There are three widely recognised, vendor-neutral, third party frameworks that are often described as ‘IT governance frameworks’, each of which has significant IT governance strengths.
ITIL (The Information Technology Infrastructure Library) is a methodology for managing IT as a service and aims to provide IT services that better align with business needs. Widely adopted in the GCC countries, ITIL is supported by the international standard for service management, ISO/IEC 20000:2011.
COBIT (Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology) is an internationally recognised IT governance framework that helps GCC organisations meet today’s business challenges in the areas of regulatory compliance, risk management and aligning IT strategy with organisational goals. Developed by ISACA®, COBIT is based on five key principles that are essential for the effective management and governance of enterprise IT.
ISO 27002 is the global best-practice standard for information security management in organisations and is supported by ISO 27001.
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