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Agile GEIT Practitioners Guide, Part 1

By Michael Bergman, CRISC, CISSP

COBIT Focus | 7 January 2019

Ever-increasing legal and regulatory requirements have an impact on Agile’s ability to respond to customers’ needs in a timely, effective and efficient manner. To limit that impact and maximize value delivery to the organization, a governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) system focused on managing IT risk within the Agile environment is required. A GEIT system enables the enterprise to take full advantage of IT, maximizing benefits, capitalizing on opportunities and gaining competitive advantage. Fundamentally, GEIT is concerned with 2 separate but related components: first, the managing of IT-related risk and second, IT value delivery to the business.

The managing IT risk component requires building an internal control system to protect and control the Agile development process and build trust in its ability to safeguard its assets. Read More >>

GEIT Framework at Work, Part 6: Follow-Up and Continuous Improvement

By Peter C. Tessin, CISA, CRISC, CISM, CGEIT

COBIT Focus | 26 December 2018

Readers of this series of articles have seen the progression of steps taken in the implementation of 1 particular element of governing and managing enterprise IT (GEIT): managing security, as defined in COBIT 5’s APO13 Manage security process. Read More >>

A New COBIT Is in Town and I Really Like How It Looks

By Mark Thomas, CRISC, CGEIT

COBIT Focus | 10 December 2018
 

ISACA released the latest version of the COBIT framework and I can tell you without hesitation that this latest structure is one of the best governance and management frameworks to date for the enterprise governance of information and technology (EGIT). Read More >>