Governing an entity mandates management accurately conceptualize: organizational development, information criticality, and communication paths; when considering essential laws and regulations deployment attributes. The principles outlined in this session reflect five ISACA defined overarching themes: (1) meeting stakeholder needs; (2) covering the enterprise end-to-end; (3) applying a single, integrated framework; (4) enabling a holistic approach; and (5) separating governance from management.Reflective of conceptualization necessities and system software design constructs, Governance usually utilizes a top-down approach to support stakeholder expectations.
Consistent with a top-down approach for supporting stakeholder expectations, Governance Tree abstraction levels enable emphasizing modularity characteristics and data flows -- where nodes are defined information repositories.As illustrated by the Governance Tree model, an entity’s ‘Tone at the Top’ impacts Information Technology Governance and Information Security Governance effectiveness. Theoretically, the board of directors (oversight committee) and executive management are two of the four effective enterprise governance base ingredients. Consequently, since organizational processes usually employ information technology, information technology and security executive management are effective Information Technology Governance and Information Security Governance support elements.
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Most entities actively seek maximizing stakeholder return on investments and fostering superior customer relations to sustain creation justification. With information technologies considered indispensable to providing processing efficiency, communication expediency and information reliability for stakeholders; entities need to safeguard information assets adequately since they have measurable value. Instituting and sustaining information technology governance requires comprehensive planning and organizing; robust acquisitions and implementations; effective delivery and support; as well as continuous monitoring and evaluation to address the myriad of managerial, operational, and technical issues that can thwart satisfying an entity’s mission.
As a framework, enterprise governance of information technology enables a system of controls assisting in assuring organizational goals and objectives realization. “Integrating COBIT with COSO and other frameworks” highlights information technology governance alignment considerations for information and related technology. Didactically, this webinar covers five focus areas for merging COBIT with the entity’s adopted frameworks to enable effective and efficient design and operation of an organizational system of controls. Regarding managerial design content, this webinar will convey the necessary ingredients for establishing appropriate governance, risk management, and compliance. Furthermore, in this webinar, we will discuss operational control system deployments using COBIT and COSO domains as the foundational frameworks for ensuring entity-wide adaptability.
Similar to any other group formations, enterprises reflect personal aims, values, expectations, and sentiments that transform into a culture. An enterprise’s environment represents all conditions surrounding and affecting organizational endeavors. Most enterprises operate in an environment influenced by perceived stakeholder values as well as the firm’s mission, vision, and values. Community and organizational ethics and culture, applicable laws, regulations, and policies; as well as industry practices, affect corporate personnel.
Managers who interact with the environment endeavor to maintain the organizational culture while attempting to control external and internal forces affecting activities committed to enterprise mission achievement. Critical to preserving stakeholder confidence in the entity’s mission is governance deployment protecting information affecting investment and expenditure decisions. Management typically needs a governance framework that enables organizational alignment, proper resource allotment, adaptive risk assessments, acceptable value delivery and accurate performance measurements to address business environment issues.
This webinar addresses the incorporation of COBIT with other accepted frameworks to ensure aligned information technology and business processes with the organization's adopted frameworks. This presentation also addresses how manager-leaders can affect enterprise governance of information technology practices through concepts addressing accountability, roles, interactions, activities, and resource use. Dr. Davis describes significant directions and core principles of selected frameworks. Dr. Davis also links these guidelines and principles to relevant practices. The principles outlined in this session reflect five ISACA defined overarching themes: (1) meeting stakeholder needs; (2) covering the enterprise end-to-end; (3) applying a single, integrated framework; (4) enabling a holistic approach; and (5) separating governance from management.
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In this webinar, information systems management expert Dr. Robert E. Davis, CISA, CICA will address how manager-leaders can affect enterprise governance of information technology practices through concepts addressing accountability, roles, interactions, activities, and resource use. You will take away from this session:
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