Part 2 – COBIT Overview

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Part 2 – COBIT Overview

This lesson offers an overview of COBIT 5. COBIT is an acronym which stands for Control Objectives for IT. COBIT 5 consists of a comprehensive framework that helps enterprise manage IT within their organization and is integral to maintaining a balance between benefit, risk and resource usage. It has five main principles and 34 processes. COBIT helps enterprise stakeholders a means in determining what they expect from IT balancing benefits/risks/costs and prioritizes their needs. The five main principles of COBIT 5 are:
1. Meeting Stakeholder Needs
2. Covering the Enterprise End-to-End
3. Applying a single integrated framework
4. Enabling a holistic approach
5. Separating governance from management

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