COBIT® 5 Foundation training, certification to master good governance practices
- Understanding the challenges of the governance of the Information System
- Know the structure of the COBIT repository
- Evaluate the capacity of a process with the Process Assessment Model
- Prepare for the COBIT Foundation certification exam.
Executive directors. Business managers. IT / IS auditors. Internal controllers. Information security officers. Members of the ISD. Directors of information systems. Consultants.
There are no prerequisites for this course, however, it is desirable to have a good basic knowledge of information systems and to have completed the COBIT® 5 Introductory Course.
Practical exercises and demonstrations will allow you to put into practice the theoretical concepts presented.
For “Distance” training, they are carried out with a Teams or Zoom type videoconferencing tool depending on the case, allowing the trainer to adapt his teaching methods.
Find on our website all the details about distance sessions or virtual classes.
- The key functions of COBIT® 5
- The reasons for the development of COBIT® 5.
- Which led to the development of a repository.
- The benefits resulting from the use of COBIT® 5.
- The format and product architecture of COBIT® 5.
- Other repositories: differences and complementarities.
- The 5 principles of COBIT® 5
- Principle 1 – Identify needs.
- Principle 2 – Cover the business as a whole.
- Principle 3 – Apply a single integrated repository.
- Principle 4 – Implement a holistic approach.
- Principle 5 – Separate governance and management.
- The 7 facilitators of COBIT® 5
- Facilitator 1 – Principles, frame of reference.
- Facilitator 2 – Process.
- Facilitator 3 – Organizational structures.
- Facilitator 4 – Culture, ethics and behavior.
- Facilitator 5 – Information.
- Facilitator 6 – Services, infrastructure and applications.
- Facilitator 7 – People, skills and competences.
- Use of cascade objectives to define the scope of processes.
- Introduction to the COBIT® 5 implementation
- The life cycle approach. The interrelationships between the components of the life cycle.
- The internal and external factors of the company.
- The key success factors for the implementation.
- The 7 phases of the life cycle model.
- The 7 characteristics of life cycle change support.
- The relationship between change facilitation and continuous improvement.
- Create the business case.
- Differences between COBIT® 5 and 4.1.
- Process evaluation with COBIT® 5 (PAM)
- What is process evaluation?
- What is the COBIT® Assessment Program?
- The differences between a suitability assessment and a maturity assessment.
- The differences with the CMMI-based maturity model included in COBIT 4.1.
- Overview of the suitability model and COBIT® 5 assessments.
- The Process Reference Model (PRM).
- The Process Assessment Model (PAM).
- The evaluation benchmark. Introduction to the different stages of evaluator training.
- Review and certification
- Review session.