IT Risk Management Planning for 2021 - Addressing Critical IT Risks - OAR710WEB

IT Risk Management Planning for 2021 - Addressing Critical IT Risks OAR710WEB

IT Risk Management Planning for 2021 - Addressing Critical IT Risks - OAR710WEB
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Upcoming Dates & Locations

Virtual
Oct 21st, 2021

IT Risk Management Planning for 2021 - Addressing Critical IT Risks - OAR710WEB

Overview

Risk management and audit departments are faced yearly with the task of determining what risk areas need to be addressed in the coming year. This webinar covers recent security incidents including ransomware attacks and the continuing failure of basic internal controls that allow hackers to penetrate networks through firewalls, vendors, social engineering, SQL injection attacks and other means. This information is key to identify trends that inform our future.


Who Should Attend

Financial, Operational and Information Technology auditors and Audit management, Information Security and Risk Management professionals who need to assess risk an prepare for future engagement.


Prerequisites

  • None

What You’ll Learn

You will learn about current and future events that are expected to impact organizations and their IT infrastructure.


Objectives

  • Impact of COVID-19
    • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure VDI
      • Zero Trust Model
      • Data Loss Protection
      • Awareness Training
      • WFH Control Resources
      • Addressing Security Incidents for 2021 Planning
      • Resources

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because identifying, assessing, and examining the organization’s risk responses, and helping the organization increase its capacity to handle risk, are an integral part of internal auditors’ responsibilities.

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