COBIT® 2019 Design and Implementation
The globally recognized COBIT Framework, the leader in ensuring effective and strategic enterprise governance of information and technology (EGIT), has been updated with new information and guidance—facilitating easier, tailored implementation. Effective governance over information and technology is critical to business success, and this new release further cements COBIT’s continuing role as an important driver of innovation and business transformation. COBIT 2019 is an evolution of the previous version, COBIT 5, building on its solid foundation by adding the latest developments affecting enterprise information and technology.
COBIT® provides the guidance and means to build and sustain a best-fit governance system that aligns with major related standards, frameworks, and regulations. The COBIT framework is also very relevant to the modern enterprise—bringing structure to decision-making and assisting in the creation of a more agile governance system. COBIT provides the latest thinking in Enterprise Governance of Information & Technology (EGIT) and is a comprehensive repository of guidance, tools, models, and resources to help business leaders achieve their objectives for effective I&T governance.
COBIT 2019 is a framework for the governance and management of enterprise Information and Technology that supports enterprise goal achievement. This Design and Implementation course is intended for more experienced users of COBIT who are interested in more advanced use of the framework, i.e. designing governance systems and running governance improvement programs. This course requires the COBIT 2019 Foundation Certificate to be successfully achieved. This two-day course is structured around the COBIT 2019 Design Guide
and the COBIT 2019 Implementation Guide
COBIT is a framework from ISACA for the governance and management of enterprise information and technology aimed at the whole enterprise. Enterprise IT means all the technology and information processing the enterprise puts in place to achieve its goals, regardless of where this happens in the enterprise. In other words, enterprise IT is not limited to the IT department of an organization but certainly includes it. COBIT defines the components to build and sustain a governance system: processes, organizational structures, policies and procedures, information flows, culture and behaviors, skills, and infrastructure.