Current Issue: Volume 13  26 June 2019

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Tips From Industry Experts

Antonio Ramos Garcia
By Antonio Ramos Garcia, CISA, CRISC, CISM, Jonah

When implementing a third-party risk management or vendor risk management (VRM) program, there are many decisions that must be made: How many levels of criticality should there be? What security requirements should be considered at each level? Read More >>

Take the Next Step in Your Cybersecurity Career

ISACA is introducing 3 new Cybersecurity Nexus™ (CSX) Cybersecurity Career Pathways course offerings to enable those with prior industry certifications and a strong IT/cybersecurity foundation to prepare for a new role or career advancement. The CSX training environment offers course options for all levels of experience to help cyberprofessionals excel in this rapidly changing industry. Read More >>

The Sheer Gravity of Underestimating Culture as an IT Governance Risk

Poor IT governance can be even worse than no IT governance. Managing IT risk as part of governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) is a key factor to IT governance success, as discussed in Guy Pearce’s ISACA Journal, volume 3, article, “The Sheer Gravity of Underestimating Culture as an IT Governance Risk.” Read More >>


From mobile payments to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to the introduction of new security risk, technology has had a profound impact on how the financial sector operates. In this 50th Anniversary Series episode of the ISACA Podcast, Ashley Holmes, governance and compliance manager at Delta Airlines, analyzes the past, present and current state of financial technology (fintech). Read More >>


The North America CACS 2019 conference took place 13-15 May 2019 in Anaheim, California, USA. This conference, which is held for IS audit, assurance, control, governance and security professionals, highlighted the need to face disruptive technology. Read More >>