COBIT and Its Utilization: A Framework from the Literature

Abstract

The Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT) is a “trusted” open standard [15: p.33] that is being used increasingly by a diverse range of organizations throughout the world. COBIT is arguably the most appropriate control framework to help an organization ensure alignment between use of Information Technology (IT) and its business goals, as it places emphasis on the business need that is satisfied by each control objective [3]. This paper reports on the use of a simple classification of the published literature on COBIT, to highlight some of the features of that literature.

DOI: 10.1109/HICSS.2004.1265566

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@inproceedings{Ridley2004COBITAI, title={COBIT and Its Utilization: A Framework from the Literature}, author={Gail Ridley and Judy Young and Peter Carroll}, booktitle={HICSS}, year={2004} }