This three-day seminar will explain how to use COBIT 5 ™, and more especially the more recent Practitioner Guides "COBIT 5 for Assurance" and "COBIT 5 for Risk", for Auditors and anyone who need to give assurance to executives, managers or stakeholders as well as those involved in risk management within the enterprise.
Whilst being managed by the Enterprise, information passes through many processes with associated controls to maintain its integrity, confidentiality
and availability. Executive Management and other Stakeholders need assurance on the efficiency of process and the effectiveness of controls. Moreover,
to make quality business decisions, the decision-makers must be able to rely on quality information!
This seminar provides detailed and practical guidance for assurance professionals and other interested parties at all levels of the enterprise on
how to use COBIT 5TM to support a variety of information assurance activities.
Participants will learn how to use the internationally recognized and acclaimed framework for Information Governance specifically:
- to give assurance to Stakeholders on the efficiency of processes and the effectiveness of controls relating to information and
- to identify and manage appropriately information-related risks
Who should attend: Information Auditors and audit management and anyone whose job involves providing assurance to stakeholders; Chief
Information Officers and their colleagues and staff responsible for identifying information-related risks and ensuring they are appropriately managed.
The need for Risk Management and Assurance in the Enterprise
COBIT 5 Principles and Enablers and how they relate to Risk and Assurance
Using the COBIT 5 for Risk Practitioner Guide
The Risk Function and Risk Management perspective
Aligning with Risk Management Standards
Using COBIT for Assurance Practitioner Guide
- The Assurance Function perspective
- Providing Assurance over a subject matter
- Using Enablers for Assurance Governance and Management
Introducing the COBIT 5 Process Assessment Model
- Process Assessment vs Capability modeling
- COBIT 5 Process Assessment model
- Process Dimension and Process Performance Indicators
- Process Capability Indicators
- COBIT 5 PAM for Assurance & Risk Management