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COBIT Focus - Using COBIT 5 to Deliver Information and Data Governance

Join authors Myles Suer and Roger Nolan as they respond to ISACA member questions beginning 12 January 2015. Add your questions by responding to this post!

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COBIT® 5 provides guidance for IT practitioners and business leaders regarding the governance and management of data and information. COBIT 5 starts by providing an overarching set of business recommendations. For example, COBIT 5 suggests that business leaders include in their balanced scorecard the following topics:  compliance, financial transparency and information-based strategic decision making. COBIT also establishes an information life cycle function where data are enriched to become information and information is enriched with context to become knowledge that has enterprise value. 
 
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