The COBIT 2019 is a framework for the governance and management of enterprise Information and Technology that supports enterprise goal achievement. This one-day bridge course highlights the concepts, models and key definitions of the new framework and explains the differences between this recent releases of COBIT 2019 with COBIT 5.
The purpose of the Bridge Certificate is to confirm that a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the COBIT 2019 guidance including Enterprise Governance of Enterprise I&T create awareness with their business executives and senior IT Management; assess the current state of their Enterprise I&T with the objective of scoping what aspects of COBIT 2019 would be appropriate to implement.
At the conclusion of this course, attendees will understand:
• Recognize the context, benefits and key reasons COBIT is used as an information and technology governance framework.
• Compare the key attributes of the updated COBIT framework with COBIT5
• Recognize the target audience of COBIT 2019.
• Discover the updated COBIT principles for governance system framework.
• Identify the changes to the COBIT publications scheme.
• Describe the updated components of a governance system:
• Governance and management objectives
• Components of the governance system
• Focus areas
• Design factors
• Compare the updated COBIT goals cascade with COBIT5.
• Differentiate COBIT based performance management using maturity and capability perspectives.
• Discover how to design a tailored governance system using COBIT.
• Describe the relationships between the COBIT Design and Implementation Guides.
• Explain the key points of the COBIT business case.
• Recall the alignment of COBIT with other applicable frameworks, standards and bodies of knowledge.
The exam (Online only) consists of 20 multiple choice questions and the candidate has 40 minutes to complete it without any access to course material or notes. A minimum score of 75% or 15 correct answers out of 20 is required.
The candidates for this class will be receiving a pre-reading material package before the start of the class.