Reconsider how you view compliance - and your business will reap the rewards! What does 'compliance' mean to you? Is it a burden, a box-ticking exercise, or simply a way to avoid the penalties of non-compliance? Or do you see the opportunities it presents for your business? In Compliance by Design, Chong Ee will show you how your organisation can benefit from becoming compliant with the relevant national and international standards. You will discover how integrating controls into your processes will improve your security, increase your productivity, save you time and money, and increase your profits. Drawing on personal experience and using up-to-date, practical examples, the book considers the elements and principles of controls, and offers strategies to put them in place. It will show you how to establish a system of controls that is right for your business and how to integrate them into your everyday processes. You will achieve the synergy that can be gained from interconnected processes, as you assess your priorities, handle conflicting objectives and implement positive changes.
Chong Ee is the 2010 recipient of the Michael Cangemi Best Article/Book Award from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). He has a proven track record in the field of IT audit and compliance. Chong is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and is certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT. He is a seasoned writer for IT publications and an experienced presenter at IT conferences.
Publisher: IT Governance Publishing
Number of pages: 211
Weight: 290 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 13 mm
'As the title implies Chong Ee offers the reader a "Journey to unravel the essence of IT Controls." The book moves quickly and raises a lot of thought provoking questions, providing windows into compliance: Elements, Principles and Strategies. Not a classic check list of controls, this book encourages thinking, which I see as very beneficial when designing IT controls. It is well worth the read.' Michael P Cangemi CPA, Author of Managing the Audit Function and former long time Editor-in-Chief of the ISACA Journal