The biggest question of an organization should be “how are we avoiding the conflicts, improve process and build trust between security and operations”? First of all we need to cover these basis below to start with the right foot;
- Fast and timely detect, audit and remediate breaches – and avoid expensive fines
- Build/Create a more active environment to comply to regulatory mandates
- Develop governance policies that covers and work with all aspects of your business
- Better allocation of resources and capacity planning to reduce infrastructure costs
Promin is a trusted resource for IT professionals seeking to help businesses meet privacy, security, financial accountability, and other regulatory requirements. Targeted at CIOs, CTOs, compliance managers, and information technology professionals, Promin focuses on regional and vertical-specific information that promotes awareness and propagates best practices within the IT community over two decades.
IT Audit Checklists are a series of topical white papers that provide practical guidance for IT, compliance, and business managers on preparing for successful internal audits of various aspects of their operations. In addition to helping managers understand what auditors look for and why, the IT Audit Checklists can also help managers “proactively” complete self-assessments of their operations, thereby identifying opportunities for system and process improvements that can be performed in advance of actual audit.
Internal auditors are increasing the frequency, scope, and “depth” of their assessments of risk management processes and programs. Moreover, they had no way to reach a corporate consensus on whether specific risks were acceptable or to what degree they should to be mitigated.
By contrast, organizations should promotes a broader understanding of risks across the organization. Enables board members and other decision makers to recognize risks and formulate appropriate responses. Tracks what is being done by whom to mitigate observed risks. Allows decision makers to more quickly recognize and assess emerging risks. Helps companies to assess and manage risks more quickly than competitors. Enables companies to evaluate risks in context, realizing when a perceived risk is actually an opportunity.
Operations continuity deals with the notion that a business should be able to survive even if a disastrous event occurs. Rigorous planning and commitment of resources is necessary to adequately plan for such an event. Contingency planning is the primary responsibility of senior management as they are entrusted with the safeguarding of both the assets and the viability of the company.
Who is covering the following continuity of operations topics:
- Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans
- Business Critical application (tiers of recovery)
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