31 May 2016
Registration starts at 08h30 and course starts promptly at 09h00
IoDSA Training Room
144 Katherine Street, Sandton
Grayston Ridge Office Park, Block B 1st Floor
Johannesburg, Gauteng 2196
Mr Marlon Moodley
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This one day programme is
aimed at equipping directors with knowledge, insight and perspective on IT
Governance and the risks it may pose for their business. Discussions will focus on the rapidly
evolving nature of technology, the global environment as well as the new
challenges it poses for the modern organisation and its directors. Insights from this intervention will support
your journey toward gaining insight into key areas affecting IT governance and
its impact on the organisation.
King Code of Governance principles (King III)
- Principle 5.1: The board should be responsible
for information technology (IT).
- Principle 5.2: IT should be aligned with the
performance and sustainability objectives of the company.
5.3: The board should delegate to management the responsibility for the implementation of an IT governance
- Principle 5.4: The board should monitor and
evaluate significant IT investments and expenditures.
5.5: IT should form an integral part of the company’s risk management
5.6: The board should ensure that information assets are managed effectively
- Principle 5.7: A risk committee and audit committee should assist the
board in carrying out
its IT responsibilities
Key focus Areas
- Addressing IT
Governance in a manner that moves beyond intimidating technical language
- Setting the
foundation – an overview of the nature of IT and the rapid advances in
- The ‘Culture
at the Top’ – why setting the right tone at the top of the organisation is
- In-depth reviewing
of King III (Chapter 5) relating to the 7 IT Governance Principles
strategy from board level to IT technical level
- Discussing the
various methodologies that are applied to achieve IT Governance
- Discussing key
issues involving IT Governance relating to assurance and reporting on IT.
- Addressing key
technology issues and challenges facing organisations as well as topical areas
such as disruptive technologies, cloud-computing and cyber-crime.
1 Full day - 09h00 - 16h00
IoDSA Fellow: R3 148
IoDSA Member: R4 185
Non Member: R5 231
Includes: VAT, Course Material, Refreshments & Lunch