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Course: CISA-CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITOR

Duration: 60 Hours, including exams questions

Delivery: Mainly Classroom by INFOCLUB Ltd, partly online. In collaboration with SECURENET, The IT Security Professionals

Certifications: CISA, from ISACA

Since its inception in 1978, more than 151,000 people have obtained ISACA®’s Certified Information Systems Auditor® (CISA®) certification to validate their expertise in understanding and performing vital roles in audit, security and control.

The CISA job practice consists of domains, subtopics and supporting tasks representing the work performed in information systems audit, assurance and control. 

The CISA exam consists of 150 questions covering 5 job practice domains and tests your understanding of the knowledge and practical abilities an expert professional brings to the real-life job practice as it relates to information systems. 

Domain 1—INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITING PROCESS – (21%)

Providing audit services in accordance with standards to assist organizations in protecting and controlling information systems. Domain 1 affirms your credibility to offer conclusions on the state of an organization’s IS/IT security, risk and control solutions.

Domain 2—Governance and Management of IT – (17%)

Domain 2 confirms to stakeholders your abilities to identify critical issues and recommend enterprise-specific practices to support and safeguard the governance of information and related technologies.

Domain 3—Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation – (12%)

 A. Information Systems Acquisition and Development

      1. Project Governance and Management
      2. Business Case and Feasibility Analysis
      3. System Development Methodologies
      4. Control Identification and Design

  B. Information Systems Implementation

      1. Testing Methodologies
      2. Configuration and Release Management
      3. System Migration, Infrastructure Deployment, and Data Conversion
      4. Post-implementation Review

Domain 4—INFORMATION SYSTEMS OPERATIONS AND BUSINESS RESILIENCE – (23%)

A. Information Systems Operations

      1. Common Technology Components
      2. IT Asset Management
      3. Job Scheduling and Production Process Automation
      4. System Interfaces
      5. End-User Computing
      6. Data Governance
      7. Systems Performance Management
      8. Problem and Incident Management
      9. Change, Configuration, Release, and Patch Management
      10. IT Service Level Management
      11. Database Management

B. Business Resilience

      1. Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
      2. System Resiliency
      3. Data Backup, Storage, and Restoration
      4. Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
      5. Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP)  

Domain 5—Protection of Information Assets – (27%)

 A. Information Asset Security and Control

      1. Information Asset Security Frameworks, Standards, and Guidelines
      2. Privacy Principles
      3. Physical Access and Environmental Controls
      4. Identity and Access Management
      5. Network and End-Point Security
      6. Data Classification
      7. Data Encryption and Encryption-Related Techniques
      8. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
      9. Web-Based Communication Techniques
      10. Virtualized Environments
      11. Mobile, Wireless, and Internet-of-Things (IoT) Device

B. Security Event Management

      1. Security Awareness Training and Programs
      2. Information System Attack Methods and Techniques
      3. Security Testing Tools and Techniques
      4. Security Monitoring Tools and Techniques
      5. Incident Response Management
      6. Evidence Collection and Forensics

A multi-pronged strategy is used to ensure the best preparation for the exams (this course is not just about doing some lectures):

(i) Lectures are conducted for each topic

(ii) Each major topic culminates in a number of case studies for candidates to master the subject

(iii) Where appropriate, candidates perform hands-on practical labs

(iv) Candidates use our state of the art Knowledge Base System(KBS) to access our database of over 5000 questions on CISA exams multiple times until they are familiar with the subject. This is partly done online.

(v) A MOCK exams may be conducted before students take the actual exams

(vi) Course materials and additional reading notes are provided in soft copy

You must contact the centre for a an updated quote for this course. Registration and exams fees are also payable to ISACA.

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