We offer IT Governance, Management System, IT / Cyber Security, Risk and Auditing IT Health Checks. We also provide expertise in design, development and implementation of IT Governance / Management Framework. These complement your company’s current or intended Management System to recognised best practice, national and international standards, ranging from traditional controls through to modern governance elements covering the strategic demand and operational supply of IT.
- We can work closely with you to develop dedicated IT governance / management systems on a specific topic or as part of an overall adoption programme
- We can guide and prepare you for Internal, external, regulatory and customer audits of IT
- We can perform health checks of your current IT governance / management system, procedures and controls
- We can map and integrate IT best practice frameworks to comply with your company’s management system
- We can establish your IT risk framework, identifying and managing your crucial risks to the business
- We can assist you in the rapid close out of audit findings
- We can perform root cause analysis to diagnose specific and linked problems
- We can provide guidance or write your policy, procedures, process, guides and supporting documentation
- We can support and guide you through audits
- We can establish continuous improvement methods with you and your teams
Recognised Best Practice Frameworks and Standards, examples: BS EN ISO 9001 (Quality), AS 9100 (Aerospace), BS EN ISO 20000 (IT Service Management), BS EN ISO 27001 (Information Security), COBIT (Control Objectives for IT), ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library), PRINCE2 (Project Management)
A Management System is a chosen and certifiable company framework of processes and procedures used to ensure that a company’s can fulfill all tasks required to achieve correct and intended outcomes of its strategic, operational and regulatory objectives and requirements, for example BS EN ISO 9001, AS 9100, TS16949
An IT Best Practice Framework is a chosen framework of recognised best practices for a given professional discipline of IT, ranging from Governance through to Service Management and Delivery. IT best practice frameworks should not operate independently or compete with the company’s Management / Regulatory System, but chosen aspects of best practice relevant to achieving the company’s strategic, operational and regulatory objectives and requirements are integrated to complement and achieve compliance. Example frameworks include: COBIT, CMMi, ITIL, Prince 2, PMBOK, BABOK, TOGAF
In the absence of a certified Management System, IT Best Practice Frameworks are designed to align with your organisations governance / operating model, following recognised best practice and continuous improvement methods.