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|ISACA/ITGI Research Publications
- COBIT 5
This newest version provides renewed, authoritative governance and management framework for enterprise information and related technology, building on the previous COBIT framework, linking and reinforcing all other major ISACA frameworks and guidance, such as:
- Board Briefing on IT Governance, 2nd Edition
- Business Model for Information Security™ (BMIS™)
- IT Assurance Framework™ (ITAF™)
- Risk IT Framework
- Taking Governance Forward
- Val IT™ Framework
- COBIT 5 Implementation
Provides a good-practice approach for implementing governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) based on a continual improvement life cycle that should be tailored to suit the enterprise’s specific needs. It covers the following subjects:
- Positioning GEIT within an enterprise
- Taking the first steps towards improving GEIT
- Implementation challenges and success factors
- Enabling GEIT-related organizational and behavioral change
- Implementing continual improvement that includes change enablement and program management
- Using COBIT 5 and its components
- COBIT 5: Enabling Processes
Complements COBIT 5 and contains a detailed reference guide to the processes defined in the COBIT 5 process reference model.
- ITGI Global Survey Results
- ITGI Roundtable Discussions
From time to time, ITGI sits down with industry experts and discusses the current state of IT governance, then shares their thoughts, concerns and suggestions on this increasingly important topic.
- COBIT 4.1
This offers incremental changes to version 4.0, presenting a streamlined, pragmatic and business-focused approach to implementing IT governance enterprisewide.
- IT Control Objectives for Sarbanes-Oxley 2nd Edition
ITGI has released an updated edition of its well-received publication, IT Control Objectives for Sarbanes-Oxley. The first edition, published in 2004, has been downloaded more than 250,000 times. Companies around the world have used it as a tool for evaluating IT controls in support of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Experts from many organizations, including the top 10 accounting and professional firms, provided input and direction for the update. Now available in Japanese and Italian.
- IT Governance Domains Practices and Competencies: IT Alignment - Who Is in Charge?
For any enterprise to achieve long-term sustainable success, it is essential that employees in all elements that comprise the enterprise fully understand corporate objectives and work together in a properly controlled and coordinated way to ensure that those objectives are met. This publication explains why IT alignment is important and discusses various means to achieve alignment, such as the IT strategy committee, IT steering committee and IT investment committee. Concludes with a case study.
- IT Governance Domains Practices and Competencies: Governance of Outsourcing
This volume focuses on outsourcing IT activities, which has become common practice around the world as organizations strive for more effective and efficient IT services. The research examines:
- The primary reasons for outsourcing
- The level of satisfaction
- What works, and what does not work
- The customer’s responsibilities - Is the customer in
- Who should be responsible for what
- How to monitor the provider’s capability
- IT Governance Domains Practices and Competencies: Information Risks—Whose Business Are They?
This volume, part of IT Governance Domains Practices and Competencies series, focuses on information risk management, which is a key IT
governance area and a top management concern. It examines why information risk management is important, the risks themselves, information risk management best practices, responsibility for the management of IT risks and a suggested action plan.
- IT Governance Domains Practices and Competencies: Optimising Value Creation from IT Investments
This volume, one of the five-part IT Governance Domains Practices and Competencies series, focuses on a frequently raised issue in most
organizations, the challenge of achieving adequate returns on IT investment. It examines the relevance of value to IT governance, categories of IT investment, value return targets, the hurdle rate concept, defining and quantifying expected
benefits, realizing the benefits and managing the IT investment portfolio.
- COBIT Quickstart
This is an abbreviated version of COBIT designed for small to medium enterprises, or those organizations in which IT is not strategically critical to enterprise success. Available from the ISACA Bookstore.