Development and Project Management
Project management is an often overlooked IT area, but it is one of the audit scope areas that often have the most expectations. In addition, smaller organizations often misclassify operational tasks as projects, which can result in resource misallocation. This WiBinar will explain the difference between projects and operations, as well as key controls regulators expect for project management and development, common findings, and best practice suggestions.
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- Discuss regulatory expectations for project management and development
- Understand common pitfalls community banks often face in this particular area
- Discuss the latest trends in this area such as Rapid Application Development
Technology Practice Co-Director
Kevin Tsuei is the technology practice co-Director at AuditOne, LLC (AuditOneLLC.com), a leading independent provider of risk management services for financial institutions. Kevin has 19 years of IT and information security experience in various industry contexts, including seven years of auditing experience in banking, which includes IT, information security, electronic funds transfer, penetration testing, and red flags/identity theft. He is a graduate of UC Irvine and is currently finishing his advanced degree at Harvard Extension School. He holds industry certifications such as CISSP, CISA, and CEH.
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This WiBinar is ideal for
Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, IT Project Manager