What is COBIT?
COBIT is an IT management framework developed by the ISACA to help businesses develop, organize and implement strategies around information management and governance.
First released in 1996, COBIT (Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies) was initially designed as a set of IT control objectives to help the financial audit community better navigate the growth of IT environments. In 1998, the ISACA released version 2, which expanded the framework to apply outside the auditing community. Later, in the 2000s, the ISACA developed version 3, which brought in the IT management and information governance techniques found in the framework today.
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Source: IT Strategy