Beginner's Cobit Companion
by T Gilling
Beginner's COBIT Companion has been created to give a reader, new to the subject, an easy to comprehend introduction to COBIT. Extra details that ... Show synopsis Beginner's COBIT Companion has been created to give a reader, new to the subject, an easy to comprehend introduction to COBIT. Extra details that will be needed once you have the basics under your belt are cunningly hidden away in the extensive appendices at the back of the publication. The inclusion of licensed materials, from ISACA/ITGI, ensures that the reader can start to familiarise themselves with the concepts, terminology, and phraseology found in the official COBIT literature. A revision guide has been provided to help those preparing for the COBIT 4.1 Foundation Examination, and two challenging tests are included to help verify your newly developed understanding - whether you sit the exam or not. This book collates select material from a wide variety of ISACA/ITGI sources into a comprehensive single-point-of-reference. It is your personal portal into the world of COBIT and no batteries are required! It might not be the only publication you will need in order to master COBIT but it is the very best place to start your learning journey. This publication is aimed at the following audience: Board, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Business Executive, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Business Senior Management, Business Process Owner, Head Operations, Chief Architect, Head Development, Head IT Administration, Project Management Office (PMO), Compliance, Audit, Risk, and Security (CARS), Deployment Team, Service Manager, Service Desk/Incident Manager, Configuration Manager, Problem Manager. Of course, as an introductory text it is also suitable for anyone wishing to develop a basic understanding of COBIT, regardless of their role, inside or out of the enterprise. Consultants specialising in IT Governance may find this publication of particular interest as it selectively collates a wide range of COBIT materials into a single publication. Training organisations may find that the publication usefully complements their own COBIT educational materials, as it provides an ideal single-point-of-reference for those preparing for the COBIT 4.1 Foundation Examination.