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Applying the Goals Cascade to the COBIT 5 Principle Meeting Stakeholder Needs

By Govind Kulkarni, COBIT 5, CSQA, DevOps Master, ISO 27000 Auditor, ITIL Expert, PMP

COBIT Focus | 24 April 2017

COBIT 5 is a renowned best practice framework for governing and managing enterprise information technology. This framework covers the entire enterprise from end to end in terms of processes, organization structures, policies, skills and talent, information, and other enablers, and top to bottom from the board of directors to incident management specialists working in operations. Before an enterprise thinks about implementing COBIT 5, it is necessary to understand the principles that are defined in the framework. During COBIT 5 implementation, the 5 principles act as a guiding light and provide adequate details of what should be done. If an organization wants a successful COBIT 5 implementation, it must first learn and understand the COBIT 5 principles. Read More >>

How COBIT 5 Can Help Reduce the Likelihood and Impact of the Top 5 Cyberthreats

By Sue Milton, CISA, CGEIT

COBIT Focus | 3 April 2017

2017 is here with cyberbreaches increasing, with their impacts rippling ever further into business and personal life.

Are these threats too big to manage? Is cyberthreat management the ‘elephant in the room’? Read More >>

Using Visual Models for Adopting IT Governance Practices

By Rafael Almeida, Pedro Linares Pinto, Renato Lourinho, Miguel Mira da Silva, Ph.D.

COBIT Focus | 20 March 2017

IT governance (ITG) can be adopted using a mixture of various structures, processes and relational mechanisms that encourage behaviors consistent with the organization’s mission, strategy, values, norms and culture. Read More >>

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