13 Apr 2021Ended

Webinar: Measuring control effectiveness in the risk management process


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In the late 1990s, List & Brewer categorised these definitions into seven control classifications which provided the first hint that not all controls .. Read more were one hundred percent operationally effective. However, they did not attempt to measure their effectiveness on a standard scale but rather left it to the judgement of the individual. Sarbanes Oxley went a stage further in 2002 by requiring companies to identify and document their controls and then to regularly test their operation, but again on the premise that a control was one hundred percent effective. An algorithm will be offered which can be used to measure the effectiveness of any control and provide supporting evidence as to how the result was obtained. Dr Mitchell is managing director of LHS Business Control, a consultancy which he founded in 1988 to specialise in corporate governance and risk management. He is an international authority on corporate governance, the control of computer systems, the investigation of computer crime and the impact of regulatory and compliance issues on the delivery of IT services. John has been an expert witness in some high-profile UK criminal cases and has featured in a major British computing publication as The IT Detective.

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