Audit & Assurance

The foundations of Control Objectives for Information Technology, or Cobit, are especially useful in planning for or assessment of any governance program.  Now superceded by Cobit 5, the Cobit 4 curriculum offers relevant learning.  For more information about trainings in IT Governance, visit https://ISACA.org or http://ITpreneurs.com  

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Assessment Services - EnterpriseGRC Solutions, Implementing a Compliance Framework

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Networking and Security concepts are critical to assessing security policy in networked and cloud environments.

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CIS CSC and 80/20

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AICPA Service Organization Control Reports - SOC 2

“If your company currently uses third-party vendors to provide services that include the collection, processing and/or retention of sensitive information, you should consider inquiring into whether they have successfully completed a SOC 2 Type 2 audit, as it helps to ensure a higher standard for protecting your data.” Jeanne Madden, Vice President Operations, ADP Tax Credit Services

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Center For Internet Security Critical Security Controls V.6.1

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To effectively use this critical security content, you need to do two things; become a CIS member, (it costs nothing and offers tremendous value), and two, become a contributor and participant. 

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This is -- Scott Schnoll, Senior Program Manager, Office 365 Customer Experience

Scott Schnoll

If this is the information you seek to properly implement or audit Microsoft Office 365, Go back to the source 

We've thoroughly consumed this information because we are an Office 365 shop.  If you have clients using 365, or if you are using Microsoft products, then you should too.

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