Welcome to UW CISA

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The key objectives of the centre are to stimulate relevant research, support the development/delivery of educational materials, communicate about important information integrity (II) and information systems assurance (ISA) issues and related centre activities, and promote interaction among II and ISA educators and practitioners.

The University of Waterloo Centre for Information Integrity and Information Systems Assurance (UW CISA) is sponsored by the School of Accounting and Finance at the University of Waterloo, Chartered Professional Accountants Canada and the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. Its objectives are to improve the quality of research and education in the II and ISA area at the University of Waterloo, throughout Canada and in developing economies. This centre will foster a close and continuing working relationship between the school and its sponsors.

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  1. Oct. 24, 2019UW CISA and Richter LLP partner in cybersecurity research

    University of Waterloo[1] and Richter LLP partner in cybersecurity research

    Waterloo (24/10/19) – As the reliance on information technology increases for businesses and individuals, so has the challenge to maintain information security. The UW Centre for Information Integrity and Information Systems Assurance (UW CISA) is excited to announce its collaboration with Richter LLP in the research and education in cybersecurity issues.

  2. July 24, 2019Announcement 11th Biennial Symposium

    Announcement

    UW CISA's 11th Biennial Symposium on Information Integrity and Information Systems Assurance

    Plus workshops on Audit Data Analytics, Data Mining for Fraud Detection, Machine Learning and Text Analytics.

    New in 2019 - a special research workshop on Eye Tracking and Other Neurophysiological Devices (limited to 8 registrants).

  3. July 23, 2019UW CISA team wins best paper award

    Factors Affecting Individuals’ Susceptibility to Cyber Attacks” a paper by Efrim Boritz, Kate Patterson and Jessie Ge was voted best paper at the International Symposium on Accounting Information Systems held at Michigan State University June 27-28, 2019.

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