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COBIT

(Control OBjectives for Information and related Technology) A business-oriented set of standards for guiding management in the sound use of information technology from ISACA (formerly the Information Systems Audit and Control Association). COBIT includes resources such as an executive summary, a framework, control objectives, audit guidelines, an implementation tool set, management guidelines and reference materials available for download. For more information, visit www.isaca.org/COBIT.
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This is one of the top three banks in NZ in terms of turnover and has a structured IT governance plan that is risk based, rather than based on COBIT, ITIL, ISO, or BASEL II.
Among the various maturity models used in the IT field, the Capability Maturity Model (CMM) and COBIT model stand out.
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The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Internal Control--Integrated Framework and the ISACA COBIT framework have a long and beneficial history of in-tandem use by many enterprises, long before the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 regulations were enacted.
Part of him wanted to believe Jim was joking since he made such a big deal about COBIT during his portion of the briefing.
COBIT is now serving an important role supporting the nation's cybersecurity direction, said Meenu Gupta, CISA, CISM, president of Mittal Technologies and a member of ISACA's Government and Regulatory Advocacy Committee.
The COBIT framework consists of 34 specific control objectives, organized into four domains: Plan and Organize (PO), Acquire and Implement (AI), Deliver and Support (DS), and Monitor and Evaluate (ME).
In COBIT 5, ISACA suggests making a clear distinction between privacy governance and privacy management, meaning that the board of directors of any organisation should direct, evaluate and monitor the privacy vision and requirements based on business needs, whereas the executive management and employees involved with privacy-related information should focus on the plan, build, run and monitor approach.
Please note that the scope of this paper is limited to the following frameworks: ISO 27001, ISO 27005, ITIL, COBIT, Risk IT, RMF by NIST, Basel II, PCI DSS, and OCTAVE.
COBIT was initially developed as an IT benchmark consisting of best practices, then it evolved to become a framework that could be applicable as a dual use framework by which organizations can achieve efficiencies in either operation and/or IT audits.
They suggest that businesses should have a discussion with their IT providers about adopting COBIT, ITIL AND CMMI frameworks, although there are others.