COBIT 5 for Information Security 

 

COBIT 5 for Information Security provides guidance to help IT and security professionals understand, utilize, implement and direct important information security-related activities, and make more informed decisions while maintaining awareness about emerging technologies and the accompanying threats.

  • Reduce complexity and increase cost-effectiveness
  • Increase user satisfaction with information security arrangements and outcomes
  • Improve integration of information security
  • Inform risk decisions and risk awareness
  • Reduce information security incidents
  • Enhance support for innovation and competitiveness


COBIT 5 for Information Security helps enterprises:

Bring Order to Complex Standards and Frameworks

COBIT 5 for Information Security leverages the COBIT 5 framework—the globally accepted information and technology management and governance framework— through a security lens. It is the only security framework that integrates other major frameworks and standards.

Extract Value from Information Chaos

COBIT 5 for Information Security provides the most complete, up-to-date guidance on information security that incorporates COBIT 5 as well as aspects of globally accepted standards and practices. It provides users the knowledge and guidance to increase trust in, and value from, information systems throughout your enterprise.

Address all Stakeholders Needs and Maximize Value of Corporate Information

COBIT 5 for Information Security has a complete, consistent and easily navigable structure that promotes access to information, functionality and user satisfaction. Regardless of geographical location, it provides users with the foundational tools to protect information.

Protect and Drive Enterprise Value

COBIT 5 for Information Security provides guidance and an end-to-end security view of COBIT 5 to help enterprises manage risk and ensure compliance, continuity, availability, security and privacy. This framework supports IT assets and business goals to help ensure that information systems comply with necessary risk controls.