CISA [ Certified Information Systems Auditor ]
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Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Course Review. Prepare for the June and December 2015 exam
Without a doubt, the gold standard credential for professional I.S. auditors is the CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor). Because the CISA is one of the most difficult certifications to achieve, the CISA certification body, ISACA, recommends that persons sitting for the CISA exam attend a training session. If you cannot get away to attend our Instructor-Led CISA Boot Camp due to work duties, budget or time constraints, the CISA Boot Camp Online is a good option to meet your certification goals.
Some of the benefits of CISA Course Review are:
Interact with over 18 hours of lectures, taught by an expert instructor in Interesting and Easy to understand way.
Over 160 Sample Questions and answers with explanations.
Thoroughly prepare yourself for the CISA certification from home.
We help you achieve the prestigious CISA certification via our highly popular CISA Course Review Online. our material is specifically designed to cover all of the material that is on the CISA exams.
Some of the content in our CISA training class includes:
ISACA IS Auditing Standards, Guidelines and Procedures and Code of Professional Ethics
Control objectives and controls related to IS
Procedures used to store, retrieve, transport, and dispose of confidential information assets
Control Self-Assessment (CSA)
IS auditing practices and techniques
IT governance frameworks
Quality management strategies and policies
Risk management methodologies and tools
Use of control frameworks (e.g., CobiT, COSO, ISO 17799)
Practices for monitoring and reporting of IT performance
Benefits management practices
processes for managing emergency changes to the production systems
Use of maturity and process improvement models (e.g., CMM, CobiT)
Contracting strategies, processes and contract management practices
Control objectives and techniques that ensure the completeness, accuracy, validity, and authorization of transactions and data within IT systems applications
Enterprise architecture design related to data, applications, and technology
Acquisition and contract management processes
System development methodologies and tools and an understanding of their strengths and weaknesses
Data conversion tools, techniques, and procedures
Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
CISA question and answer review
Capacity planning and monitoring techniques
Instructor Bio :
Fadi Kendy , CISA
9 years of experience in IT audits for retail, manufacturing, and health care industries.
Proven track record of assessing system/network availability, security, and data integrity to identify, manage, and reduce risks and ensure general compliance.
Extensive background in all stages of audits, including planning; study, evaluation, and testing of controls; reporting; and follow-up.
In-depth knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and business processes.
Acute understanding of networking, hardware, software, and data centers, as well as emerging technologies, such as biometrics and mobile devices.