Technology and information governance is the King IV term for what is generally known as IT governance. Its about the ability of the enterprise's board to evaluate, direct and monitor the use of an enterprise's technology and information resources in support of the achievement of the organisation's strategic objectives. Leadership, organisational structure and processes are used to leverage information and technology resources to produce the information required and drive the alignment, delivery of value, management of risk, optimised use of resources, sustainability and the management of performance.

King IV Corporate Governance Assessment

King IV assessmentAssess the current level of your organisation's corporate governance using this King IV assessment tool.


COBIT Assessment as a Service

COBIT 5 AssessmentConduct a COBIT assessment using this COBIT Assessment-as-a-Service.


POPIA Preliminary Assessments

it governance oversightPOPIA preliminary assessments provide an efficient and effective approach to determining the extent to which the requirements of the Protection of Personal Information Act have been addressed.


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