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Are you a senior professional who manages core elements of your company’s IT audit, governance or security responsibilities? Come explore the latest challenges and opportunities in technology that are transforming the way we do business.
This three-day event is geared towards the country’s top IT, business and accounting leaders, offering comprehensive sessions, panels and workshops on the latest issues in IT audit, governance and security.
Whether you work in the private or public sector, digital advancement and new technologies will have an impact on your organization. It’s crucial to cultivate a mindset that’s ready to navigate disrupted landscapes and harness the potential of change.
Get the practical information you need to sharpen your competitive edge in everything from artificial intelligence and blockchain to agile auditing, the Internet of Things, and more.
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351 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5A 0N1
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