Mar 21, 2024
2024 February Luncheon: FTC's Toughening Stance on Information Security and Privacy
Registration is open! See the "Upcoming Events" section below.
The IIA Seattle is excited to have you join us for our joint IIA Seattle / ISACA Puget Sound Luncheon on February 20, 2024.
The Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is indicative of the continuing trend of increasingly stringent regulatory expectations in the realms of Information Security and Privacy.
Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of how these developments, while incremental, may require a more dramatic shift in mindset for organizations to strategically and ethically adapt. The presentation aims to equip attendees with actionable insights to align their information security approaches with these emerging regulations. It will underscore the importance of staying ahead in a landscape where compliance, trust, and ethical considerations are not just regulatory mandates but essential elements of organizational resilience and success.
The location will be: Columbia Tower Club, 701 5th Ave 75th floor
Pricing: Member - $30 Non-member - $40
Hope to see you there! If you did not receive an email to register, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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During Internal Audit Awareness Month in May, we shared our passion for internal auditing, promoting the profession through a variety of events and campaigns designed to inform and engage, raise awareness, and help stakeholders understand the value of internal audit in their organizations.
Dear IIA Seattle Chapter Members,
Happy Holidays!! I hope everyone is having an enjoyable holiday season. In November we had a successful luncheon on the topic of Internal Audit's role in AI Risk Management, thank you to everyone who attended the event. On December 5th we partnered with AuditBoard to deliver a training on culture and ethics, we appreciate the opportunities to deliver these training to our members. In the new calendar year, we have a lot of fun events planned, luncheons, the 2024 GAAM conference and our annual fraud conference. We appreciate our members and volunteers for everything you do support our internal audit community in the Seattle area, without your support and commitment to the profession we would not have achieved the success our Chapter has experienced. I learned this week that our Seattle Chapter will be celebrating it's 75 year in 2024 and am very excited for share in the celebration with our members, volunteer, chapter officers and board members. More to come in how we will be recognized by National in the coming months.
Please register for our January event, we're excited to be hosting the Holiday Social with Michelle Wagner, and look forward to seeing you there.
We have several volunteer positions we are looking to fill, if you are passionate about academic relations, programming, member engagement, communications or want to volunteer your financial skills to support our treasurer we'd love to hear from you at Chapter34@iiachapters.org.
I wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season, have a wonderful month!!!
The Institute of Internal Auditors Seattle Chapter is pleased to offer up to five scholarships to students attending an accredited college or university in the state Washington for the 2023-2024 school year.
The application deadline is Friday March 31, 2023.
Amount and Duration of Scholarships:
Please direct any additional questions to IIAPugetSoundScholarship@gmail.com
The Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) is an achievement/recognition program for chapters that uses points to recognize chapter activities that align with the North American Strategic Plan. The Seattle IIA Chapter currently maintains Ruby Status, or 20 years of Gold achievement.