(a) Planning and Organization
(b) Acquisition and Implementation
(c) Delivery and Support
13.3 COBIT CUBE
(a) COBIT 4.x
(b) Main Changes in COBIT 4.x
(c) COBIT 4.x Highlights
(d) COBIT 4.x Maturity Model
13.4 LINKING BUSINESS GOALS TO IT GOALS
(a) Business Requirements Mapping with IT Resources/Processes
13.5 HOW WILL COBIT 4.x IMPACT/BENEFIT USERS?
Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT) is an IT governance control framework. COBIT's purpose is to ensure IT resources are aligned with an enterprise's business objectives so that services delivered balance IT risks and returns. COBIT defines 34 significant processes, links 318 detailed controls activities to them, and defines an internal control framework for all of them.
COBIT is designed for three distinct audiences:
The COBIT framework was defined in the first edition, published in 1996. Research for second edition (released in 1998) included the collection and analysis of identified international sources and was carried out by ...