Our IT Governance conference is definitely a great opportunity to meet the top of the breed IT Governance experts coming from Belgium and New Zealand. Just come to attend specialists’ [...]
Our IT Governance conference is definitely a great opportunity to meet the top of the breed IT Governance experts coming from Belgium and New Zealand. Just come to attend specialists’ keynotes and be captivated by our international panel debate session. In order to setup this event, ITSMF collaborates with ISACA and the Antwerp Management School for this exceptional event. As usual, food and drinks will be offered to make it a pleasant experience for your body and spirit.
- 13.00 Welcome
- 13.30 “Dealing with the elephant in the boardroom” Keynote by Steven de Haes on how governing boards address IT
- 14.30 “Finding data werewolves on LinkedIn” – Keynote by Alison Holt on the ethical governance of data
- 15.30 Break
- 16.00 “Expert Panel Discussion on IT Governance” animated by Jurgen Van De Sompel with Alison Holt, Mark Vael and Steven de Haes
- 17.00 Networking and walking diner
Steven De Haes
Steven De Haes, PhD, is Associate Professor Information Systems Management at the University of Antwerp – Faculty of Applied Economics and at the Antwerp Management School. He is actively engaged in teaching and applied research in the domains of Digital Strategies, IT Governance & Management, IT Strategy
& Alignment, IT Value & Performance Management, IT Assurance & Audit and Information Risk & Security.
He is alumnus of the International Teacher’s Program (Kellogg School of Management) and teaches at bachelor, master, executive and PhD level. He also acts as Academic Director for the Executive Master of IT Governance & Assurance, the Executive Master of Enterprise IT Architecture, the Executive Master of IT Management and the (full-time pre-experience) Master in Management.
His research has been published in international peer-reviewed journals. He held positions of Director of Research and Associate Dean Master Programs for the Antwerp Management School. He also acts as speaker and facilitator in academic and professional conferences and coaches organizations in their digital strategies, IT governance, alignment, value and audit/assurance efforts. He is involved in the development of the international IT governance framework COBIT as researcher and co-author.
An internationally acclaimed expert in the Corporate Governance of Information Technology (IT) and Sustainability Management, Alison is Director and Founder of Longitude 174 Limited. Alison chairs the New Zealand Mirror Groups for the ISO/IEC IT Service Management and IT Governance committee, JTC1/SC40 and the Software and System Engineering committee, JTC1 SC7. In this role she holds the NZ vote for new standards in a one-country-one-vote system, and she represents the views and opinions of New Zealand subject-matter-experts.
As part of her international standards work, Alison chaired the first worldwide ISO Working Group reviewing IT governance frameworks and practices, which was responsible for the publication of the first international IT governance standard in June 2008. The British Computer Society published Alison’s first book, “Governance of IT: An Executive Guide to ISO/IEC 38500” in 2013.
Marc is a board member bringing more than 20 years practical, valuable and innovative knowledge to boards around protecting personal & sensitive information, managing relevant IT risks and assuring business continuity.
Marc is a recognized reference for:
- IT Audit & Compliance
- IT Risk Management
- Information Security Management
- Business Continuity & IT Disaster Recovery
- Privacy & Data Protection
- IT Outsourcing & Cloud Computing Management
Antwerp Management School is the autonomous business school of the University of Antwerp, and was founded in 1959 as IPO (Instituut voor Postuniversitair Onderwijs), at that time the most prestigious school for management education. The institute had a major impact on the development of Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium and beyond by delivering top managers in large companies and organizations.
Cegeka is an independent European IT services provider. The company helps its customers with IT consultancy projects, the integration of ICT infrastructure, the development and implementation of applications and outsourcing. The ICT company, originally Belgian, houses the ICT of its customers in its own data centres in Hasselt, Leuven and Veenendaal (the Netherlands).
A new, state-of-the-art data centre is opening in the Dutch city of Geleen at the end of 2015. Cegeka Group has over 3500 employees, and is expecting a consolidated turnover of €400m in 2015.Cegeka has branches in Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Austria, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
Cegeka provides services for software development for customers across Europe, 24-hour service desk management, coaching for agile transformations, integration of cloud software and omni-channel marketing. Visit www.cegeka.com for more information.
(Friday) 13:00 - 17:00
Antwerp Management School
Het Brantijser Sint-Jacobsmarkt 9-13 2000 Antwerpen