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Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)

Course Description

12.48 Hours

74 Videos

CISA is to Audit what CPA and CA are to Accounting. CISAs are recognized internationally as professionals with the knowledge, skills, experience and credibility to leverage standards, manage vulnerabilities, ensure compliance, offer solutions, institute controls and deliver value to the enterprise. CISA job practice analysis has been completed by ISACA. This analysis resulted in a new CISA job practice which reflects the vital and evolving responsibilities of IT auditors. The new CISA job practice was effective beginning with the CISA exam administration in June 2011. For purposes of these statements, the terms “enterprise” and “organization” or “organizational” are considered synonymous.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 1

  1. Introduction
  2. Audit Process
  3. Auditing Standards
  4. Auditing Guidelines
  5. Cobit Model
  6. Audit Management
  7. Internal Control Classifications
  8. Planning
  9. Program
  10. Evidence
  11. Audit Control Evaluation
  12. CSA Control Self-Assessment

Lesson 2

  1. IT Governance
  2. Governance & Security Policies
  3. Outsourcing & Governance
  4. Outsourcing & Globalization
  5. Organizational Compliance
  6. IT Strategy
  7. IT Performance

Lesson 3

  1. System & Infrastructure
  2. Requirements
  3. Project Management Tools – Part 1
  4. Project Management Tools – Part 2
  5. Applications
  6. Agile Development
  7. Monitoring & Controlling
  8. Acquisition Process
  9. Testing Process
  10. Information Systems Maintenance Practices
  11. Data Conversion Tools

Lesson 4

  1. Media Disposal Process
  2. Post Implementation Review
  3. Periodic Review
  4. System Maintenance

Lesson 5

  1. IT Service Delivery and Support
  2. How to Evalutate Service Level Management Practices
  3. Operations Management
  4. Databases
  5. Structured Query Language (SQL)
  6. Monitoring Performance
  7. Source Code and Perfomance Monitoring
  8. Patch Management
  9. Incident Management
  10. Hardware Component Types
  11. Network Component Types

Lesson 6

  1. IS Auditor Technical Overview
  2. Security Design
  3. Monitoring Systems
  4. Types of Attacks
  5. Cryptography
  6. Encryption
  7. Asymmetric Encryption
  8. Digital Certificate
  9. Different Kinds of Attacks
  10. Access Controls
  11. Identification and Authenication
  12. Physical Access Exposure
  13. Environmental Security
  14. Network Security Devices and Network Components
  15. Network Address Translation
  16. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
  17. Voice System Risks
  18. Intrusion Detection
  19. Firewalls
  20. Firewall Implementation
  21. Network Access Protection
  22. HoneyPot
  23. Risks to Portable and Wireless Devices
  24. Bluetooth
  25. OSI Networking
  26. Managing Data

Lesson 7

  1. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
  2. Fault Tolerance
  3. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Regulations

CISA is a globally recognized certification meticulously designed for the professionals responsible for monitoring, managing, and protecting an organization’s IT and business environment. The CISA certification training course validates the certification holder’s skills and expertise to assess vulnerabilities, report compliance issues, and successfully implement IT security controls for an organization.CISA is a globally recognized certification meticulously designed for the professionals responsible for monitoring, managing, and protecting an organization’s IT and business environment. The CISA certification training course validates the certification holder’s skills and expertise to assess vulnerabilities, report compliance issues, and successfully implement IT security controls for an organization.

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