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October Chapter Meeting - COBIT Update and Resources (Deeper Dive)
Oct 15, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (MT)
Governance and Management of Enterprise IT (Digital Business) – How Good Practices Can with COBIT 2019 can help you connect the dots
Session will cover an intro and update to resources for COBIT 2019, and alignment and harmony with COSO, NIST, ISO, IRM, PMBoK, ITIL and all other models. All COBIT books and toolkits will be covered. Discussion will focus on using the resources with common sense - to realize huge value. COBIT helps provide context, structure and content for consistency. A framework of frameworks. No need to make it up anymore, COBIT content can help you. This will not be a dull presentation – we’ll dig into your real challenges and opportunities and how COBIT or other resources might help.
Presenter: John Jasinski, IT Management and Governance Process Consultant
John is an IT Management and Governance process advocate focused on results. With over 25 years' experience in market leading companies and important government departments, he provides a common sense business perspective, emphasizing that cost savings from process standardization far outweigh benefits of custom process; and process is continuous, improvement a choice. Standardize processes and integrate data. John is a COBIT Advocate and Trainer, and is listed in many COBIT publications, ITIL V3 CSI book, and holds a bunch of other certifications. ISACA Minnesota member and volunteer. You’ll enjoy this session.
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