The Road to ISACA 50
Follow along as we gear up for our 50th anniversary in 2019 and help us count down to the future!

By: Dario Sarlo | March 26, 2018

Technology marvels came fast and furious in the 1970s, including the arrival of email (1971), the compact disc (1972) and modems that enabled computers to talk to each other over phone lines (1973). By the end of the decade, more than half a million computers were in use in the United States. However, technology continued to move faster than controls. In 1977, only 15 percent of corporations polled had an EDP audit function.

ISACA cartoons reflected the increased speed of technology, often faster than internal protocols.

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By: Dario Sarlo | February 01, 2018

This was the headline emblazoned across the organization’s EDP Auditor Update during the summer of 1982. The announcement celebrated the purchase of an IBM Datamaster for the administrative office, with the goal of computerizing many previously manual tasks.

EDP Auditor Update, July-August 1982, Vol. VII, No. 4, 1.

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