Control Objective for Information and Related Technology (COBIT)

Description

The Control Objectives for Information and related Technology (CobiT) is a set of best practices for information technology (IT) management created by ISACA and the IT Governance Institute (ITGI) in 1996. ISACA develops and maintains the internationally recognised COBIT framework, helping IT professionnals and enterprise leaders fulfill their IT Governance responsibilities while delivering value to the business.

Benefit

Objectives The key to maintaining profitability in a technologically changing environment is how well information systems are controll. CobiT's control objective provides the critical insight needed to delineate a clear policy and good practice for IT controls. Included are the statements of desired results or purposes to be achieved by implementing the control objectives throughout the 34 high-level IT processes.

Content

Introduction CobiT is a globally accepted set of tools that executives and professionals at all organisations can use to ensure that their IT is helping them achieve their goals and objectives. Many executives and managers need to make decisions based on diverse opinions from others, and CobiT provides a common language to better communicate goals, objectives and expected results. CobiT provides insight on how ICT processes can be launched or implemented. CobiT 4.1 has 34 high level processes that cover 210 control objectives categorized in four domains: • Plan and Organise (PO) • Acquire and Implement (AI) • Deliver and Support (DS) • Monitor and Evaluate (ME) COBIT 5 has 37 high level processes in five domains: • Evaluate, Deliver and Monitor (EDM) • Align, Plan and Organise (APO) • Build, Acquire and Implement (BAI) • Deliver, Service and Support (DSS) • Monitor, Evaluate and Assess (MEA)

Course

Methodology

1
Presentation
2
Discussion
3
Practice Activities
4
Case Studies

Evaluation

1
Pre test
2
Post test

Duration

3 Days

Target Audience

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Schedule

Oct 2017
11-13