Lisa joined ISACA in September 2018 as a technical research manager with focus on COBIT and IT governance content. Prior to joining ISACA she was an information technology (IT) risk and security professional in the financial services industry. Her experience includes driving global identity and access management risk and controls initiatives, leading global SOX tests of controls, control self-assessments, server and database vulnerability remediation programs, and executing internal and external IT audits for various bank, broker/dealer, credit bureau, finance and insurance clients. She has a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Finance from Hampton University, holds CISA, CRISC, CPA, and PMP certifications and is a CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+).
Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All
In this session, you will be introduced to the COBIT 2019 Framework, the long-awaited successor of COBIT 5. Discussion will focus first on the drivers for the update, and then the key concepts and structure of the Framework. Attendees will learn both why enterprise governance of information and technology is so important. and the relevance of the new COBIT 2019 Framework for Security Governance.