In the past, spreadsheets were used to track compliance and manage audits, however; as compliance regulations continue to grow in numbers and complexity, companies have started to turn to automating governance, risk and compliance (GRC) processes to save resources.
At ITWeb’s 10th annual Governance, Risk and Compliance 2020 conference, we will examine how IT governance, compliance and risk professionals can efficiently deploy automated GRC strategies that support the organisations’ existing data governance objectives.
Join us for the day and connect with thought provoking speakers, solution providers and your peers to share ideas and develop solutions to help you make informed decisions that drive business performance while considering risks and compliance.
Focus must be on identifying as many issues as possible rather than aiming to provide a clean report.
Not adopting new technologies could prove riskier than adopting them, says Tichaona Zororo, director at EGIT | Enterprise Governance of IT.
Five budding system administrators and open source enthusiasts have successfully acquired sought-after Red Hat Certified System Administrator certification having passed their Red Hat exams.
Tichaona Zororo has vast years of in-depth global experience in mainstream IT, Digital Transformation & Innovation Governance, Cybersecurity, IT Auditing and Risk across all sectors.
He is an author, SME and speaker in Governance of Enterprise IT [GEIT], Digital & Innovation Governance, Cybersecurity, Social Media, IT Auditing, IT Risk and an advisor to several Boards of Directors, IT & Business Leaders on Digital Transformation, Innovation Governance & Cybersecurity. Tichaona is passionate about everything GEIT, Tichaona is a recipient of the ISACA Harold Weiss Award for Outstanding Achievement for his exceptional dedication & achievement that far exceeds the norm in Digital & Innovation Governance.
Auditing the IT processes in the digital age
director: Digital Transformation & Innovation Advisory, EGIT &
immediate past president, ISACA South Africa Chapter
During this workshop, you will be guided through the key steps to a successful IT audit; such as learning how data analytics is fundamentally transforming audit processes and how to keep track of IT costs and expenditures.
Business resilience and continuity management
Wolfpack Information Risk
During this workshop, your trainer will demonstrate methods of managing both foreseeable and unforeseeable risks in your organisation. You will explore the importance of making provision for foreseeable risks, and why companies also need to make sure they are resilient enough to recover from unforeseeable risks.
If you answered YES to any of these questions then don’t miss out on this opportunity to showcase your GRC solutions to a business decision maker audience at ITWeb GRC Summit 2020. Contact Debbie Visser, email@example.com for a breakdown of opportunities available to suit your marketing budget.
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The Puleng Blueprint provides our customers with a client-centric strategy to manage and secure the two most valuable assets an organisation has: its Data and Users while facilitating IT and business with a platform to build an efficient, collaborative and integrated Cybersecurity programme.
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OneTrust GRC enables risk, compliance and audit professionals to identify, measure, and remediate risk across their business. With OneTrust GRC, companies can seamlessly integrate risk management into their daily activities.
Please visit: www.onetrust.com.
The South Africa Chapter covers all of South Africa; including the Western Cape (Cape Town), Eastern Cape (PE and East London), Gauteng (Johannesburg & Pretoria) and Kwazulu-Natal (Durban).
The South Africa Chapter (130) is the largest chapter in the Africa region, which comprises 17 ISACA chapters; and is the twelfth-largest chapter of ISACA’s 221 chapters worldwide.
Now in its 28th year of existence, the vision of the ISACA SA Chapter is to be the leading professional organisation in South Africa for business leaders in technology, information and cyber security, governance, risk and innovation.
The ISACA community is guided by our Purpose and Promise, which defines the essence of who we are and what we do. Our Purpose is the reason we exist—to help business technology professionals and their enterprises around the world realize the positive potential of technology. Our Promise is how we, as an organization and as individuals, deliver on our Purpose: inspiring confidence that enables innovation through technology. Our work, and the work of the professional community we support, has never been more important.
Please visit: engage.isaca.org.