Annual ISACA Day 2013

On 15th February 2013, ISACA Student Group @ Temasek Polytechnic had their annual ISACA Day in Temasek Polytechnic. We were honoured to invite Mr Leonard Ong, President of ISACA Singapore Chapter and Mr Ho Shee Yan, Head of Audit Division at Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, as our guests. This year is also special as our past current presidents, Benjamin Lee and Teh Kaiwen, came to support the event.

The program kicked off with an opening speech from Yong Jia Jie, the current President of ISACA Student Group @ Temasek Polytechnic. Through his speech, Jia Jie gave an insight of the student group’s yearly activities as well as highlighting the benefits of joining as an ISACA member.

Following the opening speech, two groups of students from the Diploma in Digital Forensics presented the projects which they had worked on during their holidays. The first project was the “Facebook Forensics”. Students from both Diploma in Digital Forensics and Cyber & Digital Security had worked together to build a forensics application that was able to retrieve and analyze Facebook data. The second project was the “Cold Boot Forensics”, an application that was capable of retrieving data from the RAM (Volatile Memory) even after the power was cut off.

After the projects sharing session, our guest speaker, Mr Ho Shee Yan gave a talk on the “Success Factors In Information Systems Audit”. Throughout his talk, he engaged the audience by sharing his past experiences in the field with them.

The day concluded with refreshments as well as students signing up as ISACA student members.

Thank you one and all for your support.

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