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Basic Foundational Concepts Using COBIT 5

The objective of this publication is to provide a learning resource that can be used effectively by students with little or no business experience. As a result, the materials reproduced herein have been condensed by removing material that addresses practical and operational issues that are of concern to business people and information technology (IT) professionals, but may be difficult for students to appreciate and comprehend.

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Information Security: Using COBIT 5 for Information Security

This set of educational materials is designed for professors and teachers to explain and present principles of the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification and COBIT 5 for Information Security in their curricula and courses of information systems management, information security management, and information systems auditing. This educational package was constructed using the advice and counsel of a global group of academics and practitioners. The purpose was to create a more focused approach for teaching and presenting information systems in the classroom.

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IT Governance Using COBIT and Val IT Material

This set of educational materials is designed for professors and teachers to explain and present COBIT in their curricula and courses of information systems management, information security management, information systems auditing and/or accounting information systems. This educational package was constructed using the advice and counsel of a global group of academics and practitioners. The purpose was to create a more focused approach for teaching and presenting COBIT in the classroom.

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ISACA Journal IT Audit Basics Columns

The columns are organized by subject area index using the principles in the ISACA Model Curriculum for IS Audit and Control, 2nd Edition.

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