Current Issue: Volume 1  10 January 2018

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Tips From Industry Experts

Lisa Young
By Lisa Young, CISA, CISM

Everywhere we turn, vast amounts of facts, figures, numbers, records and files are being processed, interpreted, organized, structured and presented in a way that turns those data bits and bytes into meaningful information. Putting the raw data into context is what makes information useful for business decisions and underlies many dashboards being developed across the enterprise. Read More >>

Learn to Implement Compliance by Design for Your Enterprise in This Webinar

Next-generation governance focuses on compliance and speed. With businesses needing to move faster, traditional audit methodologies must be updated. Auditors need to find ways to verify the compliance of a complex, dynamic enterprise deployment—ways just short of automating the audit process. Read More >>

According to the Center for Internet Security (CIS), cybersecurity can be improved by changing organizational thoughts from “what should our enterprise do” to “what we should all be doing.” Every organization and industry are subject to cyberrisk, and every organization and industry can benefit from a more strategic cyberdefense policy and procedure. Read More >>

Explore GDPR in New ISACA Podcast

The ISACA Podcast provides listeners a way to obtain industry knowledge on the go. The podcast features interviews with ISACA Journal columnists and authors. These industry leaders cover a range of topics in the podcasts, including distributed denial-of-service attacks, the cybersecurity skills gap and COBIT 5. Read More >>

Tech Brief:  Smart Contract Technology Evolution

The popularity of Bitcoin has put the spotlight on blockchain technology. However, blockchain helps innovate much more than just cryptocurrency. For instance, smart contracts use blockchain to simplify execution, lower costs, save parties time and enforce contractual arrangements. Read More >>