Certified Information Systems Auditor Certification

Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is a certification which is issued by the ISACA for the people taking in charge of ensuring that an organization's IT and business systems are monitored, managed and also protected. This certification is a globally recognized standard for appraising an IT auditor's knowledge, expertise, and skill in assessing vulnerabilities and instituting technology controls in an enterprise environment. It is mainly designed for IT auditors, audit managers, consultants and security professionals.

Key features:
  • It consists of 40 hours of self-paced videos
  • And 5 simulation exams for practice
  • With 10 industry-based case studies
  • And also 5 domain-wise test papers to prepare you for CISA certification.
Who should take this course?
  • To get this certificate one must complete an ISACA requires at least 5 years of experience in:

    Professional information systems auditing control or security.

Why CISA?

The main reasons to do CISA certifications are:

  1. Best Qualification in Your Niche
  2. CISA Gets You in the Game
  3. Ride High on IT Auditing
  4. hike in the salary

Course Content

00 - Course Introduction
  • 0.1 Course Introduction
01 - Process of Auditing Information Systems
  • 1.1 Introduction
  • 1.2 Objectives
  • 1.3 Task and Knowledge Statement Introduction
  • 1.4 Knowledge Statement 1.1
  • 1.5 Knowledge Statement 1.2
  • 1.6 Knowledge Statement 1.3
  • 1.7 Knowledge Statement 1.4
  • 1.8 Knowledge Statement 1.5
  • 1.9 Knowledge Statement 1.6
  • 1.10 Knowledge Statement 1.7
  • 1.11 Knowledge Statement 1.8
  • 1.12 Knowledge Statement 1.9
  • 1.13 Knowledge Statement 1.10
  • 1.14 Knowledge Statement 1.11
  • 1.15 Quiz
02 - Governance and Management of IT
  • Knowledge Statement 2.1 - 1
  • Knowledge Statement 2.1 - 2
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  • Knowledge Statement 2.2 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 2.5 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 2.8 - 2
  • Knowledge Statement 2.8 - 3
  • Knowledge Statement 2.9 - 1
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03 - Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation
  • Knowledge Statement 3.4 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 3.9 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 3.12 - 1
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04 - Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Service Management
  • Knowledge Statement 4.1 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 4.6 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 4.6 - 5
  • Knowledge Statement 4.9 - 1
  • Knowledge Statement 4.9 - 2
  • Knowledge Statement 4.12 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 4.16 - 1
05 - Protection of Information Assets
  • Knowledge Statement 5.6 - 1
  • Knowledge Statement 5.6 - 2
  • Knowledge Statement 5.8 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 5.12 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 5.13 - 1
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  • Knowledge Statement 5.21 - 1
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CISA Exemptions and Waivers
  1. With one year of experience you get:
    • 1 year in information system and a year in non is auditing.
    • 2 years as a full-time university instructor in a related field (e.g., computer science, accounting, information systems auditing)
  2. You get education credits.
    • 60 credit hours from the university
    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree from a university that enforces the ISACA-sponsored Model and a master's degree in information security or information technology from an accredited university
Preparation for CISA:
  • First Understand the Core Concepts
  • and Gauge Your Existing Knowledge with Self Analysis
  • Design Your Study Plan and know the exam format
  • Put on the ISACA Hat when Answering Questions
  • Analyze Your Answers and Read All Explanations
  • Do not Blindly Memorize and don’t forget to write the CISA mock exam.

FAQs?

CISA Certification Exam Cost

  • For completing the CISA certification you must pay
2017 CISA Exam Fee Member Non-Member
Early-bird registration $525 $710
Standard registration $575 $760
CISA Exam Syllabus:

The CISA certified exam contains 5 domains.
Domain 1: The process of auditing information systems (21%)
Domain 2: Governance and management of IT (16%)
Domain 3: Information systems acquisition, development, and implementation (18%)
Domain 4: Information systems operations, maintenance and support (20%)
Domain 5: Protection of information assets (25%)

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