IT departments face continuous challenges as they deal with complex and changing IT risk and regulatory environments. On top of this, auditors and compliance specialists look to the IT department to clarify IT processes, provide audit evidence, and identify control issues.
With all of these responsibilities, achieving and maintaining a state of IT audit readiness may seem out of reach. But there are processes that can be put in place that result in up-to-date and meaningful risk assessments, well-documented and -managed controls, and minimal negative audit findings.
In this webinar, we share nine key steps to make your risk management and compliance activities smarter, quicker, and less resource-intensive.
Ryan TorioSenior Specialist, Influencer Relations
Ryan Torio is a Senior Specialist on the Galvanize Product Strategy team where he interfaces with industry analysts (such as Gartner and Forrester) and works on Galvanize’s most complex customer use cases from the sales to implementation. Ryan joined Galvanize from EY’s risk advisory practice where he was a Senior Consultant and spent over 3 years managing and executing SOX, SOC 1 and 2, IT risk assessments, strategy and risk advisory engagements.
Brian LuongSenior Specialist, Consulting
Brian Luong is a Senior Specialist on the Consulting team at Galvanize. Prior to his time at Galvanize, he spent 5 years in Deloitte Vancouver Risk Advisory managing and executing SOX and system and organization controls (SOC) 1/2 audit and advisory engagements. He is Chartered Professional Accountant and Certified Information Systems Auditor.