for-profit, non-union association of professionals in the IT-related industry founded in Kenya in December 1999 by a small group of volunteers. The chapter was locally registered in Kenya in April 2000 and has since experienced tremendous growth in membership, once earning global recognition for achieving the secondhighest annual percentage growth in membership worldwide.

ISACA Kenya is one of more than 200 local chapters in more than 160 countries affiliated to ISACA , a leading information technology association of individual members in more than 170 countries.

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2014 ISACA Review Manuals

A few copies of the CISA, CISM, CGEIT and CRISC 2014 Review Manuals are available at the secretariat. Those interested in buying a copy can contact the ISACA Secretariat at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Cell No +254786249357. ISACA Kenya Chapter, Vision Plaza 3rd Floor Suite 4

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Protecting Data and Data Centers - The Crown Jewel of Our Organizations

ISACA Kenya held an evening talk on Monday 18th November 2013 at the Safaricom Michael Joseph Centre

The topic was protecting Data and Data Centers - The Crown Jewel of Our Organizations. The talk was led by Guillaume Loizeau who is a Sales Manager with McAfee. In this capacity, he drives the McAfee sales activities for data center server security projects in Southern Europe and Emerging  markets.

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2014 ISACA Conference

ISACA Kenyan chapter will hold a conference at Nyali Beach Hotel, Mombasa on May 21-23 2014. Conference participants will get 15 CPE  hours. The theme of the conference will be "Secure Kenya", and the following topics will be covered

ISACA conference 2014

1. Data as a strategic asset: What is big data
2. Mastering data for Effective Decision/Business growth
3. Risk that companies faces on their data
4.How to protect against risks.
5. How Police can use technology to contain crime.

Register with the chapter office as early as possible to participate.

 
ISACA Journal article from a local chapter member

Christopher A. Moturi the head of School of Computing and Informatics at the University of Nairobi, who has vast experience in teaching and researching on databases and information systems audit published a featured paper on the ISACA Journal VOLUME 3, 2013, together with Fredrick O. Bitta, CISA, who is an IT auditor with the Central Bank of Kenya and has more than seven years of

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