The systems development process is an essential component of IT control to provide assurance that new applications are adequately controlled. Implementing new or extensively modified systems introduces a significant risk of system failure or operational difficulties that could have major enterprise consequences. Internal Auditors can add value and provide important perspectives throughout the systems development process to help mitigate inherent system development risks.
You should attend because the IIA has issued advisories stating that all internal auditors must have sufficient knowledge of key information technology risks and controls.
IT, financial and operational auditors, audit management, risk management, and compliance management.
You will learn about the techniques, tools, consultative approach and involvement in system development projects that help organizations reduce the risk of project failure.
• Identify key risks associated with system development projects
• Highlight why Audit should be involved early in system development projects
• Identify how Audit can provide value during system development projects
• Define Audit’s role and timing of involvement
• Review key high-risk focus areas
• Address the “politics” of audit involvement
• Concepts apply to Traditional and Agile Models
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