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in this video, we're going to talk about the focus areas of co bit.
We're going to cover what is a focus area and examples of focus areas.
Another basic Kobe concept is toe have focus areas.
Focus areas can be a topic, domain or issue that can be mitigated by a governance and management objective.
This is important to note in the corporate framework, because you should pinpoint areas within your enterprise that should be focused on and addressed through an I T governance framework.
This also requires some degree of prioritization.
You cannot reasonably expect to have every single area.
I'll be the same priority.
Think about which domain topics or issues require the most attention.
Can you retain the most business value? What can you retain the most business value from
what needs the most securing to remain compliant with laws and regulations.
What issue keeps occurring within your I T infrastructure that dreams time and resource is
define what your focus areas are. Look at topics, domains and issues that can be addressed by an I T governance program and include them in your strategic options or E d m domain. Then a line planned and organized Your I T resource is to fulfill those strategic requirements
afterwards, build, acquire or implement the necessary components, and then deliver service and support thes i t services.
Finally, you should continually monitor, evaluate and assess thes I t re sources and services to ensure that there, in fact, accomplishing what the governance and management objectives set out to dio.
Let's talk about some examples of focus areas.
Some focus areas that can apply to many different organizations regardless of size or industry include cybersecurity, cloud computing, privacy obligations and digital transformations.
Cybersecurity is an essential focus area that organizations need to address.
It is a topic and issue that is often overlooked and causes detrimental damages. Thio businesses
that results in tangible and intangible losses.
Thus the focus area could be cybersecurity, and this condemn it will be addressed by a governance
program. That or Kobe I t. Governance framework.
Cloud computing is another focus area that Colbert can address.
How enterprises manage cloud computing varies, given that there are different architectures in which to implement
cope it. Governance and management objectives also cover cloud computing
governing cloud providers that manager internal information is vital and should not be overlooked.
Vendors and external stakeholders should be included in your governance and management approach,
so this goes without saying. But privacy obligations, both legal and voluntary, are addressed by Kobets governance and management objectives.
We've gone over how cope it is aligned with major standards, laws and regulations.
And this is done to align itself to meet with current privacy obligations that are both legally imposed and voluntary to retain tangible and intangible benefits.
Another focus area is digital transformations.
Is an enterprise looking to switch over to a more automated and consistent approach and getting rid of outdated and obsolete technology
cope? It has a way in which to focus on this through governance and management. Objectives
essentially focus areas within the co bit framework are a governance topic, domain or issue that is addressed by objectives and their subsequent components.
Thes focus areas are relevant and pertinent to many, many different organizations,
and using cope, it can help you to realize those areas you may have overlooked when designing and implementing an I T governance program.
So what do you think? Your biggest focus area for your organization in relation? Thio Implementing an I T governance program would be
take a moment to think about that.
So in this video we talked about the definition of a focus area and examples of focus areas.