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Using COBIT in Government Departments

By Panduranga Bichal, COBIT Implementer, ISO 27001 LI, ITIL Expert, PRINCE2 Practitioner, TOGAF

COBIT Focus | 30 October 2017

Panduranga Bichal The government of India is focused on ensuring the effective delivery of government services to its customers who consist of citizens, businesses, tourists or anyone who may require interaction with government departments at different levels for their day-to-day activities. The government of India’s aim is to improve the lives of the nation’s citizens by doing much more than simply implementing technology.

The prime minister is addressing challenges such as sanitation, health care and urbanization through a mission approach. For example, financial inclusion, the delivery of financial services at affordable costs to vast sections of disadvantaged and low-income groups, has several missions, as illustrated in figure 1. Read More >>

Using COBIT 5 to Assess IT Processes Capabilities and Evaluate Compliance With the World Lottery Association Security Control Standard and ISO 27001

By Ioannis Panopoulos and Maria Melliou

COBIT Focus | 16 October 2017

Ioannis Panopoulos Maria Melliou The internal audit team of one of the biggest gaming operators in Europe implemented a cloud-based governance, risk and compliance (GRC) platform to improve the quality of its audit work papers and the productivity and collaboration with the other assurance teams... Read More >>

Focus on COBIT Adoption Rather Than Implementation

By Pam Erskine

COBIT Focus | 25 September 2017

 

Pam Erskine Organizational change management (OCM) focuses on helping people adapt to change. Research shows that by acknowledging the importance of OCM and taking steps to address the people side of change, organizations will be 4 times more likely to be successful. Read More >>

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