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COBIT 2019 Hot Off the Press
First Impressions Through Use at a Major Asian Bank

By Markus Walter, CISA, CISM, COBIT Foundation, CISSP, ITIL, PMP, TOGAF, and Bob Hayward

COBIT Focus | 15 April 2019

2019 is off to a strong start—there is an exciting year to come, and a refreshed and revitalized IT governance framework to explore. Released in December 2018, COBIT 2019 is a major revision of the well-established set of guides for effective IT governance. Thankfully, the perfect opportunity presented itself to test-drive COBIT 2019 with a client in Asia whose project commenced only days after the new framework was published.

The COokBook for IT

One of the authors is a passionate advocate for COBIT and, since 2006, has conducted more than 100 IT governance assignments globally using the COBIT framework. Over the years, he developed a unique style to explain the benefits of COBIT to IT leaders in a way that anyone can understand. He talks about COBIT as the “COokBook for IT.” Read More >>

IT Governance 101: IT Governance for Dummies, Part 2
The Marriage Counselor

By Paul Wilkinson

COBIT Focus | 1 April 2019

Both business and IT are “unconsciously incompetent” when dealing with the issues relating to both the need for and scope of IT governance in this age of digital disruption. That is the thesis of the first installment of this 2-part series. This second installment addresses what can be done to foster understanding between business and IT and recognize the value in the relationship between the 2 ... Read More >>

Defining Target Capability Levels in COBIT 2019: A Proposal for Refinement

By Joao Souza Neto, Rafael Almeida, and Miguel Mira da Silva

COBIT Focus | 18 March 2019

The COBIT 2019 Design Guide: Designing an Information and Technology Governance Solution outlines a robust, logical and quantifiable process for designing a governance system over enterprise information and technology (I&T). Read More >>