December 13, 2018 Ethics Seminar

Topic:  Joint Ethics Seminar with Boise IIA

Join us for this presentation by Jon Shipley

Date and Time: Thursday, December 13, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, There will also be social/networking time starting at 2:30

CPEs:  2 ethics-related CPE hours

Pricing:

  • $35 ISACA and IIA members
  • $50 nonmembers
  • $20 retired members and students

Location:  JRS Auditorium (Simplot Headquarters), 1099 W Front St, Boise

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Summary:   Ethical dilemmas are those moments that pit the things we value against each other. Identifying those values – and their worth – is at the heart of working through these challenges, but each of us does it in a slightly different way. In this training we’ll discuss values, ethical approaches, and workshop how those things lead to our individual behaviors. We all can be a little more mindful of the approaches we take and the implications that each has on what we choose to do

Jon Shipley is a Human Resource Consultant that has been working with AmeriBen
since 2016. He received his Ph.D. in Organizational Communication from Texas A&M,
specializing in organizational culture and development. Over the years, he has
enjoyed a variety of experiences in business, from sales and account management to
customer service and branch management.
Jon’s expertise lies in creating interactive learning experiences – he has over 9 years
teaching at the university level and received departmental awards based on that
work. Currently he holds an adjunct position at Boise State University, teaching
classes in organizational and interpersonal communication.

November 14, 2018 CPE Luncheon

Topic:  Cyber Security Awareness

Join us for this presentation by Dawn Teply

Time and Location: November 14th, at Boise Plaza, 1111 West Jefferson, Room 2NE @ 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.

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Summary:

Cyber Security Awareness: What You Didn’t Know You Needed to Know

A discussion on the real-world threats organizations are facing, what tools organizations can use to protect and detect potential attacks, and whether individual training and awareness is worth the time and effort (and if so, what are the best ways to train employees).

Dawn Teply is currently a Security Analyst at St. Luke’s Healthcare System, where she has focused on cyber security education, IT governance and Risk Management, data loss prevention and incident response for the last three years.

She is a Certified Information System Auditor and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Information Systems from the great University of Idaho. Dawn was a member of the ISACA Boise Chapter Board for several years as President, Vice President, Treasurer, Audit & Nominations Chair, President again and Treasurer again. She has over 17 years of experience in internal audit focusing on IT and corporate audits, SOX compliance, and risk management; corporate accounting; and cyber security.

Dawn is an avid runner and a dad-joke connoisseur who must have been a professional foosball player in a previous life. As a mother of four humans and two hairy dachshunds, Dawn is always on the run, even when she’s not training for her next race, yet she still manages to find time for volunteering and educating others on Cyber Security.