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Continuing professional Education (CPE) will be held in Bangladesh on 27 may, 2023

Staff Reporter:

Blockchain technology is a promising new technology with the potential to revolutionize the financial sector. However, there are a number of challenges that need to be overcome in order to realize these benefits. By understanding the potential benefits and challenges of blockchain technology, financial institutions can position themselves to take advantage of this new technology.

In today’s digital world, security breaches are a fact of life. Every organization, regardless of size or industry, is at risk of being hacked. In the event of a security breach, it is important to be prepared to respond quickly and effectively.

Also read:

Daily Cybersecurity Roundup, May 23- 2023

To make aware and make people skill the cyber industry, continuing professional Education (CPE) will be held on 27 may at ISACA Dhaka chapter office, 57 Sel trident tower, purana paltan lane, 13 floor.

The program will classified in CPE1 and CPE2. In CPE1, There will discuss “Future of Block chain Technology in Financial sector”. The keynote speaker of CPE1 is GM Faruk Ahmed, (CISSP, CISA, CDCP, CEH) Director, Membership, ISACA.

CPE2 Titled “Security Breach; are you prepare to response”. In CPE2, Secretary of ISACA Dhaka D. Abul Kalam Azad, (CISSP, CISA, CISM, CRISC) will hold the position of Keynote speaker.

The arranger of CPE mentioned the registration is opened for ISAKA member and Non-Member. For ISACA member the fee for the registration is 500/- only and 700/- for the Non-member participants.

The seminar will start at 7.00 pm and it will end at 9.00pm. Those who are interested to join the program click the link:



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