The recently-released COBIT 2019 reflects the requirements, considerations, and opportunities inherent in modern IT. It equips organizations to not only thrive, but also evolve, and even take unforeseen future opportunities into account.
In releasing COBIT 2019, ISACA has not only added new elements to the framework, but also updated previous aspects of COBIT 5 to bring them more in line with the needs of modern IT.
COBIT is a renowned organizational framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT. We discuss the benefits such as enabling businesses to achieve objectives predictably and reliably, with the support of a fully-refined (and well-understood) IT structure. It is important to remember that the COBIT framework also offers valuable insight into the principles and enablers that go into effective IT management. At the same time, it remains generic enough that individual organizations can adapt it to suit their own unique needs.
There is plenty of guidance available to help the IT function manage IT services from a provider’s perspective but guidance for the business on the other side of the proverbial fence is thin on the ground. Fortunately, COBIT® and BiSL® have guidance to offer because good governance implies good information management.
This blog takes a quick look at COBIT 5 Enablers. The 7 COBIT enablers are all described by a common structure, which helps us both understand and use the enabler in practice. This structure consists of 2 major areas – enabler dimensions and enabler performance management.
A quick introductions to the COBIT 5 enabler: The principles, policies and frameworks. Each enabler, including Principles, policies and frameworks, is broken down into four generic enabler dimensions. Each of these dimensions contain enabler specific information.
A video guide detailing how IT Governance using COBIT 5 can create value in your organization. Creating Value is a governance objective and one that COBIT 5 very clearly describes.
COBIT 5 is based on 5 principles that enable the organisation to build an effective governance and management framework that optimises information and technology investment and use for the benefit of a wide range of organisational stakeholders.
COBIT5 asks the following question - how can businesses apply the same mentality that they do to their normal business activities to IT? In this article we cover the 3 components of COBIT5, and the three main benefits it offers to an organization.
Without the governance and management provided by COBIT 5, organizations face increased risk that all your IT and information assets are poorly managed and proper accountability is compromised.