Jay-Evan J. Tevis
Dr. Tevis teaches college courses in computer science and software engineering. He received his B.S. degree in computer science from Iowa State University in 1985, his M.S. degree in computer systems from the Air Force Institute of Technology in 1990, and his Ph.D. degree in computer science and software engineering from Auburn University in 2005. He was in the Air Force for 21 years where he was involved with software systems for payroll processing, aircraft operations, aircraft fuel planning, aerial port operations, DoD intelligence, EHF and VLF radios, and Minuteman III missiles. After retiring from the Air Force in 2001, he taught courses at Auburn University, Western Illinois University, LeTourneau University, South University, and now Keiser University in Tampa. Along with teaching, he worked as an IT manager for three years at a large non-profit corporation. His basic teaching philosophy is putting theory into practice. He has traveled in all 50 states and lived in ten of them. He has also traveled in Europe and lived in Germany for three years. His areas of research are software engineering, computer graphics, computer networking, and information security.
IT Auditing, Control, and Compliance
Soft Skills (Room 304)
03:00 PM - 03:50 PM
This session is designed for anyone who is a chief technology officer, IT manager, or software engineering team lead. The session answers the questions about what goals your IT department should be pursuing and what processes and enablers can make those goals achievable. The session describes information systems audit, control, and compliance concepts from both a management perspective and a governance perspective. The session introduces the fundamentals of IT auditing and assurance methodologies within the COBIT 5 business framework. The session describes why controls and audits are important for IT and illustrates how they are all driven by stakeholder needs, enterprise goals, IT-related goals and enabler goals.