Aligning CobiT® 4.1,
ITIL® V3 and
for Business Benefit
A Management Briefing From ITGI and OGC
Aligning CobiT® 4.1, ITIL® V3 and ISO/IEC 27002 for Business Benefit
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IT Governance Institute®
The IT Governance Institute (ITGITM) (www.itgi.org) is a non-profit, independent research entity that provides guidance for the global
business community on issues related to the governance of IT assets. ITGI was established by the non-profit membership association
ISACA® in 1998 to help ensure that IT delivers value and its risks are mitigated through alignment with enterprise objectives, IT resources
are properly managed, and IT performance is measured. ITGI developed Control Objectives for Information and related Technology (CobiT®)
and Val ITTM, and offers original research and case studies to help enterprise leaders and boards of directors fulfil their IT governance
responsibilities and help IT professionals deliver value-adding services.
The Office of Government Commerce
The mission of the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) (www.ogc.gov.uk) is to work with public sector organisations to help them
achieve efficiency, value for money in commercial activities and improved success from programmes and projects. OGC supports the
achievement of its targets through concentrating its efforts in a wide-ranging programme supporting improvement through three significant
activities in public sector organisations: efficiency, programme and project management, and procurement. The Stationery Office (TSO)
commissioned support for this work of behalf of OGC.
ITGI and OGC have designed and created Aligning CobiT® 4.1, ITIL® V3 and ISO/IEC 27002 for Business Benefit (the ‘Work’), primarily
as an educational resource for chief information officers, senior management and IT management. ITGI and OGC make no claim that use
of any of the Work will assure a successful outcome. The Work should not be conside