Wednesday, July 25, 2007

COBIT 4.1 is Available! for free download

COBIT's success as an increasingly internationally accepted set of guidance materials for IT governance has resulted in the creation of a growing family of publications and products designed to assist in the implementation of effective IT governance throughout an enterprise.
A complimentary PDF download of COBIT 4.1 is available from the following hotlink. Use your existing ISACA login or register for free to download the PDF when prompted to do so.
COBIT 4.1 Executive Summary
Download COBIT 4.1
Purchase COBIT 4.1 in print
Access COBIT translations
The following links provide additional information:
COBIT 4.1 Brochure (PDF,221K)
COBIT 4.1 Products Brochure (PDF, 436K)
How COBIT 4.1 changed from 4.0
Webcast - Changes from Third Edition
Grow Your Knowledge With COBIT
Online COBIT Foundation Course and Exam now available. More Information.
COBIT Case Studies
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COBIT Overview
Successful organizations understand the benefits of information technology (IT) and use this knowledge to drive their shareholders’ value. They recognize the critical dependence of many business processes on IT, the need to comply with increasing regulatory compliance demands and the benefits of managing risk effectively. To aid organizations in successfully meeting today’s business challenges, the IT Governance Institute® (ITGI) has published version COBIT® 4.1.
COBIT is an IT governance framework and supporting toolset that allows managers to bridge the gap between control requirements, technical issues and business risks. COBIT enables clear policy development and good practice for IT control throughout organizations. COBIT emphasizes regulatory compliance, helps organizations to increase the value attained from IT, enables alignment and simplifies implementation of the COBIT framework.
COBIT 4.1 can be used to enhance work already done based upon earlier versions; it does not invalidate that previous work. When major activities are planned for IT governance initiatives, or when an overhaul of the enterprise control framework is anticipated, it is recommended to start fresh with the most recent version of COBIT.

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