Overview

In order to face the dynamic requirements of meeting enterprise vulnerability management challenges, CISA course covers the auditing process to ensure that you have the ability to analyze the state of your organization and make changes where needed.

Course Content

Module 1 - The Process of Auditing Information Systems

06:26
Task Statements
08:24
Knowledge Statements
10:26
Executive Misconduct and Relevant Regulations
07:15
Regulatory Objectives and Assessing Threats and Vulnerabilities
03:51
Leadership through Governance
14:24
Undertanding Policies, Standards, Guidelines and Procedures
10:16
Understanding Professional Ethics
15:49
Understanding the Purpose of an Audit
15:39
Implementing Audit Standards
25:07
The Executive Position of Auditor
09:54
Understanding the Corporate Organizational Structure
06:47
Exam Essentials

Module 2 - Goverance and Management of IT

13:43
Task Statements and Knowledge Statements
20:05
Managing IT Governance (part 1)
22:06
Managing IT Governance (part 2)
11:47
Tactical Management (part 1)
15:35
Tactical Management (part 2)
16:24
Business Process Re-engineering (part 1)
16:44
Business Process Re-engineering (part 2)
04:17
Operations Management
02:23
Exam Essentials

Module 3 - Information Systems Acquisition, Development, and Implementation

06:35
Task Statements and Knowledge Statements
21:45
Audit Process (part 1)
21:50
Audit Process (part 2)
19:48
Performing the Audit
19:23
Gathering Audit Evidence
12:37
Conducting Audit Evidence Testing
05:40
Report Findings and Conduct Follow-Up

Module 4 - Information Systems Operation, Maintenance, and Support

08:39
Task Statements and Knowledge Statements
02:20
System Implementation and Operations
02:55
Understanding IT Services
25:03
IT Operations Management
12:46
Administrative Protection
10:17
Problem Management
16:10
Monitoring Controls Status
09:23
Implementing Physical Protection
02:30
Exam Essentials

Module 5 - Protection and Information Assets

14:57
Protection of Information Assets
20:17
Technical Protection part 1
22:48
Technical Protection part 2
02:11
Exam Essentials

Course Description

For Cyber Security professionals who are interested in the field of audit, the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification by ISACA is the leading credential to achieve. In order to face the dynamic requirements of meeting enterprise vulnerability management challenges, this course covers the auditing process, in-depth, to ensure that you have the ability to analyze the state of your organization and make changes where needed.

Our online CISA class covers:

  • Auditing Information Systems Process
  • Protection of Information Assets
  • Governance and Management of IT
  • Acquisition, Development and Implementation
  • Operations, Maintenance and Support

Prior to taking this online CISA class, it is recommended that candidates have a minimum of five years of experience in IS audit, control, assurance or security.

What is CISA?

CISA stands for Certified Information Systems Auditor and is a certification that is granted by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). It is the most recognized credential for IS audit control, assurance, and security professionals. It is designed for audit managers, IT auditors, security professionals, and consultants.

What is Involved in the CISA Certification Training?

The CISA online training class provides you with all the knowledge you need to become an information systems auditor and to pass the CISA exam for certification. The course is a comprehensive study of the auditing process including:

  • Auditing Information Systems Process
  • Protection of Information Assets
  • Governance and Management of IT
  • Acquisition, Development and Implementation
  • Operations, Maintenance and Support

While there are no prerequisites for the CISA certification training, it is suggested that you have previous experience in IS audit, control, assurance, or security, as previous professional experience is required to become certified.

The course has a total of 8.5 clock hours and you will receive a certificate of completion when you finish the course.

Why Get CISA Certification?

Employees who are CISA certified are seen as knowledgeable, with skills including ensuring compliance, managing vulnerabilities, and instituting control. Additionally, benefits of achieving CISA certification include:

  • Automatic marketing of your expertise
  • Globally recognized as an IS audit professional
  • Increases value to the organization
  • Provides a competitive advantage over peers in the industry
  • Shows that candidates possess a high professional standard through ISACA's requirements for continuing education
  • Demonstrates the tactical skill required to successfully complete the exam
  • Credibility in the industry
  • Well-above average salary

What Jobs Are CISA Certified Professionals Qualified to Do?

The primary role of the information technology auditor is to ensure that there are no situations of unnecessary spending, fraud, or noncompliance with federal regulations and governmental laws for the organization they work for. Those employees in the CISA role are typically required to report to management and may or may not have subordinate employees as well.

While it is not an exhaustive list, CISA certification holders may be hired for the positions listed below:

  • IT Audit Manager
  • Internal Auditor
  • Cybersecurity professional
  • IT Consulting
  • Privacy Officer
  • IT Risk and Assurance Manager
  • PCI Security Specialist

What Are the Requirements for CISA Certification?

To earn a CISA certification, candidates must pass the CISA test with a score of at least 450 (out of a possible 800) and have at least five years of professional experience in information systems auditing, assurance, control, or security. It's required that the previous experience must have been within the last ten years or within five years of passing the CISA exam.

The CISA exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions, for which you have four hours to complete. The questions fall into to five job practice categories:

  • The auditing process.
  • Management and governance of IT.
  • Information systems acquisition, development, and implementation.
  • Protection of information assets.
  • Information systems operations, maintenance, and service management.

The CISA exam is offered three times a year – June, September, and December - so it's important to schedule your test ahead of time. Once successfully passed, your certification will be valid for five years, and then must be reestablished by meeting certain requirements.

Cybrary offers a CISA study guide to aid in your review for the exam. You can find more information about the exam, scheduling the exam, and maintaining certification on the ISACA website.

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About the CISA Certification Exam

In order to earn the official certification for CISA, you must take one required exam. Test-takers must score a minimum of 450/800 on the 200-question, multiple-choice exam. Make sure that you take advantage of our free CISA exam study guide before exam day! The exam is only available at certain times during the year, so you must schedule it in advance. The certification is valid for five years. Reestablishing your certification status requires certain guidelines be met. For more information on scheduling the CISA exam and on maintaining the certification, visit ISACA's website.

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