Tuesday, 7 November 2017
12 pm (EDT) / 11 am (CDT) / 9 am (PDT) / 16:00 (UTC)
1 CPE (Members only)
In Part I, we discussed governance of enterprise IT and how a framework can be used to address stakeholder requirements. Governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) applications automate many of the functions of governance and serve as document management systems. In Part II, we will discuss how enterprises use a GRC application for managing their governance framework.
Peter C. Tessin
MSA, CISA, CISM, CRISC, CGEIT, PMP (ret)
In his role at ISACA, Tessin has been project manager for COBIT 5 and led the development of other COBIT 5-related publications, white papers and articles. Tessin also played a central role in the design of COBIT online, ISACA’s latest web site that offers convenient access to the COBIT 5 product family and includes interactive digital tools to assist in the use of COBIT.
Prior to joining IASCA, Tessin was a senior manager at an internal audit firm, where he led client engagements and was responsible for IT and financial audit teams. Previously, he worked in various industry roles including staff accountant, application developer, accounting systems consultant and trainer, business analyst, project manager, and auditor. He has worked in many countries outside of his native US including Canada, Mexico, Germany, Italy, France, UK and Australia.With more than 20 years of global business and IT experience, Tessin is able to address topical issues in business leadership.
Product Manager, LockPath
Chris Swift serves as a product manager at LockPath, where he supervises partner integrations with the Keylight Platform and leads the content development team. Chris is also skilled in applying the role of the platform in an integrated risk management context. Previously, Chris held positions as a delivery, and later advisory, consultant at a GRC provider. Chris holds a GRCP certification from the OCEG trade organization, and has a B.S. degree in Finance from the University of Kansas.