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Cobit Foundation Training

Cobit Foundation Training



All about CobiT Foundation\'s Training& Certification Explained

All about CobiT Foundation\'s Training& Certification Explained



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      • Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies is regarded as the world's leading IT control and governance framework
      • COBIT
    • Relevance to IT
      • COBIT® supports IT governance by providing a framework to ensure that:
        • IT is aligned with the business
        • IT enables the business and maximizes benefits
        • IT resources are used responsibly
        • IT risks are managed appropriately
    • Relevance to IT
      • In this two day course, participants will be equipped with the knowledge to enable them to use COBIT® for evaluating the effectiveness of IT-related controls and how the framework can assist them in implementing IT Governance and support IT Assurance
      • This official ISACA course addresses the need for an IT control framework and explains how this is addressed COBIT®. The elements of the COBIT® framework are explained using practical examples and scenario based learning.
    • Relevance to IT
      • The course helps IT, audit, risk, and compliance professionals master COBIT® at a foundation level. The course explains the COBIT framework using practical examples and a case-study-driven approach. It also addresses all other components of the COBIT toolkit, such as Audit Guidelines, Management Guidelines, and Control Objectives.
    • Course Objectives
      • Understand the principles and objectives of COBIT®
      • Identify and know when to use the various components of COBIT®
      • Understand the ITGI's approach to IT Governance and how COBIT® supports this
      • Scope and plan IT Management and Governance initiatives based on COBIT®
      • Assess IT Management Capability using the COBIT® Maturity Models and Control Objectives
      • Plan control improvements using Control Objectives and Control Practices
    • Course Objectives
      • Create a Performance Measurement framework using COBIT® Metrics and Scorecards.
      • Understand how COBIT® aligns with other best practice frameworks and standards such as ITIL, ISO2000, ISO17799 and ISO27001.
    • Audience
      • The COBIT Foundation course and the COBIT Foundation exam are equally applicable to IT auditors, IT managers, IT quality professionals, IT leadership, IT developers, and process practitioners and managers in IT service service-providing firms. Anyone interested in learning more about COBIT will find value in the Foundation course and the Foundation exam.
    • Course Contents:
      • Starts from the premise that IT needs to deliver the information that the enterprise needs to achieve its objectives
      • Promotes process focus and process ownership
      • Divides IT into 34 processes belonging to four domains and provides a high-level control objective for each
      • Considers fiduciary, quality and security needs of enterprises, providing seven information criteria that can be used to generically define what the business requires from IT
    • Seven Information Criterions:
      • 1. Effectiveness
      • 2. Efficiency
      • 3. Availability
      • 4. Integrity
      • 5. Confidentiality
      • 6. Reliability
      • 7. Compliance
      • Four Domains and 34 Control Objectives of COBIT
    • 1. Plan and Organize
      • a. PO1 Define a strategic information technology plan
      • b. PO2 Define the information architecture
      • c. PO3 Determine the technological direction
      • d. PO4 Define the IT organization and relationships
      • e. PO5 Manage the investment in information technology
      • f. PO6 Communicate management aims and direction
      • g. PO7 Manage human resources
      • h. PO8 Ensure compliance with external requirements
      • i. PO9 Assess risks
      • j. PO10 Manage projects
      • k. PO11 Manage quality
    • 2. Acquire and Implement
      • a. AI1 Identify automated solutions
      • b. AI2 Acquire and maintain application software
      • c. AI3 Acquire and maintain technology infrastructure
      • d. AI4 Develop and maintain IT procedures
      • e. AI5 Install and accredit systems
      • f. AI6 Manage changes
    • 3. Deliver and Support
      • a. DS1 Define and manage service levels
      • b. DS2 Manage third-party services
      • c. DS3 Manage performance and capacity
      • d. DS4 Ensure continuous service
      • e. DS5 Ensure systems security
      • f. DS6 Identify and allocate costs
      • g. DS7 Educate and train users
      • h. DS8 Assist and advise customers
      • i. DS9 Manage the configuration
      • j. DS10 Manage problems and incidents
      • k. DS11 Manage data
      • l. DS12 Manage facilities
      • m. DS13 Manage operations
    • 4. Monitor and Evaluate
      • a. M1 Monitor the process
      • b. M2 Assess internal control adequacy
      • c. M3 Obtain independent assurance
      • d. M4 Provide for independent audit
    • Examination
      • The course includes ISACA's Foundation examination leading to the COBIT® Foundation Certificate, attained by passing a 1 hour, 40 questions, multiple choice examinations.
      • For more information on ITIL and ITIL Service Management please contact us.
      • Vyom Labs Pvt. Ltd,
      • Aditi Samruddhi, S. No.173/4, Baner Pune 411 045
      • Email: info@vyomlabs.com
      • Ph Nos. +91-20-66321008 || +91-20-66321023