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When ISACA® announced it was replacing COBIT® 4.1 with a new version of the framework, some experts were skeptical. COBIT 4.1 was easy. The content was very familiar. If additional information not covered in COBIT® was needed, another document like Val IT or Risk IT could provide more details. But it turns out, there was a much more organized approach to the framework, and COBIT® 5 did just that. Not only did it incorporate several other ISACA documents (e.g., Val IT or Risk IT) into this one overarching framework, it also incorporated some additional major frameworks and standards from the industry.
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