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GEIT Framework at Work, Part 4: Outlining the Work Products

By Peter C. Tessin, CISA, CRISC, CISM, CGEIT

COBIT Focus | 17 September 2018

No governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) initiative can be accomplished without careful attention to the work products and the project plan. They are the elements that deliver tangible results from GEIT. This article—the fourth in a 6-part series that looks at the practical application of a GEIT framework—outlines the work that is required to create the defined work products and execute the project plan in an efficient, effective and successful manner.

Within the 3 practices of the APO13 Manage Security process, there are 6 work products defined. The project plan detailed how the creation of these will take place and who would be responsible for them. At this point, the work products themselves need to be defined and resources put in place to ensure they will be produced properly and in a timely manner (figure 1). Read More >>

Tips for Implementing IT Governance With COBIT 5

By Zachy Olorunojowon

COBIT Focus | 4 September 2018

Underlying the implementation of a number of governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) initiatives are information governance and information management issues such as big data, analytics, information disintermediation, security, privacy, compliance and the need to drive quality decisions based on quality information, among others. Read More >>

Better the Process You Know Than the Gaps You Don’t

By James Reeve

COBIT Focus | 20 August 2018

James Reeve The FirstRand Group is a financial services provider in South Africa. It is one of the largest financial institutions in South Africa and the holding company of First National Bank (FNB), a retail and commercial bank. One of the core principles of the FirstRand Group is an ownership culture in which each subsidiary is empowered to make business decisions. Read More >>