This CPE course addresses the unique risk and control issues of computer systems. It investigates control procedures organizations will use to combat those types of risk. General controls include personnel, logical access, and facility controls. Application controls comprise input and output controls. Software and network controls are examined, as well as the stages within the systems development life cycle (SDLC).
▪ Identify risks in the development of strategies for information systems that support the organization’s strategic requirements.
▪ Identify essential controls in information technology, such as disaster recovery.
▪ Disaster recovery.
▪ The purpose and contents of information system strategies, and the need for strategy complimentary to the corporate and individual business strategies.
CGMA exam candidates
Management accountants wanting to develop skills in governance and risk management
Management accounting experience or the equivalent.