CTC is proud to announce its Principal Analyst and IT governance expert, Ziggy Rivkin-Fish, has been awarded the credential of Certified in Governance of Enterprise IT, which formally recognizes him as an expert in this area. Ziggy serves as an organizational management consultant and advises on how to organize sustainable and effective management of government broadband to deliver value based on local needs, as well as on options for reorganizing and streamlining IT departments and services. Ziggy has deployed these skills most recently for Harford County, Maryland and Highland Park, Illinois.
The Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) credential is administered to candidates who complete a rigorous set of requirements and prove their competence in managing, advising, or assuring IT governance, or all of the above, in a wide variety of organizations. Professionals eligible to pursue the certification are leaders who bring IT processes in line with their organizations’ goals, act as guides on IT investments that maximize ROI, increase the efficiency of IT utilization, and minimize risk.
ISACA, the awarding organization, is a well-known, international nonprofit association that provides education, conferences, publications, and certification for IT governance professionals. ISACA defines its work as providing: “practical guidance, benchmarks, and other effective tools for all enterprises that use information systems. Through its comprehensive guidance and services, ISACA defines the roles of information systems governance, security, audit, and assurance professionals worldwide.” (More information about ISACA here.)
Congratulations to Ziggy for earning this prestigious and highly respected credential!