IT Governance In Practice

COBIT: COBIT stands for Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies. Developed by ISACA, it is a widely recognized framework for
governance and management of enterprise IT. It has since expanded to IT governance with gradual revisions of Azure certification.

COSO: Also known as Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO). It is less IT-focused, instead, it concentrates on business aspects of an organization/

ITIL: ITIL stands for Information Technology Infrastructure Library. it focuses on five principles:
service strategy, design, transition (such as change management), operation and continual service improvement.

CMMI: To improve overall performance in an organization,
Capability Maturity Model Integration is created. A performance scale of 1 to 5 is used to measure performance, quality and profitability maturity level plus Azure courses.

FAIR: Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) is a newcomer to IT governance. Whether it gains as much traction as the other frameworks, it remains to be seen. Its focus on cyber security and operational risk to formulate better business decisions may help it to stand out.

Start with COBIT for IT governance

Recognized globally and practiced by prominent organizations, COBIT makes a good introduction to IT governance for corporations.