COBIT® 2019 Bridge Program: Course Contents | ALC Training News

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1. Introduction to COBIT 2019
  • Benefits of Enterprise Governance of IT
  • Attributes and benefits of COBIT 2019
  • Updated COBIT 2019 product/family
  • Major differences between COBIT 5 and COBIT 2019
2. Changes to the COBIT Principles and Concepts
  • Six principles for a governance framework
  • Three principles of a governance system
3. New definitions of governance and management objectives including domains
  • Components of a governance system and the key differences (formerly enablers)
    • Processes, Organisational structures
    • Principles / Policies / Frameworks
    • Information
    • Culture / Ethics / Behaviour
    • People / Skills / Competencies
    • Services / Infrastructure / Applications
  • New focus areas that describe governance topics
    • Small / medium sized businesses
    • Cybersecurity
    • Risks
    • DevOps
  • New design factors
    • Enterprise strategy
    • Enterprise goals
    • Risk profile
    • Enterprise size
    • Threat landscape
    • Regulatory requirements
    • Role of IT
    • Sourcing model for IT
    • IT implementation methods
    • Technology adoption strategy
  • Updated goals cascade
4. High level description of the 40 governance and management objects
  • Purpose
  • Goals
  • Practices, related metrics and activities
  • Inputs and outputs
  • Practice capability levels
  • Policies and procedures aspects
  • Culture and behaviour aspects
  • Related guidance
5. COBIT Performance Model
  • How well the system and components work
  • Alignment to CMMI concepts
  • Difference between capability and maturity
  • Capability levels (0-5) for assessing how a process is implemented and performing.
  • Performance management guidance for assessing other governance system components
6. Designing a tailored governance system
  • Impact of design factors
  • Designing a tailored system
7. A business case for COBIT 2019
8. Implementing enterprise governance over IT

Jes Irving