IT Governance and Frameworks for IT Management Training “Governance” has become a “buzz” word, in reference to the action or manner of governing a state,…
IT Governance and Frameworks for IT Management Training
“Governance” has become a “buzz” word, in reference to the action or manner of governing a state, organization, et al,. “Governance” is sometimes defined as the “Establishment of policies, and continuous monitoring of their proper implementation, by the members of the governing body of an organization. It includes the mechanisms required to balance the powers of the members (with the associated accountability), and their primary duty of enhancing the prosperity and viability of the organization”.
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka has published “Baseline Security Standards for Information Security Management Assurance (BSS)” (A Regulatory requirement which came into effect from 01st July 2015).
This training is designed based on COBIT 4.1 and focuses on discussing the Relationship between Corporate Governance, Information Technology (IT) Governance, Information Security Governance and Risk Management System, as well as how to create a framework for IT Governance using IT Best practices and international standards to achieve Corporate Governance. Delivered by a lecturer with key insights into this specialized area, with hands-on experience not just in Sri Lanka but also in other countries, this programme is a ‘must-attend’ for those associated with IT Governance.
THIS PROGRAMME WILL COVER;
- A brief introduction to Governance
- IT Governance and how it relates to Corporate Governance
- Information Security Governance
- IT Framework using Best Practices and Standards
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- IT Security Managers (CISO)
- General Management Team especially Policy Makers
- Auditors (both general and IT)