This presentation discusses the role of the CIO in IT Governance, risk, and compliance with a view to explain to their peers on how to partner with them to create value. Excellent discussion! (75 slides)
This whitepaper discusses the requirements for compliance, and their implications for actions that an organization must take to avoid legal, and regulatory jeopardy. The paper presents these imperatives in the context of the key laws, and regulations governing compliance. Good Discussion.
This white paper provides an introduction to compliance – what is compliance? why is compliance important? how to implement compliance in your organization? A good place for the CIO to start their journey into compliance and get ready to move beyond into risk management.
This IT self assessment tool can be used to identify gaps in capability and create the baseline for a benchmark against Cobit’s standards for best practice and identify opportunities for improvement.
This whitepaper discusses an that only a holistic, integrated approach in evaluating IT Governance, Risk and Compliance solutions will allow organizations to manage all aspects
This paper presents the results of a global survey to assess the extent to which companies are adopting a coordinated approach to their governance, risk
The purpose of this report is to provide an independent assurance to government projects but its lessons are universally applicable – the same assurance discipline can be applied to IT investments.
This presentation provides an overview of the general IT audit approach at visa and discusses standardization, audit exception reporting and audit issue remediation processes.
This presentation defines and clarifies the role, mission and charter of the internal audit function then describes its reporting structure and relationships with key stakeholders. It discusses best practices for executive reporting, risk assessment, life cycle and methodology and how to perform risk based and computer assisted audits.
Arguing that in some organization boundaries between IT Governance, Accounting, BPM and Security Administration are blurring, the author highlights key mega trends driving this convergence and discusses some points to consider when making the move yourself.