IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Jan 19 2013   4:35PM GMT

eBook excerpt: Assuring Information Security – Part XII

Robert Davis Robert Davis Profile: Robert Davis

If management views an IAP program as a methodology for achieving information systems goals and objectives, the adopted processes can enable a series of assessments defining control usefulness and control deployment; while conjunctively correlating effectiveness and efficiency directly linked to managerial and employee responsibility, accountability, and authority. Beneficially, regarding an entity’s direction and purpose; when responsibility, accountability, and authority are properly tailored, communication efficiency is improved through reductions in entropy and misunderstanding. Furthermore, management’s deployed IAP controls monitoring assists in ensuring the established fiduciary relationship with stakeholders is fulfilled. As an entity integrated resource, IT should be deployed as managerially required and with a sufficient level of formality, coverage, and control completeness to allow IAP monitoring.

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