Year in Review: 2011-2012
AYear in Review:
2011-2012
 Message from the President
 ISACA International Objectives
 Chapter Balanced Scorecard
 Va...
Message from the
President
Welcome to the first ISACA Vancouver Chapter Year in Review Report! As indicated on the front c...
ISACA International
Objectives
Objective 1:
Plan and maintain an effective and active local chapter operation with respect...
Chapter Balanced
Scorecard
ISACA utilizes the “balanced scorecard”
methodology at the international and
chapter levels to ...
Vancouver Chapter
Objectives
Vancouver Chapter Objective
Obj. 1.1 Draft an internal and update external privacy policy in ...
Financials
Income
Key sources of income for the Vancouver Chapter in
2011-2012 continue to be derived from our monthly
lun...
Membership &
Certification Statistics
* annual membership purge occurs April 30
*Date Range June 2012 06/10 - 05/11 06/09 ...
Certification ExamTop
Scorers & Recent
Member Certifications
 CISA
 Mr. Christopher Ka Kin Yan, CISA
 Mr. Ai-Kao Chang,...
Key Accomplishments
• Sep 2, 2011 – PayPal
integrated into website and
first paid transaction made by
member
• Dec 7, 2011...
Key Accomplishments
• Mar 7, 2012 –Launch of ISACA
Vancouver LinkedInGroup
• Apr 17, 2012 – Partnered with
IIA to host joi...
Key Accomplishments
TheVancouver Chapter
participated in the annual
leadership conference by
sending three board members
t...
Timeline & Milestones
Jun 28, 2011 – New Board Elected at AGM
Aug 08, 2011 – PayPal Initially Setup
Sep 2, 2011 – PayPal W...
Timeline & Milestones
Oct 25, 2011
Education Session:
Using IT to Enable Risk Management
- Emerging Trends
May 5, 2012
Don...
Board Members
&Volunteers
Full Name Position
ExecutiveOfficers
Michael Leung President
EdwinYau Vice President
Farzin Isma...
History of ISACA and
theVancouver Chapter
President Term
Michael Leung 2011-2012
Trond Erik Berg 2010-2011
Trond Erik Berg...
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Year in Review: 2011-2012 ISACA Vancouver Chapter

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The 2011-2012 board is pleased to issue the first ISACA Vancouver Chapter Year in Review Report, which was distributed at our AGM on June 26, 2012.

35 years ago, on July 5, 1977, Dr. Hart J. Will, Associate Professor at UBC, along with other key assurance professionals, submitted a Chapter Formation Proposal. The following year, in 1978, the Vancouver Chapter was established.

As President of the ISACA Vancouver Chapter for 2011-2012, I and the rest of the board are honoured and privileged to have played a part towards building upon our chapter’s history. We are pleased to have been able to continue to honour the traditions and expectations set by previous Presidents and boards before us. We are also proud to have made our own accomplishments, established our own firsts, and set our own milestones into the contribution of our long standing and reputable chapter’s history.

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Year in Review: 2011-2012 ISACA Vancouver Chapter

  1. 1. Year in Review: 2011-2012
  2. 2. AYear in Review: 2011-2012  Message from the President  ISACA International Objectives  Chapter Balanced Scorecard  Vancouver Chapter Objectives  Financials  Membership & Certification Statistics  Certification ExamTop Scorers & Recent Member Certifications  Key Accomplishments  Timeline & Milestones  Board Members &Volunteers  History of ISACA and theVancouver Chapter
  3. 3. Message from the President Welcome to the first ISACA Vancouver Chapter Year in Review Report! As indicated on the front cover of this report, our Vancouver Chapter was established in 1978. It was actually 35 years ago - on July 5, 1977, that Dr. Hart J. Will, an Associate Professor at UBC, along with other local like minded assurance professionals, officially proposed and submitted a Chapter Formation application - a key milestone into the history of our local chapter. There has been a lot that has transpired and evolved within Information Technology and Systems over 35 years, and in turn, ISACA has grown and transformed within that time to have become a leading global provider of knowledge, certifications, community, advocacy and education on information systems assurance, control and security, enterprise governance of IT, and IT-related risk and compliance to more than 100,000 constituents in more than 180 countries in Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa, North America and Oceania. Likewise, the maturity and recognition of our profession within the Lower Mainland, has grown as well. Of my 8 years as an ISACA member, 6 years of it serving on the board, I have seen first hand that it is the volunteers of the Vancouver Chapter and professionals in our membership that has contributed the most to this maturing, knowledge sharing, and recognition within our local business, educational, and regulatory community over the last 35 years. As President of the ISACA Vancouver Chapter for 2011-2012, I and the rest of the board are honoured and privileged to have played a part towards building upon our chapter’s history. We are pleased to have been able to continue to honour the traditions and expectations set by previous Presidents and boards before us. We are also proud to have made our own accomplishments, established our own firsts, and set our own milestones into the contribution of our long standing and reputable chapter’s history. We hope you enjoy this Year in Review Report and invite you to share your feedback and ideas with us in ways to improve and grow our chapter, as well as mature our profession, and contribute to our local community for many years to come. Sincerely, Michael Leung CRISC, CGEIT, CISM, CISA, CISSP-ISSMP President, ISACA Vancouver Chapter (2011-2012) Email: m.leung@shaw.ca president@isaca-vancouver.org
  4. 4. ISACA International Objectives Objective 1: Plan and maintain an effective and active local chapter operation with respect to administration. Objective 2: Plan and maintain an effective and active local chapter operation with respect to membership services. Objective 3: Provide an ongoing education program for individuals within your chapter territory. Objective 4: Maintain regular contact with ISACA International HQ and participate in ISACA International activities and conferences. Objective 5: Promote professional growth and development of individuals within your chapter territory through the acquisition and maintenance of their ISACA certifications. Objective 6: Communicate and promote the value of ISACA to the business community within your chapter territory. Objective 7: Communicate and promote the value of ISACA to the regulatory community within your chapter territory. Objective 8: Communicate and promote the value of ISACA to the academic community within your chapter territory. As part of ISACA’s comprehensive strategy, objectives have been created for application at the international and local chapter levels… In addition, a balanced scorecard for both the international and local chapter levels has also been developed…
  5. 5. Chapter Balanced Scorecard ISACA utilizes the “balanced scorecard” methodology at the international and chapter levels to assess current levels and track progress on ISACA’s overall strategy. The balanced scorecard was developed in the early 1990’s by Drs. Robert Kaplan and David Norton as a management system that enables organizations to clarify their vision and strategy and translate them into action. These are reviewed annually by the ISACA Vancouver Chapter Board for planning and self-assessment. The chapter balanced scorecard is a tool to enable all ISACA chapters to progress ISACA's strategy at the local level and to communicate their implementation with ISACA centrally. All chapters are required to annually submit a completed rating grid as part of their required reporting to ISACA International HQ within 30 days of their AGM. Based upon the component activities outlined within each objective, our chapter ratings were assessed and assigned for each where our overall chapter rating was a 4.04 – where we were making improvements to an overall previous chapter capability. Objective Weight Chapter Rating (0-5) Totals Objective 1: Plan and maintain an effective and active local chapter operation with respect to administration. 18% 4 0.72 Objective 2: Plan and maintain an effective and active local chapter operation with respect to membership services. 18% 4 0.72 Objective 3: Provide an ongoing education program for individuals within your chapter territory. 18% 4 0.72 Objective 4: Maintain regular contact with ISACA International HQ and participate in ISACA International activities and conferences. 10% 5 0.5 Objective 5: Promote professional growth and development of individuals within your chapter territory through the acquisition and maintenance of their ISACA certifications. 12% 4 0.48 Objective 6: Communicate and promote the value of ISACA to the business community within your chapter territory. 10% 4 0.4 Objective 7: Communicate and promote the value of ISACA to the regulatory community within your chapter territory. 6% 3 0.18 Objective 8: Communicate and promote the value of ISACA to the academic community within your chapter territory. 8% 4 0.32 Overall Chapter Rating: 4.04 100%CBSC Rating Scale: 0 = not started. 1 = started some discussions and research. 2 = actively being worked on. 3 = already incorporated to some degree. 4 = making improvements to an already existing capability. 5 = already incorporated to a high degree, with planned reviews and improvements on a regular basis
  6. 6. Vancouver Chapter Objectives Vancouver Chapter Objective Obj. 1.1 Draft an internal and update external privacy policy in alignment with ISACA International standards for implementation and use for next board year. Obj. 1.2 Draft a conflict of interest document in alignment with ISACA International for implementation and use for next board year. Obj. 1.3 Collect signed willingness to serve documents from board members. Update document for use for next board year. Obj. 1.4 Grow and maintain available funds to $20,000. Obj. 1.5 Update and comply with bylaws and ISACA international reporting requirements. Obj. 2.1 Grow chapter membership by 5%. Obj. 2.2 Maintain chapter membership retention target of 85%. Obj. 3.1 Host regular monthly (a minimum of 8) education sessions on topics of interest to members. Obj. 3.2 Host one education session on a core topic of ISACA research. Obj. 4.1 Send at least two delegates to attend the annual ISACA International leadership conference. Obj. 4.2 Consult with ISACA International on new initiatives (e.g. website, social media). Obj. 4.3 Provide an annual report describing chapter activities and achievements. Obj. 5.1 Support ISACA certification exam writers by providing information on exam preparation resources. Obj. 5.2 Offer and host a certification review course. Obj. 5.3 Provide through education sessions a minimum of 16 CPE’s locally. Obj. 6.1 Host a members social networking event. Obj. 6.2 Cross-promote events with other professional associations. Obj. 6.3 Participate in events hosted by other professional associations. Obj. 7.1 Establish contact and maintain a relationship with the Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner of BC. Obj. 7.2 Invite and have the Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner of BC speak at a future ISACA education session. Obj. 8.1 Participate in academic events at local post secondary institutions. Along with ISACA International objectives, theVancouver Chapter sets their own objectives in alignment to the 8 objectives and overall balance scorecard activity components…
  7. 7. Financials Income Key sources of income for the Vancouver Chapter in 2011-2012 continue to be derived from our monthly lunch education sessions and local chapter membership dues remitted from ISACA International. This year, for those who directly requested and expressed interest for us to offer a CISA Exam Review Course, we subsidized this offering as well as hosted this course locally. Expenses Key expenses for the Vancouver Chapter continue to be in the facilities and catering of the monthly lunch education sessions. For the first time since we started hosting our education sessions as a Chapter, we finally acquired our own Chapter projector and rented a storage locker, as opposed to borrowing from, and storing items at one of our associated employer’s office. This year we also co-hosted a social networking event with the IIA Chapter at no cost to our members. Each year, International funds one board member to attend the annual ISACA Leadership Conference and invites up to two board members from each Chapter to attend at the Chapter’s cost. This year’s Leadership Conference was hosted in Orlando, Florida where we sent the incoming President, and two dedicated and committed board members to build upon and strengthen the future leadership of the board. We were also pleased this year to have been able to continue to give back financially to the community and overall profession. This year, we sponsored and donated to UBC Biztech, BCIT, and ITGI. (unaudited financials to mid-June) Every year, the ISACA Vancouver Chapter is required to submit proof that a person independent of our board verifies that our finances are in order. An independent audit/verification letter is required to be sent to ISACA InternationalHQ within 30 days of our AGM for our Chapter to be compliant.
  8. 8. Membership & Certification Statistics * annual membership purge occurs April 30 *Date Range June 2012 06/10 - 05/11 06/09 - 05/10 Members 373 376 366 CISA 220 226 216 CISM 44 42 33 CGEIT 13 8 10 CRSIC 71 47 4 Annual Renewal Rate 85% 84% 86% Transferred Into Chapter 12 11 n/a Transferred Out of Chapter 26 10 n/a New Members 63 39 40 This year, we were able to meet our goal of maintaining our chapter membership retention target of 85%. Unfortunately, we were not able to achieve the aggressive goal we set for ourselves in growing our chapter membership by 5%; however, we were able to acquire and attract the highest amount of new members to our chapter in comparison to other years. It should be noted that we did have a higher number of members transfer out of our chapter to other chapters which would have contributed to the lower membership numbers for the year.
  9. 9. Certification ExamTop Scorers & Recent Member Certifications  CISA  Mr. Christopher Ka Kin Yan, CISA  Mr. Ai-Kao Chang, CISA  Mr. Richard Luk Chin Lee, CISA  Mr. Scott Kenneth Baker, CISA  Mr. James Murray Templeton, CISA  Mr. Kevin Teo, CISA  Mr. Reza Aghaee, CISA  Mr. Bruno Adamo, CISA  Mr. Michael J. Lonsdale-Eccles, CISA  Yvette Reyes Tecson, CISA  Mr. Hugh R. Burley, CISA  Stephan St-Germain, CISA  CISM  Mr. Ramakrishna P. Kodali, CISA,CISM,CGEIT  Mr. Luis Geraldo Segadas Araujo, CISA,CISM  Mr. Tejinder Singh Basi, CISM  Mr. Darcey Macinnes, CISA,CISM,CRISC  Mr. Muhammad Amir Husain, CISA,CISM  CGEIT  Mrs. Jennifer Anne Radford, CISA,CGEIT,CRISC  Mr. David Bonner, CGEIT The ISACAVancouver Board would like to acknowledge and congratulate the following certification exam top scorers, and chapter members who have received certifications within the last 12 months...  CRISC  Mr. Mahmood Rashid, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Glen Bruce, CISM,CRISC  Mr. Matthew S.K. Tam, CISA,CRISC  Luiz Antonio Di Serio, Jr., CRISC  Mr. Brent Douglas Peterson, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Raghuvir Kirtilal Jhaveri, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Edward G. Pereira, CISA,CISM,CRISC  Mr. Lachlan Turner, CRISC  Mr. Ivajlo Georgiev, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Man Chung Adam Lai, CISA,CRISC  Gabe Serpa, CISM,CRISC  Mr. Kevin Shal Tung, CRISC  Mr. Mohammad S. Muneer, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Chris Renter, CRISC  Ms. Susanna Pau, CRISC  Ms. Winifred M. Whelan, CISA,CRISC  Ms. Farzin Ismail, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Nazam Mohamed Jamal, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Trond Erik Berg, CISA,CRISC  Ms. Johann Boulter, CRISC  Mr. Kai Hoi Cheng, CISA,CRISC  Ms. Tanja Klagge, CRISC  Mr. Jameel Ahamed, CRISC  Ms. Karen Man-Ki Kwok, CISA,CRISC  Mrs. Jennifer Anne Radford, CISA,CGEIT,CRISC  Mr. Brian Kain, CRISC  Mr. Ed Bollana, CRISC  Mr. Gurmit Aujla, CRISC  Mr. Nitin Neil Khare, CISA,CRISC  Mr. Neil Watson, CRISC  CISATop Scorers (June 2011) 1. Mr. Hugh R. Burley, CISA 2. Yvette Reyes Tecson, CISA 3. Mr. Nickolas Adam Masaru Kvenich  CISMTop Scorers (June 2011) 1. Larry Carson 2. Mr. Darcey Macinnes, CISA,CISM,CRISC  CGEITTop Scorers (June 2011) 1. Mr. Tarlok Birdi, CISM,CRISC
  10. 10. Key Accomplishments • Sep 2, 2011 – PayPal integrated into website and first paid transaction made by member • Dec 7, 2011 – Partnered with SANS COINS to offer free education session to members • Feb 6, 2012 –Launch of new ISACAWebsite
  11. 11. Key Accomplishments • Mar 7, 2012 –Launch of ISACA Vancouver LinkedInGroup • Apr 17, 2012 – Partnered with IIA to host joint networking social event • Apr 25, 2012 – Awarded ISACA Web Site Gold-Level Award Year Award 2011 Web Site-Gold 2006 K. Wayne Snipes Regional Large 2005 K. Wayne Snipes Regional Medium 2004 Web Site-Gold 2003 K. Wayne Snipes Worldwide Medium 2003 K. Wayne Snipes Regional Medium 2003 Web Site-Gold 2002 Web Site-Silver 2001 Web Site-Silver
  12. 12. Key Accomplishments TheVancouver Chapter participated in the annual leadership conference by sending three board members to Orlando, Florida, USA. • May 5, 2012 – Donated and Presented $2,000 to ITGI • May 6, 2012 – Presented “Working with Students: Courting the Next Generation of Professionals” to other chapter leaders at the North America Leadership Conference (Orlando, Florida, USA) --------------------------------------- • Jun 24, 2012 – Donated and Presented $500 Cash Prize to BCIT Student
  13. 13. Timeline & Milestones Jun 28, 2011 – New Board Elected at AGM Aug 08, 2011 – PayPal Initially Setup Sep 2, 2011 – PayPal Website Integration & 1st Paid Customer Sept 20, 2011- Education Session: Fraud and the Information Systems Professional Sep 26, 2011 - CISA Online Course Offerings Announcement Sep 28, 2011 – ISACA Vancouver Membership Survey Oct 25, 2011 - Education Session: Using IT to Enable Enterprise Risk Management - Emerging Trends Nov 29, 2011 – Education Session: Risk Governance in The Cloud Dec 7, 2011 – SANS COINS Event: “Wiki-Leaked? Handling the Insider Threat” Dec 10, 2011 – ISACA Certification Exam Jan 17, 2012- Education Session: The Anatomy of the RSA Attack Jan 19, 2012 – ISACA Vancouver President’s Message Feb 6, 2012 – Launch of New ISACA Vancouver Website Feb 21, 2012 - Education Session: Defending Against World Wide Hacktivism! - Stories & Lessons Learned from the Trenches Mar 7, 2012 – Launch of ISACA Vancouver LinkedIn Group Apr 10 , 2012 – Official COBIT 5.0 Announcement and Launch Apr 17, 2012 – Working the Network - Cocktail Reception for the Vancouver Chapters of the IIA and ISACA Apr 24, 2012 – Education Session: Payment Card Industry (PCI) Emerging Trends Apr 25, 2012 – Awarded ISACA Web Site Gold-Level Award Apr 26-27, 2012 – CISA Review Course May 5, 2012 – Donated & Presented $2000 to ITGI May 6, 2012 – Presented “Working with Students: Courting the Next Generation of Professionals” to other chapter leaders at the North America Leadership Conference (Orlando, Florida, USA) May 22, 2012 - Education Session: Moving to COBIT 5.0 – The Changing Governance Landscape Jun 09, 2012 – ISACA Certification Exam Jun 15, 2012 – New Board Nominees Announced Jun 24, 2012 – Donated and Presented $500 Cash Prize Award to BCIT Student Jun 26, 2012 – AGM & New Board Elected Jun 26, 2012 - Education Session: Executive Panel Discussion: “Shadow IT Systems”
  14. 14. Timeline & Milestones Oct 25, 2011 Education Session: Using IT to Enable Risk Management - Emerging Trends May 5, 2012 Donated & Presented $2,000 to ITGI Mar 7, 2012 Launch of ISACA Vancouver LinkedIn Group Feb 6, 2012 Launch of New ISACA Vancouver Website Apr 24, 2012 Education Session: Payment Card Industry (PCI) Emerging Trends Sep 20, 2011 Education Session: Fraud and the Information Systems Professional Dec 7, 2011 SANS COINS Event: "Wiki-Leaked? Handling the Insider Threat" Sep 2, 2011 PayPal Website Integration & 1st Paid Customer Sep 28, 2011 ISACA Vancouver Membership Survey Feb 21, 2012 Education Session: Defending Against World Wide Hacktivism! - Stories & Lessons Learned from the Trenches Apr 10, 2012 Official COBIT 5.0 Announcement & Launch Jan 17, 2012 Education Session: The Anatomy of the RSA Attack Jun 9, 2012 ISACA Certification Exam Jun 28, 2011 AGM & New Board Elected Nov 29, 2011 Education Session: Risk Governance in The Cloud Jan 19, 2012 ISACA Vancouver President's Message Jun 26, 2012 AGM & New Board Elected Jun 24, 2012 Donated & Presented $500 Cash Prize to BCIT Student Apr 17, 2012 Working the Network - Cocktail Reception for the Vancouver Chapters of the IIA and ISACA May 6, 2012 Presented "Working with Students: Courting the Next Generation of Professionals" at NA Leadership Conference (Orlando, Florida, USA) Jun 26, 2012 Education Session: Executive Panel Discussion - "Shadow IT Systems" Jun 15, 2012 New Board Nominees Announced Aug 8, 2011 PayPal Initially Setup Dec 10, 2011 ISACA Certification Exam Sep 26, 2011 CISA Online Course Offering Announcement Apr 26, 2012 - Apr 27, 2012 CISA Review Course Apr 25, 2012 Awarded ISACA Web Site Gold-Level Award May 22, 2012 Education Session: Moving to COBIT 5.0 - The Changing Governance Landscape
  15. 15. Board Members &Volunteers Full Name Position ExecutiveOfficers Michael Leung President EdwinYau Vice President Farzin Ismail Secretary ChesterTai Treasurer Erik Berg Past President Directors KevinTeo Programs Director Kin Kwan Membership Director Imad Jebara Marketing Director John Lai Communications Director Ed Pereira Certification & Professional Relations Director Gaith Sarhan Academic Relations Director Karen Kwok Director at Large Mahmood Rashid Director at Large Non-Voting Members Peggy Lee Member at Large Nilesh Saraf ISACA AcademicAdvocate for SFU Andrew Burton-Jones ISACA AcademicAdvocate for UBC Volunteers Paul Ng Programs Committee Member PeterCheung UBC Student Kenneth Lam Past Board Member – PayPal Research
  16. 16. History of ISACA and theVancouver Chapter President Term Michael Leung 2011-2012 Trond Erik Berg 2010-2011 Trond Erik Berg* 2009-2010* Erika Pretorius 2009-2010 Paul Krisdaphongs 2008-2009 Michael Pretorius 2007-2008 Cornelius Jansen 2006-2007 Radmila Mihajlovic 2005-2006 Douglas Steele 2004-2005 Alan Bakjov 2003-2004 Tom Wai Chong Wong 2001-2003 Mark Donald Moran 2000-2001 Tejinder Singh Basi 1999-2000 Shaun D. Wilson 1998-1999 Anthony G. Intas 1996-1998 Ron Matthews 1994-1996 Doug L. Cruickshank 1993-1994 ** ** Hart J. Will 1978-? ISACA got its start in 1967, when a small group of individuals with similar jobs—auditing controls in the computer systems that were becoming increasingly critical to the operations of their organizations—sat down to discuss the need for a centralized source of information and guidance in the field. In 1969, the group formalized, incorporating as the EDP Auditors Association. In 1976 the association formed an education foundation to undertake large-scale research efforts to expand the knowledge and value of the IT governance and control field. Previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves. 35 years ago, on July 5, 1977, Dr. Hart J. Will, Associate Professor at UBC, along with other key assurance professionals from company names still recognizable today, submitted a Chapter Formation Proposal. The following year, in 1978, the Vancouver Chapter was established, and the rest they say is history… * Interim President while sitting President on leave ** Prior to the mid-90s, ISACA Internationaldid not archive all of the officer updates they received.

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