IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Sep 13 2011   8:56PM GMT

Common Risk Determinants for an IT Architecture – Part VI



Posted by: Robert Davis
Tags:
Audit Oversight Committee
COBIT
Control Environment
Due Diligence
IT Architecture
Project Management
Risk Management
Risk Mitigation
Risk Tolerance

An entity’s oversight committee should provide internal and external controls due diligence. In this regard, entity oversight committees normally delegate responsibility, accountability, and authority to an audit oversight committee that: evaluates project controls, interfaces with auditors and provides direction on audit priorities.

Furthermore, an entity’s oversight committee should provide investments due diligence through an IT strategy committee. In this regard, the IT strategy committee should delegate responsibility, accountability, and authority to an IT group or individual that: evaluates the IT project portfolio, interfaces with project managers and provides direction on project priorities.

View Part I of the Common Risk Determinants for an IT Architecture series here

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