COBIT Training - COBIT Foundation

Introduction

This 5-day course is designed to train candidates to pass the COBIT Foundation exam and gain foundational knowledge of the COBIT 5 framework and its uses. COBIT® (Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology) is the most globally recognised IT control and governance framework. The Foundation level qualification demonstrates knowledge of its components, as well as understanding of its benefits, how it can work with other frameworks and how it can be applied to a practical situation.

The course covers the following topics:

The major drivers for the development of COBIT 5.

The business benefits of COBIT 5.

The COBIT 5 Product Architecture.

The Governance and Management of Enterprise IT and the IT management issues and challenges that affect enterprises.

The 5 Key Principles of COBIT 5.

How COBIT 5 processes and Process Reference Model (PRM) help create the 5 Principles and the 7 Governance and Management Enablers.

How to create awareness with business executives and senior IT Management.

How to assess the current state of Enterprise IT in your organisation.

The basic concepts for the implementation of COBIT 5 and of the new Process Assessment Model (PAM).

How to scope what aspects of COBIT 5 would be appropriate to implement.

Initiating a Project Process

What is COBIT?

COBIT is a framework for the management and governance of IT in enterprises. The COBIT has been developed by ISACA, a non-profit, independent association for IT governance professionals around the world and draws from the collective knowledge and experience of the organisation’s global development team. COBIT provides best practices, tools and models for gaining the best value from information systems and is used by organisations such as Oracle, Maitland Group, Unisys and GlaxoSmithKline.

Maitland is a privately owned international firm offering corporate and investment services around the world. Being a large organisation with more than 11 offices across Europe, the Caribbean and South Africa, Maitland needed control and oversight over the organisation’s use of IT. To do this, they realised a governance framework was needed. Maitland chose COBIT as it was a natural extension of their already established overall governance practices. Maitland’s implementation of COBIT has included both their business and IT resources, meaning there is a clear understanding how the two can relate to each other. The framework has also allowed them to design and deploy a project office, meaning they have gained greater control over their projects and have a greater chance of leading them through to success. Moving into the future, Maitland have noticed that many of the principles of COBIT designed for IT can, in fact, be used across the whole enterprise, and they are in the process of applying them in this way.

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