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COBIT & SFIA: The Most Important Component to a Governance System – People
July 7, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am UTC-5
COBIT & SFIA: The Most Important Component to a Governance System – People!” with Mark Thomas
Thursday, July 7, 2022 at 11:00am EST – Live Webinar
With today’s high-velocity technology and digitally transforming environments, it is no surprise that we are seeing the re-emergence of governance as a top priority in many enterprises. Organizations often make the mistake of jumping right to the tools, processes, and policies to presumably fix their governance concerns when they should be focusing on their most important component – people.
This webinar will explore how to leverage two global frameworks, COBIT and SFIA (Skills Framework for the Information Age) to create a sustainable governance system by focusing on the people component and how organizations can meet their governance objectives by inventorying and applying the correct mix of competencies required to assist organizations in meeting their goals and objectives.
We will be discussing:
– Recognizing the key elements of a governance system.
– Linking the importance of skills and competencies to a successful governance system.
– Exploring how COBIT and SFIA can create a powerful governance system that focuses on applying knowledge and skills to achieve intended results.
Mark is an internationally known Governance Risk and Compliance expert specializing in information assurance, IT risk, IT strategy, service management and digital transformation. As a former Army officer with over 28 years of professional experience, Mark has a wide array of industry experience including government, health care, finance/banking, manufacturing, and technology services. He has held roles spanning from CIO to IT consulting and is considered a thought leader in frameworks such as COBIT, NIST, ITIL and multiple ISO standards. Mark routinely speaks at US and international conferences and earned the ISACA John Kuyers award twice for Best Speaker/Conference contributor of the year. Mark also holds the CGEIT (Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT) and CRISC (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control) certifications.