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Intermediate IT Audit School 2018 Washington

Mon, November 5 - Thu, November 8, 2018 Washington, District Of Columbia
MicroTek Training Rooms 1110 Vermont Ave NW #700 Washington, District Of Columbia 20005 United States +1 630-719-0211

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2018 Washington

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 05-08, 2018

A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”. These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks. The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. We will discuss how you can use common frameworks and standards as an overall framework for planning IT audits. 

To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Agenda:

Risk Assessment and Audit Planning

Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks

IT Governance

User Access Controls

Encryption Demystified

Network Perimeter Security

Operating System Software

Database Management Systems (DBMS)

System Development and Change Management

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning

Auditing Outsourced IT Operations

Executing IT Audits

Who Should Attend?

Senior IT auditors, technologists and information security managers and analysts

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2018 New York

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 22-25, 2018

A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”. These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks. The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. We will discuss how you can use common frameworks and standards as an overall framework for planning IT audits. 

To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Who Should Attend?

Senior IT auditors, technologists and information security managers and analysts

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2018 San Francisco

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, SAN FRANCISCO, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 01, 2018

A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”.  These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks.  The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Who Should Attend

Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2018

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, ATLANTA, FEBRUARY 05-08, 2018

A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”.  These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks.  The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Who Should Attend

Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Orlando

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, CHICAGO, DECEMBER 04-07, 2017

What is this event?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at Disney's Contemporary Resort, 4600 North World Dr, Orlando, Florida.

 Who should attend this event?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Chicago

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, CHICAGO, NOVEMBER 14-17, 2017

What is this event?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at MicroTek Computer Lab CH, 230 West Monroe St Suite 900, Chicago, Illinois.

 Who should attend this event?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 23-26, 2017

What is this event?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at MicroTek Computer Lab NY, 180 Maiden Ln Suite 1102, New York.

Who should attend this event?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

 

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Aurora

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, AURORA, SEPTEMBER 11-14, 2017

What is this event?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at New Horizons – Denver, 12500 E Iliff Ave, Aurora, Colorado, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Speakers:

Fred Roth, CISA

Fred C. Roth is Vice President of MIS Training Institute’s IT Audit Division, where he facilitates and coordinates its IT Audit and Sarbanes-Oxley IT Audit curriculum. Mr. Roth also provides extensive direction and training to organizations worldwide in planning and assessing IT risk areas. Previously, Mr. Roth spent more than 25 years in system development and information technology audit and security with Eastman Kodak Company.

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Anaheim

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, GARDEN GROVE, AUGUST 21-24, 2017

WHAT IS THIS EVENT?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

WHERE IS THIS EVENT LOCATED?

This event will take place at Hyatt Regency Orange County, 11999 Harbor Blvd, Garden Grove, California.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS EVENT?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

WHAT ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EVENT?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems (DBMS)
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Speakers:

Thomas Salzman, CISA, ITIL

Thomas Salzman is IT Audit Manager for Illinois State University, where he manages all computer audits conducted by the University. His responsibilities include working with educational and administrative departments throughout the University to prepare and streamline IT policies and procedures, improve operational processes and controls, and develop methodologies for managing computer resources. His work requires him to be skilled in telecommunications controls, application management, computer intrusion, security management, and application design and development.

WHY SHOULD I ATTEND THIS EVENT?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Chicago

Intermediate IT Audit School, Chicago, July 10-13, 2017

What is this event?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at MicroTek Computer Lab CH, 230 West Monroe St Suite 900, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems (DBMS)
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Speakers:

Jason Claycomb, CISA, CISSP:

Mr. Claycomb is the founder of INARMA LLC, where he helps clients build and maintain IT and enterprise GRC policies and processes. He is a 30-year veteran in cybersecurity, IT governance, and audit. Mr. Claycomb brings a realistic approach to GRC to comply with laws, federal regulations, and industry best practices, utilizing NIST as a foundation for risk assessment. He is proficient in IT governance, planning, systems development and installation, data analysis and reporting, and in evaluating logical and physical controls.

Why should attend I this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

 

 

 

 

 

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 New York

Intermediate IT Audit School, New York, June 12-15, 2017:

What is this event?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at MicroTek Computer Lab NY, 180 Maiden Lane Ste 1102, New York, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems (DBMS)
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Speaker:

Fred Roth, CISA

Fred C. Roth is Vice President of MIS Training Institute’s IT Audit Division, where he facilitates and coordinates its IT Audit and Sarbanes-Oxley IT Audit curriculum. Mr. Roth also provides extensive direction and training to organizations worldwide in planning and assessing IT risk areas.

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

 

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Washington

Intermediate IT Audit School, Washington, May 15-18, 2017

What is this event?

Intermediate IT Audit School seminar, attendees will learn a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise.

Seminar will classify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks.

At this event attendee will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning.

Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at MicroTek Computer Lab DC, 1110 Vermont Ave NW Suite 700, Washington, District of Columbia, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This event is for Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems (DBMS)
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations
  • Executing IT Audits

Speaker:

Jason Claycomb, CISA, CISSP:

Mr. Claycomb is the founder of INARMA LLC, where he helps clients build and maintain IT and enterprise GRC policies and processes. He is a 30-year veteran in cybersecurity, IT governance, and audit. Mr. Claycomb brings a realistic approach to GRC to comply with laws, federal regulations, and industry best practices, utilizing NIST as a foundation for risk assessment.

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.
  • Immerse in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits.

 

 

 

 

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Las Vegas

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, LAS VEGAS, MARCH 13-16, 2017

A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”.  These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks.  The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations

Speakers:

Jason Claycomb

Who Should Attend

Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts

 

About Intermediate IT Audit School 2017 Tampa

INTERMEDIATE IT AUDIT SCHOOL, TAMPA, FEBRUARY 13-16, 2017

A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”.  These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks.  The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.Event Highlights:

  • Risk Assessment and Audit Planning
  • Compliance Management: Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
  • IT Governance
  • User Access Controls
  • Encryption Demystified
  • Network Perimeter Security
  • Operating System Software
  • Database Management Systems
  • System Development and Change Management
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Auditing Outsourced IT Operations

Speakers:

Jason Claycomb

Who Should Attend

Financial, Operational, Business Applications, IT, and External Auditors; QA personnel; Audit Managers and Directors; Information Security Managers and Analysts

About Intermediate IT Audit School - ITG241 In Orlando

​“Excellent general course to help develop an understanding of key IT processes and controls. A huge benefit is obtaining key reference documents that would take years to cultivate otherwise." - Senior Auditor, REI A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”. These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks. The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

About Intermediate IT Audit School - ITG241 In New York

​“Excellent general course to help develop an understanding of key IT processes and controls. A huge benefit is obtaining key reference documents that would take years to cultivate otherwise." - Senior Auditor, REI A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”. These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks. The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

About Intermediate IT Audit School - ITG241 In Boston

​“Excellent general course to help develop an understanding of key IT processes and controls. A huge benefit is obtaining key reference documents that would take years to cultivate otherwise." - Senior Auditor, REI A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”. These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks. The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

About Intermediate IT Audit School May 2-5 2016 Washington DC

​“Excellent general course to help develop an understanding of key IT processes and controls. A huge benefit is obtaining key reference documents that would take years to cultivate otherwise." - Senior Auditor, REI A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”. These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks. The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

About Intermediate IT Audit School March 7-10 2016 San Francisco

​“Excellent general course to help develop an understanding of key IT processes and controls. A huge benefit is obtaining key reference documents that would take years to cultivate otherwise." - Senior Auditor, REI A week no longer passes that does not include more headline-grabbing news of a large “cyberattack” or “cyberbreach”. These hacker threats, evolving technologies, and staff shortages challenge IT auditors to address the enterprise’s increasing IT risks. The common thread through these security incidents is the requirement for information security, individual privacy and effective controls at all levels of the enterprise. In this practical four-day seminar, attendees will immerse themselves in a risk and compliance approach to IT auditing to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets throughout an enterprise. You will apply COBIT® and ISO-27002 as an overall framework for planning IT audits. To help arrive at organization-specific risk and compliance IT auditing benchmarks, we will identify authoritative sources for audit program requirements associated with major US and international government and industry legislation, standards, and frameworks. We will concentrate on determining risk and compliance levels in such critical management and technical areas as IT governance, information security, operating systems, database management systems, network infrastructure security, application software development, change management and business continuity planning. Each topic will be accompanied with detailed discussions representing IT control best practices.

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