...the CISA is one of the most difficult certifications to achieve, the CISA certification body, ISACA, recommends that persons sitting for the CISA exam attend a training session
Without a doubt, the gold standard credential for professional I.S. auditors is the CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor). Because the CISA is one of the most difficult certifications to achieve, the CISA certification body, ISACA, recommends that persons sitting for the CISA exam attend a training session.
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We have compiled a nice collection of CISA information at InfoSec Resources. Some of the articles and features that may be of interest include:
Incident management (IM) is a necessary part of a security program. When effective, it mitigates business impact, identifies weaknesses in controls, and helps fine-tune response processes. Traditional IM approaches, however, are not always effective in a partially or completely virtualized data center. Consequently, some aspects of incident management and response [...]
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PORTIONS OF THIS ARTICLE INCLUDING MANY OF THE DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY HAVE BEEN SOURCED AND SUMMARIZED FROM ISACA.ORG and COURSE MANUALS PUBLISHED BY ISACA. Shared General Controls Later on in this article, we’ll talk about Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and its place within the organization. At this point, when we [...]
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Introduction to IT Audit Auditing is an evaluation of a person, organization, system, process, enterprise, project or product, performed to ascertain the validity and reliability of information; and also to provide an assessment of a system’s internal controls. The goal of an audit is to express an opinion based on [...]
Domain 5, Protection of Information Assets is the last domain in the CISA certification area and the most important. ISACA has stated that this domain represents 30 percent of the CISA examination which is approximately 60 questions. This is a make or break domain for you. This section has eight [...]
For 2011, ISACA has updated the domains reducing them from 6 to 5. Domain 4 now includes Disaster Recovery from the old Domain 6. This section has six areas that you need to understand for the CISA exam. 1) Information Systems Operations One of the management control functions is to [...]
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