COBIT® 5 training, towards efficient IT governance

  • Acquire COBIT vocabulary
  • Be aware of the governance of the information system with COBIT 5
  • Understand the positioning of COBIT in relation to other standards
  • Understand how the governance of the IS integrates with the management of IT Services.

IS manager, responsible for the relationship between the IT department and users, manager, call center manager, system administrator, application manager.

No special knowledge. Experience desirable on IS management project.

3 Days.

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.
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  • General presentation of COBIT®
  • The history and goals of COBIT®.
  • The scope of COBIT®.
  • Research, develop, publish and promote a set of IS control objectives.
  • Who is COBIT for?
  • The creation of value.
  • The concept of governance: why is it today on the front of the stage?
  • The relationship established between the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and COBIT®.
  • Brief presentation of COSO.
  • COBIT® philosophy and main concepts
  • Process area. Process and process approach. Goals.
  • Description of a process. Context. Flux. Control.
  • Links between company objectives. Measures.
  • Ensure that IS provides the information the business needs.
  • Manage risks and secure IT resources.
  • Guarantee the IS contribution to the business of the company.
  • Key objective indicators. Key performance indicators.
  • IT governance according to COBIT®. Maturity model.
  • Architecture and synoptic view of the repository
  • Study of the architecture of the repository.
  • The COBIT® cube.
  • IT processes, IT resources and business requirements.
  • Introduction to the four areas and thirty-four processes of COBIT®.
  • Learn to navigate in its documentation.
  • Detailed study of process areas and use of COBIT®
  • Detailed study of process areas.
  • Areas: planning and organization.
  • Acquisition and implementation. Delivery and support. Monitoring and evaluation.
  • Practical use of the repository.
  • The maturity assessment.
  • COBIT® and other best practice repositories
  • Locate COBIT® among the other best practice repositories.
  • Overview of CMMi, ITIL®, Balanced ScoreCard and ISO 27001 standards.
  • Conclusion and self-assessment
  • Summary of the use of COBIT®. Good practices.
  • Approach to assess the level of maturity of your organization.
  • COBIT® and Knowledge Management.