How to Audit IT General Controls - ITG201

How to Audit IT General Controls

How to Audit IT General Controls - ITG201

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How to Audit IT General Controls - ITG201


Price: $1833.00


This course explores the key IT general control areas to ensure confidentiality, integrity, availability, reliability, and privacy of your sensitive and proprietary data. Students will examine vulnerabilities, threats, and risks.

Who Should Attend

Experienced IT auditors and technologists: responsible for performing a IT General Controls Review audit or self-assessment


  • Fundamentals of Internal Auditing (OAG101)
  • IT Audit School (ITG121)

What You’ll Learn

You will learn about the vulnerabilities, threats and risks that organizations face daily and how to verify that IT controls are present and working as intended.


  • Introduction to a Data Center
  • General Controls Review
  • General Controls and IT Application Controls Requirements
  • ITGC Testing Methodologies
  • ITGC Reviews….Of What?
  • Getting Started Your First Seven Questions
  • IT Governance
  • Identify Access Management, AKA Logical Security
  • Network Controls
  • Computer Operations
  • Continuity of Operations Application Systems
  • Development and Change Control
  • Vendor Management
  • Data Base Management
  • Physical Security
  • Environmental Controls
  • Systems Software Management
  • Hardware and Software Inventory Management
  • Cloud Computing You’re In the Cloud
  • You’re Doing ITGCs. Now What? Your Audit Budget

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because this course explores critical aspects of IT environments like data governance and management, scenario-based risk assessment, and review exhibits to better plan, scope and conduct IT audits.

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