This course on information systems auditing cuts through the jargon and complicated terminology that the industry is soaked in and clearly explains how to build, implement and monitor privacy solutions for enterprise networks. This course covers the skills and knowledge that an auditor needs to plan, execute and report on enterprise networks and keep them secure.
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1 PRACTICE EXAM
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ISACA CISA – Certified Information Systems Auditor FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
The ISACA CISA certification can be earned by most IT professionals at any point in their career. While most of what you'll learn in this isn't highly technical, it does depend on a comfort with information systems theory and technology. Anyone who'd like to move their career toward IS auditing and management should seriously consider this course.
Yes, this information systems auditing course is designed to help learners prepare for the CISA exam from ISACA. This training covers the information systems auditing process, governing and managing IT operations, acquisition, development and implementation, operations and business resilience, and protecting information assets – the same learning objectives as ISACA's CISA exam.
If this information systems auditing course is your first toe in the systems auditing waters, the CISA from ISACA is a good place to start. However, if you take this course later in your career and already have substantial experience, you might consider the CDPSE—Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer from ISACA.
You should take this course because the CISA from ISACA is a force multiplier for your skills and knowledge. Consider: every single network in the world needs auditing. And increasingly, monitoring, auditing and assessing an organization's IT and business systems are far more in-demand than writing the configs and doing baseline administration. Position yourself with this course.