Has your organisation implemented the COBIT best practice framework? Do you need to understand how you can benefit from and migrate to COBIT 5?
ISACA has confirmed that the long awaited COBIT 5 Framework will be published in the next few months. COBIT 4. 1 was released in 2007 and has become one of the internationally accepted best practice frameworks for IT management and control in successful organisations. While providing a useful guide for the management of operational IT practices, it has long been criticised for not providing the basis for true IT governance.
COBIT 5 has adopted the Evaluate, Direct and Monitor model of the ISO 38500 IT Governance standard and clearly differentiates between governance processes and management processes.
|COBIT 5 Update Day
As a leading IT governance consultancy, we are pleased to offer you the unique opportunity to attend our COBIT 5 Update Day seminar to be held in London on the 23rd February. This is first COBIT 5 review event to be held in the UK and is presented by Geoff Harmer who is a licensed trainer for COBIT with ISACA, and is also an accredited lecturer for ITIL with the Information Systems Examination Board (ISEB).
By attending the COBIT 5 Update Day you will learn about:
- The key concepts and benefits of COBIT 5
- The differences between COBIT 4.1 and COBIT 5
- How to plan the migration from COBIT 4.1 to 5
- The resources required for implementation.
Find out how COBIT 5 can help your organisation ensure that IT really delivers on its strategic objectives.