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COBIT Requirements on Critical Processes

| Published: 3/10/2014 8:55 AM | Category: COBIT-Governance of Enterprise IT | Permalink | Email this Post | Comments (0)
Tugba Yildirim, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC
Organizations maintain their operations with the help of processes that are tailored to their working styles. Processes may differ from organization to organization according to their organizational structure, business objectives and working styles. An information system’s internal control system is a very important enabler of an organization because most business operations are strictly related to information technology. Making a risk assessment that provides a prioritization in designing and evaluating an internal control system for these processes is recommended.
These critical processes have been defined by taking into account the requirements that are acknowledged by most of well-known IT frameworks and standards.
By highlighting the most critical IS processes via the most well-known frameworks and standards, business objectives can be achieved and design and evaluation of internal control system efforts can be prioritized.
Read Tugba Yildirim’s recent Journal article:
Critical Information Systems Processes,” ISACA Journal, volume 2, 2014.


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