Undersökning från University of Queensland, Australia, the University of Split, Croatia, and IIA Slovenia
ISACA Sweden har blivit tillfrågade om vi vill delta i en undersökning om arbetet med Cybersäkerhet inom företag och organisationer. Vi vill självklart bidra om vi kan, och lägger därför upp information om undersökningen och länk till den här i månadsbrevet så ni själva kan avgöra om ni vill delta eller inte.
En kort introduktion från forskningsteamet:
How comprehensive is your cyber security assurance?
Dear IT Auditor or Chief Audit Executive,
Researchers from the University of Queensland, Australia, the University of Split, Croatia, and IIA Slovenia designed a survey measuring:
- How comprehensive your assurance of cyber security risk is?
- And which industry, organisation’s and individual factors positively affect it?
We target IT Auditors from organisations in various sectors. If your organisation does not employ IT Auditors, then Chief Audit Executive is the right person to complete this 20-minute survey. You are eligible even if you outsource or co-source cyber security audits. The survey is anonymous. The national Institutes of Internal Auditors and ISACA from already 20 countries from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Israel agreed to participate in this study by promoting it among their members.
What are your take-aways? By completing the survey you will get your score on how comprehensive cyber security assurance is in your organisation. Once the survey is completed by all participants, we will send you a Report that will allow you to compare your score with scores of cyber security assurance of various countries and sectors. Moreover, it will include the analysis of factors that positively affect cyber security assurance.
If you agree to participate, please click this link:
To receive the Report click the link at the end of the online survey and provide your email address. Responses in the survey and email addresses will not be linked to ensure that data related to the survey are non-identifiable.
This study adheres to the Guidelines of the ethical review process of The University of Queensland and the AustralianNational Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (Ethics Coordinators: +617 3365 3924; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Your participation is greatly appreciated. Thank you!