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Time
3 hours 43 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
4
Video Transcription
00:00
Hi, guys. Welcome to this course on corporate foundations.
00:05
So in this course, we're going to talk about the focus and goals of co bit
00:09
the strength of this framework,
00:11
the five domains
00:13
governance and management objectives and how to create a culprit business case
00:18
in this particular video. We're just going over an overview of this course.
00:23
So there are no prerequisites to take this co bit Course
00:29
a little bit about me. My name is Sheila Rana, and I will be your instructor.
00:34
I am the founder of Cyber Secure, which is the security, training, education and awareness firm.
00:41
So this course is intended for I t professionals. I t security professionals and executives or senior leaders.
00:52
So in this course we have 11 modules
00:55
we're going to start off with I t governance,
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then go over. Why cope? It is useful.
01:00
The focus and goals of co bit
01:03
basic concepts,
01:03
governance and management objectives,
01:07
performance management,
01:08
how to design a tailored governance system.
01:11
Implementing enterprise governance of I t
01:15
making the co bit business case and the co bit cube.
01:19
And finally in module 11 will go over a summary of everything we learned.
01:26
So the materials for this course are the syllabus and an assessment, which you could take at the end.
01:34
So in this video we talked about an introduction to the culprit course. And now let's get started.
01:40
Let's start off with different governance types.
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So in this video, we're going to talk about corporate governance, information, governance, data governance and I t governance.
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So let's take a look at this graph.
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Corporate governance, information, governance, I t governance and data governance. All are related to one another, but they don't mean the same thing
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As you can see. Corporate governance incomers the remaining three governance types. Information I T and data governance.
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It is the overarching processes that include the for mentioned
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information. Governance is a step down from corporate governance, but it still relates to high level processes and procedures that manage I T systems and data that is generated and used by those systems.
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I t. Governance is a form of managing I t Resource is while data governance focuses on data at the raw data level,
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as we mentioned earlier, corporate governance is the overarching policies and procedures that are enacted within organizations, toe uphold and implement stakeholder interests into rules, policies and processes within an organization
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it covers over information I t. Re sources and data and essentially encompasses them within this governance type
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information Governance is a part of corporate governance and has a high level view of information that is generated, used and processed by I T systems.
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It focuses on optimizing and leveraging information to remain secure and meet legal and privacy obligations that are consistent with organizational objectives.
03:29
It is a higher level approach that incorporates it governance and data governance.
03:37
Data governance is the lowest level. It consists of processes, methods and techniques to ensure that data is unique, reliable and of high quality, so that an organization and its systems that utilize this information have trusted and accurate results.
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It focuses on data at the raw level in its process, methods and techniques.
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Now let's talk about I t. Governance.
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I t. Governance is a way to manage your I t resource is to ensure efficiency, effectiveness
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and to deliver on a business is mission and objectives.
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I t. Governance is a way to deliver business objectives and communicate business value to stakeholders.
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Data governance falls under the umbrella of I t governance
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data governance is focused on the processes around raw data.
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We're looking at the data level in data governance.
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I t governance is more broad.
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We're not only looking at processes to secure raw data, but also the systems that will be doing the processing, storing and protecting
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some great frameworks for I t governance include co bit
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or control objectives for information technologies.
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Val I t
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iTele or I T Infrastructure Library
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and the standard ISO I E. C 38,500.
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This is a great starting point if you're not sure where to begin when looking to start securing your it resource is.
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So now that we know the function of each type of governance, let's iterate on how they all relate to one another.
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Corporate governance is the outer circle encompassing information I T and data governance.
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In one circle below, you'll see there is information governance which incomers I t and data governance.
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I t governance is the third level of the circle, which includes data governance
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and then we have data governance, which is the governance of data at the raw level. And it is a part of I t information and corporate governance.
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Okay, so let's take a quick pop quiz.
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What type of governance with the process of managing I t processes and I t resource is fall under.
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So if you're thinking I t governance, then you're right.
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I t governance deals with the processes and I t assets themselves. While information governance is focused on the overarching processes of managing the information that is generated by I t processes.
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So in this video we talked about the different types of governance programs there are and how corporate governance, information governance, I t governance and data governance all relate to one another.
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