COBIT 5 is the overarching business and management framework for governance and management of enterprise IT. This volume documents the 5 principles of COBIT 5 and defines the 7 supporting enablers.
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COBIT 5: Enabling Processes
A detailed reference guide to the processes defined in the COBIT 5 process reference model.
Includes the COBIT 5 goals cascade, a process model explanation and the process reference model.
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COBIT 5 Implementation
Provides a good practice approach for implementing GEIT based on a continual improvement life cycle that should be tailored to suit the enterprise’s specific needs.
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COBIT 5 for Information Security
Information security is essential in the day-to-day operations of enterprises, which must ensure confidentiality and integrity of their information, while providing availability to those who have business reasons to use it.
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COBIT Assessment Programme
The basis for assessing an enterprise’s processes for the governance and management of information technology and related services as described in COBIT 5.
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COBIT 5: Enabling Information
A detailed reference guide for the Information enabler for the governance and management of enterprise IT (GEIT). This guide further explains the Information Model (based on the COBIT 5 generic enabler model) and provides examples of fully elaborated information entities. This guide should be considered the "information" equivalent of COBIT 5: Enabling Processes. It is scheduled to be available in the second quarter of 2013.
COBIT 5 for Risk
This development project will create an information risk view of COBIT 5, which will serve as the information risk specific guidance as it relates to COBIT for ISACA’s information risk constituents. The guide should be considered the risk focused equivalent of the COBIT 5 for Information Security publication within the COBIT 5 family of products. The product is scheduled to be issued during the third quarter of 2013.
COBIT 5 for Assurance
This publication creates an information assurance view of COBIT 5, to provide guidance for ISACA’s information assurance constituents. It should be considered as the assurance equivalent of COBIT 5 for Information Security. It is scheduled to be available in the second quarter of 2013.
We are currently reviewing COBIT 5 translation business cases submitted by chapters. If your chapter would like to submit a business case, please visit the chapter-protected area of the ISACA web site. Individuals willing to review translations of COBIT 5 are invited to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
COBIT 5 Online
ISACA is exploring the implications of the release of COBIT 5 on the COBIT Online service. Currently:
- Service options are being evaluated.
- ISACA will continue to support COBIT 4.1 online.
- COBIT Online users may transfer subscriptions from COBIT 4.1 to COBIT 5.
Support COBIT Development
Each year a growing number of constituents recognize the importance and value of COBIT and provide funding to support future research into IT governance and related concepts.
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If you are interested in making a contribution, please contact email@example.com.
Become a COBIT Licensee
Enterprises have recognized the value and broad acceptance of ISACA’s intellectual property, and have elected to build commercial products and services on that IP. These enterprises appreciate the investment ISACA has made in its research, and the fact that the research reflects a global viewpoint and contributions from subject matter experts known worldwide.
ISACA has changed its licensing program to account for a variety of COBIT uses. COBIT 5 licensing is required for training, consulting, and company-wide internal and commercial uses. The path that licensure may take is shaped by ISACA’s COBIT 5 content/use licensing guidelines. Pursuant to ISACA’s guidelines, some uses require only a lawfully obtained copy or permission from ISACA, other more substantive uses will require a license from ISACA. Please contact the Intellectual Property Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on licensing.
Introduction to COBIT 5 Licensing:
With the recent release of COBIT 5, ISACA’s new governance framework, ISACA has recognized the need for a one-day instructor-led introduction to COBIT 5 training course that provides an overview of COBIT 5. ISACA is pleased to offer licensing opportunities for those training organizations and individual trainers interested in delivering training to their clients. The materials have been developed by COBIT 5 subject matter experts and include:
- Course description and outline
- Facilitator’s guide
- Participant’s guide
- Presentation materials (PowerPoint slide deck)
The course provides existing practitioners and potential new COBIT users insight into the new framework and explains the differences between COBIT 4.1 and COBIT 5. View additional details, including learning objectives.
General IP Guidelines
If you would like additional details on licensing or information on upcoming COBIT derivative deliverables please contact COBITtraining@isaca.org
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