ISACA Sydney presented the 4th annual One Day Summit on Tuesday October 25, 2011 at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney. This year, the theme was "Technology on the Move" which focussed on mobility and cloud computing as well as IT governance, change management, risk management and Advanced Persistent Threats. Following the keynote presentation and individual speakers, a panel was held to broaden the discussion.
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