Business Framework for the Governance and Management of IT
COBIT® provides an end-to-end business view of the governance of enterprise IT that reflects the central role of information and technology in creating value for enterprises. The last version of the framework (COBIT® 5) incorporates the latest thinking in enterprise governance and management techniques, and provides globally accepted principles, practices, analytical tools and models to help increase the trust in, and value from, information systems.
The set of best practices is intended to provide IT stakeholders, from senior executives to IT managers, with measures, indicators and processes that will assist them in maximizing the IT performance and developing appropriate IT governance and control in their organization.
To provide a good knowledge of the framework and its components
To relate the framework with other standards and best practices
To get insight in the prescribed roles and functions
To create awareness on how to apply the framework in practice
To prepare for the COBIT® Foundation Examination
1. Introduction to the COBIT® Framework
2. COBIT® Principles
3. COBIT® Enablers
4. COBIT® Process Reference Model
a. Align, Plan & Organize
b. Build, Acquire & Implement
c. Deliver, Service & Support
d. Monitor, Evaluate & Assess
e. Evaluate, Direct & Monitor
5. COBIT® Implementation
6. Relationships with Standards and Best Practices
All business managers, chief executives, IT/IS auditors, internal auditors, information security and IT practitioners, consultants and IT/IS managers requiring an insight into the enterprise governance of IT.
All managers, auditors and professional who are confronted to the need for an IT control framework.
Theory and concepts illustrated by an accredited trainer with sound expertise and experience in governance and audit activities.
Group discussions with the purpose to match the relevant governance and audit issues to real life experience.
Preparation to COBIT® Foundation Certificate
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