Technology requires the highest level of control development effort as compared to other segments of the control system. Often those charged with creating measures for technology do not have the technical prowess to understand all of the controlled processes, so there is a trend that moves technology professionals into control creation roles. We intend to provide an "in the trenches" view of creating measures to govern technology and the important step of implementing these controls. Successful organizations have low instances of "non-adoption" of technology and a realistic goal of 100% implementation and the information in this session is designed to help with the achievement of this goal.
- Understand processes for developing technology measures
- Build technology control measure creation processes
- Understand how to reduce instances of failed or not fully accepted technology implementations
- List methods to verify that current technology controls are aligned with technology use in and around the entity
- Developing a technology "Controller"
- Reducing failed technology control implementations
- Methods and resources to aid as technology controls are created and implemented or updated