Become a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification path builds your knowledge of auditing information systems. You'll learn the tools and guidelines involved in the IT auditing process as well as concepts such as business continuity, enterprise IT governance, common security controls and more.
Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Training
This learning path teaches you the skills necessary to be an IT auditor and prepares you to earn ISACA’s most popular certification, the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). You’ll progress through 19 courses tied to the five CISA domains, ranging from understanding the process of auditing information systems to developing and implementing those systems to protecting information assets. Upon completion, you’ll have the knowledge and skills needed to earn your CISA certification and take the next step in your IT auditing career.
Learning path components
CISA Practice Exam
Business Application Development
Common Security Issues and Controls
Network Infrastructure Security
Information Security Management
Disaster Recovery Planning
Auditing Infrastructure and Operations
Application Controls Implementation and Auditing
Infrastructure Development, Acquisition and Management Practices
Business Application Systems
Project Management Concepts
Business Continuity Planning
IT Management Practices
Governance of Enterprise IT
IS Audit Process
ISACA Audit and Assurance Standards and Guidelines
Management of the IS Audit Function
What you’ll learn.
The CISA certification exam covers five primary domains:
- Process of auditing information systems
- Governance and management of IT
- Information systems acquisition, development and implementation
- Information systems operations, maintenance and service management
- Protection of information assets
Who is this for?
To become a CISA, you need to both pass the CISA exam and gain five years of professional IS auditing or control experience in the CISA job practice areas (up to three years of experience can be waived for meeting other requirements).
This certification path is designed for:
- IT consultants
- Information security analysts
- Privacy officers
- Anyone with a desire to get certified in IT auditing!
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