IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Mar 29 2011   8:28PM GMT

Managing the Dynamic Uncertainties of IT – Part VI



Posted by: Robert Davis
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Adaptive Process
Adaptive Systems
COBIT
Control Environment
Dynamic Equilibrium
Illegal Acts
Risk Assessment
Risk Management

An adequate IT plan describes predetermined objectives, goals as well as ambit with sufficient supporting detail to guide risk assessment development. Correspondingly, IT risk assessment plans should reflect applicable IT standards and practice statements issued by governing bodies. Whereby, provisioning an IT program’s risk assessment nature, timing and extent are primary motives for determining IT ambit. Thus delineated, considering generally accepted IT domains, potential IT risk assessment ambits include:
 deployed IT applications
 IT change management
 IT development projects
 IT network infrastructure
 information security

View Part I of the Managing the Dynamic Uncertainties of IT series here

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