IT Governance




This one day programme is aimed at equipping directors with knowledge, insights and perspectives on IT Governance and the risks it may pose for their businesses. 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 organization.

 King IV Report on Corporate Governance

  • Principle 12: The governing body should govern technology and information in a way that supports the organisation setting and achieving its strategic objectives

 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 technology
  • The ‘Culture at the Top’ – why setting the right tone at the top of the organisation is essential
  • In-depth reviewing of King III (Chapter 5) and King IV Principles 11 and 12
  • Aligning 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


Programme Facilitator 

Marlon Moodley


One full day: 08h30 - 16h00

Presentation Fees (Excludes VAT)

Fellow Member: R 3 541.25
Subscription Paying Member: R 4 249.50
Other: R 5 311.88

 Includes:  refreshments, lunch, course material  


 Request as an In-House programme

  *For more than 8+ delegates

Terms & Conditions

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IoDSA Full Terns & Conditions PDF (967.13 KB) Administration 2018/10/01