The misconceptions about why women are underrepresented in the tech workforce are numerous – some cling to the notion that girls and women aren't as interested or proficient in tech fields, despite plenty of evidence to the contrary. In this SheLeadsTech Series episode of the ISACA Podcast, guest Beverly Allen addresses some of the misconceptions about the gender gap in technology fields such as cybersecurity.
Every organizations uses suppliers, and these suppliers (while adding value) also can pose a risk. In this podcast, Mark Thomas discusses some of the main challenges organizations face when managing their vendor and supplier risk, how to use COBIT to govern and manage this risk, and how organizations not using COBIT can put the tips presented in this podcast into practice. Share your opinions about the ISACA Podcast here: https://www.research.net/r/9GR6F2D
Digital transformation can give organizations a competitive edge and improve their operations. The COBIT framework can be used as a powerful tool for digital transformation efforts. In this podcast, we discuss how to use COBIT to guide your organization’s digital transformation efforts.
From its proud but humble origins as a small group of auditors in the Los Angeles area, ISACA has evolved over the past 50 years into a thriving global association of business technology professionals. A spirit of volunteerism has been the catalyst, as explored in this episode of the ISACA Podcast with guest Michael Cangemi.
Organizations that want to have a competitive edge must leverage the power of emerging technology, but this technology adds complexity to IT auditing. What can auditors do to address this complexity, and what is the role of business leaders when it comes to IT audit? This podcast, in partnership with Protiviti, discusses the results of the 2019 Global IT Audit Benchmarking Study and provides insights on the top challenges IT audit professionals face, how to address these challenges and the skills IT auditors must have.
Environmental sustainability principles support a healthy ecosystem that sustains life. Much of the language used in environmental sustainability is also used in the digital ecosystem. In this podcast, we discuss how environmental sustainability principles can be applied in a digital transformation context to protect a valuable resource of modern times: information. To provide feedback on the ISACA Podcast, please visit https://www.research.net/r/9GR6F2D.
ISACA recently surveyed nearly 4,000 professionals in the tech workforce to find out what motivates them, what factors influence retention most and how perceptions about the workplace vary between women and men. In this SheLeadsTech Series episode of the ISACA Podcast, we delve into several of the survey findings.
Popular culture depictions of cybersecurity, while entertaining, are often inaccurate, which could be dissuading people from exploring careers in cyber. In this podcast, we discuss some common misconceptions of cyber in pop culture, how that affects the cyberworkforce and how cyberprofessionals can draw people into cybersecurity careers.
The need for mobile security solutions has exploded in the 2000s, but many of organizations' traditional security considerations are insufficient when it comes to accounting for the proliferation of mobile devices. In this 50th Anniversary Series episode of the ISACA Podcast with guest Eric Green, we find out why it is so hard for individuals and their organizations to get it right on mobile security, and what can be done to break down those barriers.
Many of our institutions were created before the internet and major shifts on the technology landscape introduced unforeseen risks, threats and opportunities. In this Off-stage and Off-script edition of the ISACA Podcast, Infosecurity-ISACA North America Expo and Conference keynote speaker Jamie Bartlett provides his perspective on how to course correct.