The 5 Domains

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Time
3 hours 43 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
4
Video Transcription
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we should reiterate the five domains of the co bit framework.
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So in this video, we're going to talk about a review of the five domains.
00:10
So Corbett has five domains. The governance domain includes E G m, which is to evaluate, direct and monitor
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the management domain. Includes a P O or a line plan and organize, Be AI or build a choir and implement
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DSS or deliver service and Support and Emmy A or Monitoring, evaluating and assessing
00:34
each of these domains includes processes
00:37
E. D M has five processes. We went over an example of one of the E D M processes, which is for risk optimization.
00:44
The E. D M domain is focused on value delivery, risk optimization and resource optimization.
00:52
A P O has 14 processes, and these processes are focused on I tease ability to contribute in achieving business objectives.
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We went over a P 0. 13, which is a process focused on managing security.
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B A. I has 11 processes which are focused on identifying, acquiring, developing, implementing and integrating solutions within the I T infrastructure and organization as a whole,
01:18
DSS has six processes which are focused on the delivery and support of required services that fulfill the businesses, goals and objectives set by the governing body.
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Finally, we have M e A. And that has four process is focused on the performance, compliance and control of I t. Resource is and how they relate to the overall goal and strategy that was set by the governing body.
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So quick Pop quiz.
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Which domain does the managing security objective fit into?
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If you guessed a p o, you are correct.
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So in this video we talked about the five domains of the co bit framework.
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