COBIT 2019 Design & Implementation ⊛ Certification

COBIT 2019 DesignThe COBIT 2019 Design and Implementation course is intended for more experienced users of the COBIT framework who are interested in more advanced use of the framework, i.e. designing governance systems and running governance improvement programs.

The just-released COBIT 2019 is the best COBIT yet, featuring many positive changes including modified principles, new design factors, updated goals cascade, modified processes, updated performance management, new detailed governance and management objectives..

Content

Design & Implementation introduction

  • Course Introduction
  • Exam Introduction

Module 2 - COBIT 2019 basic concepts

  • COBIT 2019 Architecture
  • COBIT 2019 Architecture and Products
  • Governance & Management Objectives
  • Components of the Governance System
  • Design Factors
  • Focus Areas
  • Performance Management
  • Designing and Implementing a Tailored Governance System
  • Conclusion and Module Summary

Module 3 - Design Factors for a Governance System

  • Definition and Overview
  • Design Factor ‘Enterprise Strategy’
  • Design Factor ‘Enterprise Goals’
  • Design Factor ‘Risk Profile’
  • Design Factor ‘I&T Related Issues
  • Design Factor ‘Threat Landscape’
  • Design Factor ‘Compliance Requirements’
  • Design Factor ‘Role of IT’
  • Design factor ‘Sourcing model for IT’
  • Design Factor ‘IT Implementation Methods’
  • Design Factor ‘Technology Adoption’
  • Design factor ‘Enterprise Size’
  • Industry dimension
  • Case Study and Exercises
  • Module sample questions

Module 4 - Impact of Design Factors

  • Introduction
  • Management Objective Selection
  • Component Variations
  • Specific Focus Areas
  • Module Summary
  • Module sample questions

Module 5 - The Governance System Design Workflow

  • Introduction
  • Step 1: Understand enterprise context and strategy
  • Step 2: Determine initial scope of the governance system
  • Exercises
  • Step 3: Refine the scope of the governance system
  • Step 4 – Resolve conflicts and conclude governance system design
  • Exercise
  • Module Summary
  • Module sample questions

Module 6 - The Governance Design Toolkit

  • Introduction
  • Walkthrough
  • Example
  • Exercise
  • Module Summary
  • Module sample questions

Module 7 - Implementing and Optimizing I & T Governance Overview

  • COBIT 2019 Implementation Guide
  • Positioning I&T governance
  • Creating Appropriate Environment
  • Governance Implementation Roadmap
  • Trigger events for governance improvement
  • Stakeholder stakes and roles
  • Module Summary
  • Module sample questions

Module 8 - Governance Implementation Lifecycle

  • Phase 1 – What are the drivers?
  • Phase 2 – Where are we now?
  • Phase 3 – Where do we want to be?
  • Exercise
  • Phase 4 – What needs to be done?
  • Phase 5 – How do we get there?
  • Phase 6 – Did we get there?
  • Phase 7 – How do we keep the momentum going?
  • Exercise
  • Module Summary
  • Module sample questions

Module 9 - Key Topics Decision Matrix

  • Decision Matrix
  • Group Discussion
  • Module sample questions

Closing and questions

Target audience

The session COBIT® 2019 Design & Implementation (ISACA®) is aimed to any stakeholder with responsibilities for designing enterprise governance systems and implementing governance systems within their organization.

  • Business management
  • IT auditors and management,
  • Digital auditors,
  • Information security and IT experts,
  • Consultants,
  • Anyone interested in the COBIT framework.

Prerequisites

COBIT 2019 Foundation successfully passed..

Trainer

Patrick Soenen, professional in risk management, audit and IT.

Training duration

The training lasts 2 days (without certification exam).

Price

The price for the public training amounts to 1.300€ (without VAT), exam voucher included.

Registration

Click here to register for the training in Brussels (20/21 April 2020). The training and the exam is currently only available in English.

General information

 

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