“This course was thorough and covered a wide array of topics. Provides an excellent summarization of important factors to review while auditing.”
-Rafael Ruiz, IS Staff Auditor, Phillips Van Heusen Corp.
IT risks are increasingly recognized as critical factors in enterprise risk management. From preventing failures in regulatory compliance to helping avoid devastating harm to the reputation of the organization from headline-making security breaches, auditors have an obligation as well as value-adding opportunities to assess enterprise vulnerabilities through effective risk-based IT audit planning.
In this three-day seminar you will examine the IT general control areas that must be addressed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your information assets. The seminar will concentrate on determining risks in critical areas of the IT environment and the key controls that can reduce those enterprise risks. You will explore critical aspects of the IT environment, including IT governance, user access controls IT infrastructure controls, information security, physical security, disaster recovery, production change management and network perimeter security. You will learn how to develop strategies for assessing the key controls in your information systems infrastructure.
Prerequisite: None Advance Preparation: None
Learning Level: Basic Delivery Method: Group-Live