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The point is made that an outcome measure is also a performance driver for a higher-level goal. It also includes improved control quicksttart resulting from updated control practices and Val IT development activity. At the level of the control objectives, the definition of a control objective has changed, shifting more toward management practices statements.
In this context, AI5. Changes were also made to ME3 to include compliance with internal policies and contractual requirements, in addition to legal and regulatory requirements. These changes resulted in the renumbering of the remaining control objectives.
Some other control objectives were reworded to make them more action-oriented and consistent. The section on application controls has been expanded, with fewer but enhanced application controls, without loss of any of the generally applicable editioj requirements.
The new material in this publication consists of control practice statements that have been derived from the first edition, released inbut improved and aligned with COBIT 4. The control practices are expressed as action-oriented implementation practices with value and risk statements that provide “why do it?
The newly updated publication will replace the current volume. The COBIT IT processes, business requirements and control objectives define what needs to be done to implement an effective control structure.
IT Governance Implementation Guide: The guide assists various stakeholders with a detailed road map that can help the enterprise implement its IT governance needs. It provides the identification of COBIT and Val IT components to be leveraged, from initial needs identification, through envisioning and planning stages, all the way to the implementation of a solution.
The new IT Assurance Guide: Using COBIT provides detailed guidance on how COBIT can be used to support a variety of assurance activities, such as planning, scoping and risk assessment, as well as how an assurance review can be performed for each of the IT processes.
The IT Assurance Guide contains much more detailed testing guidance, now at the IT process and control objective levels and based on control practices, compared to the current audit guidelines, which provide guidance only at the IT process level. The assurance steps test the operational effectiveness of the control design, control existence and process outcome.
Generic assurance steps cover the existence and design effectiveness of the control design proposed, as well as associated responsibilities. Visit our press office.
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