Where does an entity-level controls review end and a Process Controls review begin?

A Process Controls Journey:

You need to support the budget and expenditures of the program and report on utilization, costs and other metrics to measure the programs performance. But you have a problem…

Problem

You can’t yet oversee how to steer Process Controls and work as a member of a team on operational issues affecting the team as server provisioning, server automation, and build automation. You need a Process Controls Guide…

Guide

To methodize Process Controls and evaluation of technical risks and mapping of mitigation strategies, cloud applications, hardware, and software at regular intervals, your Process Controls Toolkit is your guide, it will give you a plan…

Plan

This plan will enable you to control Process Controls and proactively engage stakeholders, functional leads and technical staff to apply a robust test regimen to all customizations, upgrades, patches, and other changes as part of a user acceptance test process. Now you are ready for action…

Action

With the help of your roadmap you are now able to, for example, support sales training to improve sales excellence through analyzing trends and defining and distributing best practices. You see, now your roadmap helps you to avoid failure…

Avoid Failure

So that now you can, in particular, control Process Controls and design product experiments and interpret the results to draw detailed and impactful conclusions that can be acted on. So that it ends in success…

Success

As a result you are able to identify strategic and/or high payback opportunities to use information and/or communication technologies to redesign security processes, improve security posture, and leverage security initiatives to competitive advantage.

And with that, you now have a definitive answer to the question ‘Where does an entity-level controls review end and a Process Controls review begin?’, and so much more.

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