Certified Information System Auditor (CISA)

CISA training

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  • 6 weeks
  • Course Fee: $2350.00

Course Info

At Vizpine’s Great Falls, VA campus, we are offering this course to individuals who are looking to train for Certified Information System Auditor (CISA)

The Certified Information System Auditor (CISA) exam preparation course provides a focused, accelerated, and comprehensive review of the CISA job domains.  Our knowledgeable and industry-expert facilitators will engage attendees with case studies, scenarios and sample exam questions specific to each domain.  

Course Outline

The Process of Auditing Information Systems

Auditing information systems requires professionals to understand, and plan an effective auditing process. In addition, auditing information systems requires more than a good plan; it requires effectively executing the audit plan, skill in assessing and reporting results, and anticipating necessary changes as the process evolves.

IT Governance and Management of IT

Performing successful information system audits includes the ability to determine if the organization has an effective governance framework in place, including accountability and monitoring practices that are adhered to. Additionally, IS auditors require the skills and ability to assess an organization’s overall structure and division of responsibilities.

Information Systems Acquisition, Development, and Implementation

A key responsibility of IS auditing professionals is understanding and ensuring that the method in which organizations conduct IS acquisition, development, testing, and implementation activities support and fulfill organizational objectives and strategic goals.

Information Systems Operations, Maintenance, and Service Management

An effective IS audit includes ensuring that an organization’s processes for IS operations, maintenance, and service management supports and achieves the organizational strategic goals and objectives.

Protection of Information Assets

Two key components IS auditing professionals evaluate are an organization’s IS management activities and logical access practices. Additionally, IS audit professionals should understand and ensure that an organization’s security policies, standards, procedures and controls are aligned and effectively protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the organization’s information assets.