IT Governance Courses
IT Governance Implementation Workshop
At Nbiz, we also offer cross linked courses – IT Governance Workshop.
IT Governance workshop is an integral part of the corporate governance. It enables the organization to oversee the IT governance layer of the particular business or the function of each and every unit.
Nbiz is a proud and an unique organization that offers this exceptional course since 2004 till date. Nbiz was the pioneer in offering the CGEIT and Enterprise Governance Courses in the Middle East.
The implementation of the IT Governance walks through practical overview and guidelines are provided in this course to prepare the audiences/participants on the major implementation of such high-profile project.
Predominantly, ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association) is the association that promotes IT governance. The course has several references to the CoBit and other IT Governance Standards such as (ISO 38500) and other relevant standards that sets of the governance layer.
CGEIT (Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT)
This is an advanced-level course which helps the audience/participant to bring the IT Governance in line to the organizations objectives. CGEIT Training Course enlightens the audiences/participants to acquire an in-depth knowledge. It focuses on the IT Strategies, alignments, value delivery, risk management, resource management and performance management. These concepts are extremely tackled in this course.
Implementing IT Governance using Cobit, ITIL and ISO 27001
This is a one of the unique courses being offered by Nbiz, it merges and aligns with the different standards and frameworks. It provides a right mixture on how to implement the governance using these standards that are already closely aligned and interconnected with each other for an Information System.
Many times the audiences/participants are spontaneously nurtured with plethora of standards, guidelines, unable to highlight the important and crucial topics, unable to appreciate the differences between those standards and which is to be followed. This course being offered will be able to rationalize these kind of clarifications. The audiences/participants will be able to prioritize the standards which is tailored for their organizational needs.
IT Risk Management
The scope specifically focuses on the information risks at infrastructure level, security level, application level, network level, and other layers pertaining to IT. It provides a profound insight on how these risks can be identified, analyzed (qualitative/quantitative), and reviewed, mitigated and controlled. CRISC is an ISACA promoted course which provides students with the knowledge of identifying the risk areas that is available in the Risk Management Courses.