Centro Interamericano de Estudios de Seguridad Social

Infosa

Start date:

August 9

Modality:

Online

Duration:

24 hours

Registration deadline:

July 30

Cost:

250 USD

Course video:

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General Objective

Know the process of implementing a culture of IT gover- nance, to improve administration and decision-making in the management and infrastructure of technological resources.



Entry requirements

  • Ability to work with computer equipment.
  • Synthesis and reading comprehension skills.
  • Interest in the topics of Governance and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).



Technological requirements


  • Computer equipment.
  • Internet connection: broadband.
  • Browser: Chrome, Firefox or Safari updated.
  • Have access to the Zoom platform.
  • Speakers and microphone.
  • Webcam (desirable).


Permanence requirements

  • Comply with 100% attendance.
  • Deliver all the activities of each module in a timely manner.



Technological skills of the participant (preferably)


  • Use online communication tools such as email, discussion forums, chats, etc.
  • Use of video call programs and virtual meetings.
  • Handling of Word.
  • Use of webcam and microphone.
  • Use of web browsers.
  • File and folder management.
  • Use of search engines and library databases.


Scholarships

    Participants from institutions of the member countries of the Inter-American Conference on Social Security may access the CIESS Scholarship System in accordance with the Financial Regulations of the CISS, Title VII. Scholarships.

    See the regulation here


THEMATIC MODULES


1. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND IT GOVERNANCE

Date: August 9, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

    This module will examine the characteristics and differences between Corporate Governance and IT Governance. In a context where a correct relationship would imply the fulfillment of the objectives of the organization as well as greater competitiveness and success of the company.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    1.1 Presentation and introduction to the subject of the course.

    1.2 Definition and differentiation of corporate governance and IT governance.

    1.3 IT management model.

    1.4 Business Framework for Governance and IT Management of an organization: COBIT


2. GOVERNANCE LEVELS AND MATURITY LEVELS

Date: August 9, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

    Analyze governance as it is one of the priority axes to understand the perfor- mance of organizations. As well as studying the maturity levels of organizations.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    2.1 Concept of governance.

    2.2 Types and indicators of governance.

    2.3 Maturity Models.


3. MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS

Date: August 10, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

    To study the way in which management control systems promote, impact and improve the strategic decision-making of organizations.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    3.1 Conceptualization.

    3.2 Types of control.

    3.3 Key control points, standards and benchmarks.


4. IT SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE

Date: August 10, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

    The set of concepts and good practices that are achieved through the efficient management of the IT service infrastructure will be studied.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    4.1 ITIL definition and development of the strategy.

    4.2 Service strategy.

    4.3 Service design.

    4.4 Service transition.

    4.5 Service operations.

    4.6 Continual improvement.



5. IT INVESTMENTS

Date: August 11, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

    This module will study the process of valuing IT investments.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    5.1 Introduction to VAL IT.

    5.2 VAL IT processes.

      5.2.1 Value governance.

      5.2.2 Portfolio management.

      5.2.3 Investment Management.


6. RISK MONITORING AND CONTROL PLAN

Date: August 11, 2021

OBJECTIVE:

    Examine the process of a risk monitoring and control management plan in an organization.

THEMATIC CONTENT:

    6.1 Introduction.

    6.2 Basic concepts to understand a monitoring management plan.

    6.3 How to build a monitoring plan.

    6.4 Control levels.

    6.5 Risk levels.



Coordinator
Dra. Wendolyn Bravo

  • She studied a Bachelor of Economics and a Master's in Social Studies (Social Economy line) at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa Unit. She has a PhD in Economics from the Graduate School of Economics at UNAM. He did a research stay at the Institute of Economics of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • She has participated in various seminars and colloquia.
  • She has published several articles on financial systems, economic policy, banking systems, financing, and economic development.
  • Her research focuses on topics such as: Digital Agenda and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and social security in the Latin American and Caribbean region. As well as, economic development, macroeconomic variables, financial and banking systems, financialization, monetary policy, credit and financing in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • She has taught courses at the undergraduate and master's level at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (Iztapalapa Unit), Universidad del Valle de México and the Universidad Tecnológica de México.
  • She is currently a specialist for the American Commission for Organization and Administrative Systems (CAOSA) at the Inter-American Center for Social Security Studies (CIESS) of the Inter-American Conference on Social Security (CISS).