COBIT 5 Online is a multi-phase initiative by ISACA to address a wide variety of member needs for accessing, understanding and applying the COBIT 5 framework. The primary objective of this inaugural version is to provide easy access to online versions of COBIT 5 publications.

While retaining all of the stylistic conventions of print editions, the online editions greatly simplify the process of navigating, searching and exporting the principles, practices, analytical tools and models that make COBIT 5 an essential resource for the governance and management of enterprise IT.

New to COBIT?

Recommended entry points for those unfamiliar with COBIT:

  • Executive Summary: Learn about the business challenges that COBIT 5 addresses and about COBIT 5 principles for the governance and management of enterprise IT.
  • COBIT 5 Goals Cascade: This section of COBIT 5: A Business Framework for the Governance and Management of Enterprise IT provides a concise overview on how COBIT 5 helps you translate stakeholder needs into specific, actionable and customized enterprise goals, IT-related goals and enabler goals.
  • Content Locator: Using this tool, you can choose a role and pick from various business challenges to find relevant content in COBIT publications.

Already Using COBIT?

Recommended entry points for COBIT practitioners:

  • Publications: Access online versions of all COBIT 5 publications from this launch page.
  • Process Navigator: This tool provides links to links to detailed guidance and process descriptions for each of the 37 governance and management processes within COBIT 5.
  • Export Components: This tool enables you to export the Enabling Processes tables from COBIT 5 as PDF or CSV files, without accompanying text and other publication content.
  • Goals & RACI Planner: This interactive and customizable tool allows a user to translate stakeholder needs into actionable goals specifically tailored to an organization’s needs.
  • Self-Assessment Tool: This tool enables a user to customize the selection of processes to be assessed and provides the option to set goals or expected capability levels.