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IT Governance 101: IT Governance for Dummies, Part 1

By Paul Wilkinson

COBIT Focus | 22 January 2019

There are a lot of IT governance “dummies” out there.

dummy (noun)
:a stupid or silly person

silly (adjective)
:showing little thought or judgement

stupid (adjective)
:acting in an unintelligent or careless manner

Before deciding not to read on, arguably, there are a lot of us out there showing little thought or judgement about what IT governance really means and what we should be doing about it. Read More >>

Agile GEIT Practitioners Guide, Part 1

By Michael Bergman, CRISC, CISSP

COBIT Focus | 7 January 2019

Ever-increasing legal and regulatory requirements have an impact on Agile’s ability to respond to customers’ needs in a timely, effective and efficient manner. To limit that impact and maximize value delivery to the organization, a governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) system focused on managing IT risk within the Agile environment is required. Read More >>

GEIT Framework at Work, Part 6: Follow-Up and Continuous Improvement

By Peter C. Tessin, CISA, CRISC, CISM, CGEIT

COBIT Focus | 26 December 2018

Readers of this series of articles have seen the progression of steps taken in the implementation of 1 particular element of governing and managing enterprise IT (GEIT): managing security, as defined in COBIT 5’s APO13 Manage security process. Read More >>