BrexIT - Do you have a strategy?

Date/Time:
Friday 11 August 2017, 12:00pm - 2.00pm

Venue:
Ouless Room, Jersey Museum, The Weighbridge, St Helier, JE2 3NG

Cost:
Free

Speaker:
Dalim Basu FBCS CITP CISA CRISC, (Chairman, BCS North London Branch)

Who should attend?

Anyone who is concerned with the threats and opportunities that Brexit presents and or anyone with an interest in information technology or business and technology.

Synopsis: BrexIT - Do you have a strategy?

How can we help organisations to understand and manage their IT-related challenges and risks in the uncertain transition process toward and through Brexit, and to benefit from a new world of opportunities?

At this interactive event, we present an overview of a possible Brexit readiness programme, and invite participation and discussion to help evolve the approach and enhance its usefulness for small and medium-sized UK organisations.

Come to join us to learn and contribute to views about this important topic, including the following points:

  • What does Brexit mean for us?
  • What is BCS good for?
  • How can we help make IT good for society?
  • How can we help local organisations (especially SMEs) with IT readiness for Brexit and beyond?

Speaker bio:

Dalim is an IT professional with expertise in IT Governance and Risk Management. His experience includes IT audit, compliance, controls, security, PMO and project management.

He is a Director of DSL IT Risk Management Consultancy, and has worked in the UK and other countries for major financial and business services firms such as PwC, KPMG, Chase Manhattan Bank, ITN, Lehman Brothers, Lloyds Banking Group, Mitsubishi, Mizuho Bank, Nomura, Shell and Zurich Financial Services.

As voluntary activities, for many years Dalim has been Chairman of the dynamic North London Branch (NLB) of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT; and also a judge of BCS/Computing ‘UK IT Industry Awards’.

He is the Events Director of ISACA London Chapter and also a mentors guiding IT students, innovators and entrepreneurs at London University and elsewhere.