A recent white paper issued by the Australian chapters of global IT association ISACA highlights the potential for security breaches and major technology disasters at leading Australian organisations, with 60% of IT professionals stating they do not believe all IT-related risks are being effectively managed. Furthermore, 64% of IT professionals believe the risk culture at their organisation is either moderately effective or not effective at all.
There is a common misperception in the industry that IT risks only include security-related IT risks, despite there being a range of different scenarios and potential IT issues that should be considered.” Organisations must relate IT risks to business goals and keep the business engaged to create support and executive involvement to address these challenges.
ISACA’s COBIT® 5 for Risk offers comprehensive guidance on management and governance of IT Risk.
This course provides introductory and practical coverage of all aspects of COBIT 5 for Risk, including its components, enablers and implementation guidance. Using relevant scenario or case study, this course will highlight how COBIT 5 for Risk can be used in parts or holistically in a simple and pragmatic way.
A basic knowledge of ISACA’s COBIT 5 or COBIT 4.1 frameworks is recommended.