GTAG 11 DEVELOPING THE IT AUDIT PLAN PDF

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Business Continuity Management Managing and Auditing IT Vulnerabilities: Among other topics, discusses the vulnerability management life cycle, the scope of a vulnerability management audit, and metrics to measure vulnerability management practices.

Auditing Application Controls: Addresses the concept of application control and its relationship with general controls, as well as how to scope a risk- based application control review. Identity and Access Management: Covers key concepts surrounding identity and access management IAM , risks associated with IAM process, detailed guidance on how to audit IAM processes, and a sample checklist for auditors.

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GTAG 11 - Developing the IT Audit Plan.pdf

Business Continuity Management Managing and Auditing IT Vulnerabilities: Among other topics, discusses the vulnerability management life cycle, the scope of a vulnerability management audit, and metrics to measure vulnerability management practices. Auditing Application Controls: Addresses the concept of application control and its relationship with general controls, as well as how to scope a risk- based application control review. Identity and Access Management: Covers key concepts surrounding identity and access management IAM , risks associated with IAM process, detailed guidance on how to audit IAM processes, and a sample checklist for auditors. For more information and resources regarding technology-related audit guidance, visit www. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by any means — electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise — without prior written permission from the publisher.

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GTAG 11 DEVELOPING THE IT AUDIT PLAN PDF

Meztir Assess the quality of the audit program in regards to its documentation. This guide provides direction on how to scope an internal audit of user-developed applications UDAs. Management of IT Auditing Auditing periodically is necessary for gtah the design and effectiveness of the identity and access management IAM system. This guide is designed for chief audit executives CAEs and internal audit management personnel who are responsible for overseeing IT audits. This guide is to inform and provide guidance to chief audit executives CAEs and internal auditors on how to use technology to help prevent, detect, and respond to fraud.

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