What Every IT Risk Assessment Should Include - OAR686WEB

Overview

A risk assessment shows an organizations’ ability to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information assets. Organizations are expected to have a demonstrated risk management process that includes asset identification and inventory, vulnerability and threat analysis, control inventory, risk assessment and response, monitoring, reporting and incident response and business continuity. This webinar provides the information you need to assess these dynamics.


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Tuition cost

$295

NASBA Certified CPE

3.00 Credits

Auditing

Why you should attend

You should attend because identifying, assessing, and examining the organization’s IT risk management practices are an integral part of internal auditors’ responsibilities.

Who should attend

Financial, Operational and Information Technology auditors and Audit management, Information Security, Project Managers and Risk Management professionals who need to know about the risk assessment process.

What You'll learn

You will learn the more common risk assessment and analysis requirements for meeting regulatory and industry requirements.

Prerequisites

None

  • Risk Management Strategy and Program Development
  • The Risk Universe and it's Key Components
  • Inherent Risk Concept and Assessment Techniques
  • Scenario Analysis Development Fundamentals
  • Regulatory Requirements for Assessments
  • Conducting a Maturity Assessment (Gap between current and desired state)
  • Tips to Conducting Third Party Assessments
  • Risk Response Preparation and Execution Basics
  • Assessment Follow-up
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Schedule your course

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Timezone: America/New_York

November 2021

TBD
Nov 12th, 2021-Nov 12th, 2021
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