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Explore, Enable, Excel

Institute for Development and Research in


Banking Technology
(Established by Reserve Bank of India)

How to Implement RBI Guidelines for


Information Security using

COBIT - 5

April 27-29, 2015

E are glad to announce a Programmeon How to


Implement RBI Guidelines for Information Security
using COBIT 5, April 27 29, 2015. We give below summary
of the programme. We appreciate your active participation
in making your technologies more sustainable.

Introduction:
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had constituted a working
group for Information Security, Electronic Banking,
Technology Risk Management and Cyber Frauds in April 2010
under the Chairmanship of Executive Director Shri.
Gopalkrishna. The working group recommended many
measures to be taken by banks for ensuring/enhancing
informationsecurity. The report of the Committee was
submitted to the RBI detailing the Guidelines related to
Information Security,Electronic Banking, Technology Risk
Management and Cyber Frauds.
One of the recommendations of the Committee specifically
states 'Components of well-known IT control frameworks
such as COBIT as applicable to each bank's technology
environment may be considered for implementation in a
phasedmanner providing a standardized set of terms and
definitions that are commonly interpreted by all
stakeholders'.
COBIT 5, the latest publication from ISACA provides detail
guidance for governance and management of enterprise IT. It
provides five distinct governance processes and thirty two
management processes. Successful implementation of
COBIT 5 will thus provide the bank a leading edge in
implementation of RBI Guidelines.

Objective

To review Information Technology Governance


(Chapter 1) and Information Security (Chapter 2) of the
RBI Guidelines and identify the objectives to be
achieved.
To explain in detail how COBIT 5 can be used to assist
banks to achieve these objectives and deliver value
through effective governance and management of
enterprise IT.
How the seven COBIT 5 enablers can be used effectively
by the banks? This will be further illustrated by a case
study.
How to measure compliance level of implementation
by setting goals and monitoring them using various
metricssuggested by COBIT 5.
How implementation of multiple guidelines across all
the RBI Guidelines chapters can be achieved by using
the same COBIT 5 enablers and/or processes thus avoid
repetition of efforts.
How COBIT 5 implementation will help define roles and
responsibilities from governance to operational levels?

How banks will benefit by risk optimization and


resource optimization?
How banks can assess their process capabilities using
the process assessment model (PAM) using COBIT 5?
How banks can use COBIT 5 for Assurance for
establishing and sustaining assurance provisioning and
an assurancefunction for banks?

Contents:
Day 1
Module 1: RBI Guidelines Chapter 1 Information
Technology Governance
Module 2: RBI Guidelines Chapter 2 Information
Security
Module 3: RBI Guidelines Chapter 7 Business Continuity
Planning
Chapter 9 Legal Issues
Module 4: Introduction to COBIT 5
Day 2
Module 5: COBIT 5 for Information Security
Module 6: COBIT 5 for Risk
Module 7: Mapping COBIT 5 Processes with RBI Guidelines
EDM03 - Ensure Risk Optimisation
APO12 Manage Risk
Module 8: Mapping COBIT 5 Processes with RBI Guidelines
APO12 Manage Security
BAI09 Manage Assets
Day 3
Module 9: Mapping COBIT 5 Processes with RBI Guidelines
DSS04 Manage Continuity
DSS05 Manage Security Services
Module 10: COBIT 5 for Assurance
Module 11: COBIT 5 Process Assessment Model
Module 12: COBIT 5 Implementation
Participants should download the three ISACA publications
free of charge. These will be referred to during the
programme.
COBIT 5: A business framework for the Governance
and Management of Enterprise IT (from
www.isaca.org/cobit5 )
Securing Sensitive Personal Data or Information
Under India's IT ActUsing COBIT 5
RBI Guidelines Mapping With COBIT 5
Tool kit for RBI Guidelines Mapping with COBIT 5
(excel)
(Publications at serial no. 2, 3 and 4 can be downloaded from
www.isaca.org/topic-india)

Profile of Participants:
This course is recommended for Senior level Officers from
banks and the financial sector, who are responsible for I T

implementation, governance, security audit etc.

Faculty:
Faculty of IDRBT, Guest Speakers from the Industry &
Practitioners.

Fee & Nomination:


The fee for the programme is Rs. 16,500/- + Service Tax
12.36% = Rs. 18,539/- (Rupees Eighteen Thousand Five
Hundred and Thirty Nine only) per participant. The fees can
be remitted through NEFT (detailed furnished here under). It
includes boarding, lodging, training, course material, kit and
other infrastructure overheads. The nominations may be
sent before April 13, 2015 (email: program@idrbt.ac.in; Fax:
040-2329 4123)

nominations from your Bank/Organization.


1) Name of the Official
:
2) Bank
:
3) Designation
:
4) Official Postal Address
:
5) Mobile /Phone No.
:
6) Email address
:
Please depute suitable officials only from your bank /
organization for this programme. Please do send us a brief
CV/Profile of the official/s nominated (not exceeding one
page per person) so that we can fine tune the programme
structure, content and delivery.
Please inform the nominees of the landmark to locate
IDRBT, i.e., Behind NMDC.

The Programme Convener, IDRBT, Castle Hills, Road No. 1


Masab Tank, Hyderabad 500 057 Fax : (040) 2353 5157 /
2353 8080 Email : program@idrbt.ac.in

Programme Coordinator :

Please provide the following information for the

Email

Shri. Avinash Kadam, Adjunct Faculty, IDRBT


: program@idrbt.ac.in

Fee Discounts for Regional Rural Banks & Cooperative Banks


No. of
Participants

Residential
Service Tax
12.36%

Fees

Rs. 12,375/-

Rs. 1,530/-

Non-Residential
Total Fees

Fees

Rs. 13,905/- Rs. 10,125/-

Service Tax
12.36%

Total Fees

Rs. 1,251/-

Rs. 11,376/-

*This is the discounted fees to by paid uniformly for each participant

Fee Discounts for Other Banks


No. of
Participants

Residential
Service Tax
12.36%

Fees

Non-Residential
Total Fees

Fees

Service Tax
12.36%

Total Fees

Rs. 16,500/-

Rs. 2,039/-

Rs. 18,539/- Rs. 13,500/-

Rs. 1,669/-

Rs. 15,169/-

Rs. 33,000/-

Rs. 4,079/-

Rs. 37,079/- Rs. 27,000/-

Rs. 3,337/-

Rs. 30,337/-

Rs. 49,500/-

Rs. 6,118/-

Rs. 55,618/- Rs. 40,500/-

Rs. 5,006/-

Rs. 45,506/-

Rs. 61,050/-

Rs. 7,546/-

Rs. 68,596/- Rs. 49,950/-

Rs. 6,174/-

Rs. 56,124/-

Explore, Enable, Excel

Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology


(Established by Reserve Bank of India)

Behind NMDC, Castle Hills, Road No. 1,


Masab Tank, Hyderabad - 500 057, A.P., India.
EPABX : +91 - 40 - 23294121, Fax : +91 - 40 - 23535157
Web : www.idrbt.ac.in E-mail : program@idrbt.ac.in