Developing Evaluation Criteria for end Users to Establish the Compliance Fitness of IT Governance in Indian Banking Industry

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Anand Mohan Sharma
Mayank Kushwaha, Madhvendra Misra


Banking Sector has made major Investment in its IT Infrastructure to support their banking operations and concerned about the security and privacy of their customer's data. It has seen that banking industry has also high dependencies on third party service providers and vendors for IT support. Banks which are situated in metro cities and Urban region has a structured procedure of IT operations and do regular IT audits, but it has been seen that most of the banks which are far from the city or situated in rural areas does not take it seriously and could not conduct a regular IT audit for their banking processes which may sometimes affect and Question the Banks loyalty on behalf of the security transactions and privacy of a customer data. This paper would derive the factors and criteria on which the banks can evaluate their IT Fitness to ensure the credibility of their Business functions.

Keywords: component; IT governance, IT security, RBI, IDRBT, Cobit, ISO 270001


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