Learn more about the governance of emerging technology and much more.
IS Audit Basics: Lessons From History
So, in case you have been living in a cave somewhere, ISACA is 50—a significant historical milestone.
Information Security Matters: Someone Else
Running an IT department used to be so simple.
Innovation Governance: The Balance of Speed and Protection in Innovation
Organizations embrace innovation in order to outcompete others in their space.
Acknowledging Humanity in the Governance of Emerging Technology and Digital Transformation
Artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics have captured the imagination of humans.
Analyst and Adversary
Each year, reports of new threats and security breaches reveal the ever-increasing sophistication of attackers and their methods for outwitting available control mechanisms.
Bridging the Gap Between Policies and Execution in an Agile Environment
With the perpetual occurrence of high-profile attacks and data breaches caused by software vulnerabilities, a new trend known as secure by design (“shifting left”) has gradually shaped the software world.
Evolving From Qualitative to Quantitative Risk Assessment
It is only recently that quantitative risk for information security has been introduced as a possible evolution from qualitative risk methodologies.
Not all that long ago, getting the enterprise to invest in IT required some convincing.
The Internet of Medical Things—Anticipating the Risk
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is and has been a driving force of the networked medical device landscape ecosystem.
The Pain of Automation
Internal audit leaders are looking at automation technologies for many of the same reasons as business management.
Three Strategies for a Successful DevSecOps Implementation
The DevSecOps methodology movement began in response to security concerns with the DevOps methodology.
Understanding Compliance Risk in Finance and Banking
Banks face multiple sources of risk.
Redefining Corporate Governance for Better Cyberrisk Management
Corporate governance refers to the set of responsibilities to be fulfilled by the higher-level management structures of an organization, such as the management team, board of directors (BoD), and board and management committees.
Auditing Green IT Governance and Management With COBIT 5
Today’s organizations find themselves facing a relatively new challenge—governing and managing sustainability—since sustainability has become an important issue and is increasingly essential for business.
The IoT as a Growing Threat to Organizations
There is a new cyberthreat that is growing with the potential to have major impact on information security and personal privacy.
Chaos to the Rescue
The chaos theory was discovered in the mathematics field and began to be observed in daily life during the second half of the 20th century.
Preparing for the AI Revolution
C-level executives, security professionals, IT technicians and audit managers face constant pressure to assess, assimilate and govern emerging technology, including artificial intelligence (AI).