- Course info
This intermediate ISACA CISA training prepares learners to take the CISA exam, which is the one required exam to earn the Certified Information Systems Auditor certification.
In a solid network, you'll find cybersecurity personnel, network and systems administrators, and engineers. Working in concert, these professionals work to lock down an organization's IT and business systems. But when an organization wants to make sure that their network is as secure as it can be, that there aren't any policies being overlooked or best practices being ignored, an auditor is needed.
The career of appraising an IT network's vulnerabilities and instituting IT controls at the enterprise level is complex and challenging. But the Information Systems Audit and Control Association has a certification that verifies an auditor's proficiency at seeking out and identifying network and system risks and observing a network's health.
For anyone with security analysts on their team, this Cisco training can be used for CISA exam prep, onboarding new security analysts, individual or team training plans, or as a Cisco reference resource.
CISA: What You Need to Know
This Certified Information Systems Auditor training maps to the CISA security auditing exam objectives, and covers topics such as:
- Writing business continuity plans and recovering after disasters
- Performing audits of IT and business services for an enterprise
- Managing systems and infrastructure lifecycles
- Protecting information assets through physical and digital security management
Who Should Take CISA Training?
This CISA training is considered professional-level Cisco training, which means it was designed for security analysts. This security auditing skills course is designed for security analysts with three to five years of experience with security auditing best practices.
New or aspiring security analysts. If you're brand new to the information systems auditing career field, the CISA certification is an industry standard that can set you up for a long, rewarding career. The CISA is simply the best possible way to demonstrate and prove knowledge and familiarity with every technical aspect of auditing an enterprise network for security concerns.
Experienced security analysts. If you've been working as an auditor of IT systems for several years, this Certified Information Systems Auditor training will make sure there's nothing about the CISA exam you're unprepared for. If you've been doing the job for a while, you're almost certainly proficient at auditing an enterprise network's security posture. But with this training, you'll know all the best practices -- even those small things that just don't apply to your network and you maybe never bothered to learn.