Migration to the Cloud is a strategic imperative for many organizations. The global pandemic has seen many companies accelerate their move to the cloud, reinvent their offerings, and look to become more cost-efficient, agile, and innovative in how they operate their businesses. This journey does however come with many risks that can derail or reduce the value organizations aim to achieve from this migration. Internal audit can be a valuable journey partner in assisting their organization navigate these risks. Vishal will share his experience auditing and assisting companies migrate to the cloud. Attendees will takeaway practical advice on key risks and challenges inherent in the migration journey, audit’s role and typical findings from recent IA reviews.
*Cloud migration is the process of moving a company’s digital assets, services, databases, IT resources, and applications either partially, or wholly, into the cloud. Cloud migration is also about moving from one cloud to another.
Head, Corporate & Investments Technology Audit
Vishal is Head of Corporate and Investments technology Audit at AIG. Prior to joining AIG, Vishal worked at EY, where he led internal audit co-sourcing, external audits, risk consulting and internal control transformations for large programs at Fortune 100 clients. Vishal also previously worked as a performance and IT auditor for State and Federal Auditors General in Australia.
Vishal holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and holds the Certified Information System Auditor (CISA) and CRISC designations.
January 11: Virtual Event
Time Details: 5pm – 6:15pm
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