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Seven COBIT 5 Implementation Pitfalls to Avoid

By Opeyemi Onifade, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, BRMP, CISSP

COBIT Focus | 9 April 2018

Opeyemi Onifade Good practices are as good as those who practice them. As a COBIT trainer, I recommend the following tips which can help COBIT users become “good” COBIT 5 practitioners.

  1. Principles are the guiding thoughts established to underpin the implementation of good practices. COBIT implementers should not overlook the 5 principles of COBIT 5, which are pointers to the right way to implement COBIT 5. Adherence to the COBIT 5 core principles can help you avoid a misstep. The principles must govern the use of the business framework. The first principle, Meeting Stakeholder Needs, is the prime principle without which other principles become ineffectual.

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Improving the Service Desk by Using COBIT 5

By Claudio Cilli

COBIT Focus | 26 March 2018

Claudio Cilli The IT service desk plays a significant role in the day-to-day operations of any organization. When it functions well, all other activities perform well. If the service desk cannot perform, either because it does not have the proper technical skills or does not show requisite empathy, key personnel and activities suffer. Read More >>

Here Comes the GDPR. Are You Ready?

By Mark Thomas

COBIT Focus | 26 February 2018

Mark Thomas By now, most have at least heard of something called the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). If not, you may be in for a big surprise.

The EU Data Protection reform, adopted as the General Data Protection Regulation, has emerged as a seemingly unavoidable sweeping regulation that is getting the attention of organizations across the globe. Read More >>

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