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COBIT Assessor Guide Using COBIT 5

COBIT® Assessor Guide Using COBIT 5

SKU: 4248
Publishers: ISACA
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9781604202724
ISBN10: 1604202726
Published: 01 Feb 2013
Availability: In Stock

The official ISACA guide to using the COBIT® 5 Process Assessment Model (PAM).

Price: £50.00

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This official ISACA guide details how to undertake a formal COBIT® 5 process assessment using the COBIT® 5 Process Assessment Model (PAM), compliant with ISO/IEC 15504. It can be used by team members involved in process assessments to understand what steps need to be taken and how those steps work together, and can also be used by internal auditors to enhance the scope of their existing auditing.

The COBIT® 5 Assessor Guide: Using COBIT® 5 should be used in conjunction with its companion, COBIT Process Assessment Model: Using COBIT® 5 when undertaking COBIT® 5 process assessments.

The COBIT® 5 Assessor Guide: Using COBIT® 5 provides you with:

  • Details on how to undertake IT process capability assessments using the COBIT® 5 Process Assessment Model (PAM).
  • Definitions of the roles of responsibilities for performing process assessments.
  • Information on how to scope a process assessment, and which IT processes should be assessed.
  • Guidance to the type of evidence required during an assessment.
  • Guidance on how to ascertain the capability level of an IT process.
  • Details of how to prepare an assessment report and how the results of an assessment should be reported.
  • A Tool Kit zip file containing an Assessment Scoping Tool Excel file and a Self-Assessment Templates Excel file for the 37 COBIT® 5 processes.

A simpler and less formal approach to process assessments is detailed in COBIT® Self-Assessment Guide: Using COBIT® 5. This can be used by organisations to perform a less rigorous assessment of the current capabilities of their IT processes based on the COBIT® 5 Process Assessment Model without the same level of evidentiary requirements.

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