This ISACA guide enables the reader to implement ISACA methods as an effective way to use the Cybersecurity Framework, i.e. shows how organizations can implement the CSF guidance using ISACA processes.
A equipa dos Serviços de Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação (sTIC) da Universidade de Aveiro (UA) alcançou o primeiro lugar nos The Security Games, um concurso organizado pelas Jornadas de 2014 da Fundação para a Computação Científica Nacional (FCCN) que decorreram na Universidade de Évora a 5, 6 e 7 de fevereiro e onde a academia de Aveiro apresentou cinco comunicações. O encontro, que no ano passado se realizou na UA, reuniu os representantes dos serviços e centros de informática de todas as instituições de ensino superior que têm um papel ativo da FCCN.
Considering Principle 1 from COBIT 5, Meeting Stakeholder Needs— "Enterprises exist to create value for their stakeholders by maintaining a balance between the realisation of benefits and the optimisation of risk and use of resources".
Optimize Risk, is about, identify and prioritize technology risks in order to determine which risks to accept and which risks to mitigate, in order to create value to the stakeholders.
Seven TIPS for COBIT 5 Implementation Over the past decade, the term “governance” has moved to the forefront of business thinking. The pressing need to deliver more value from IT, and a growing number of risk and compliance challenges, are the primary factors for this evolution. COBIT 5 is a business-driven framework, which guides good IT-related practices for all stakeholders …
Vendor management is not negotiating the lowest price possible. Is more about strategy.
Vendor Management Using COBIT 5 define Vendor management as a process dedicated to the sourcing and management of vendor relationships so that value creation is maximized and risk to the enterprise is minimized.
Organizations should not be considered as being only IT vendor management as responsibility of IT, but rather as a process that involves various roles and functions of the company.
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