• Certified Information Systems Auditor - CISA training

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    With the CISA certification you distinguish yourself in the field of audit, control and security. You will learn, among other, an audit compliant to auditing standards, guidelines and best practices.

    Training code
    TSTCISA-CE
    Spoken Language
    English
    Language Materials
    English
    Dayparts
    8
    Price
    €3.500,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

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    This training is delivered in cooperation with and at the location of our partner TSTC.

    • 15-3-2021
      Veenendaal
      €3.500,00
      €3.500,00
    • 31-5-2021
      Veenendaal
      €3.500,00
      €3.500,00
     

    What is CISA - Certified Information Systems Auditor

    The complexity of the current technological and business environment presents a major challenge for organizations that want to protect and control the integrity and security of their IT and business systems. Also, the regulation and supervision by the Government keeps growing, making stronger internal monitoring and transparency required.
    The skills, knowledge and practice that the renowned CISA program recommends and evaluates, are the building blocks to meet this challenge. With the achievement of the CISA certification you can distinguish yourself as a specialist in the field of audit, control and security. You will learn, among other things, an audit strategy for information systems development and implementation based on risk analysis, which is compliant to auditing standards, guidelines and best practices.

     

    Who should attend the CISA - Certified Information Systems Auditor

    The CISA training is interesting for students with diverse backgrounds and personal goals:

    • the information security officer and/or CISSP certified student who wants to learn more about the IT Audit process
    • the (Non-) IT Auditor benefits from the training by learning more about technical controls.

    Prerequisites

    To receive the CISA certification, a minimum of five years of professional work experience in the field of information systems auditing, controls or security (as described in the CISA job practice areas) is required.

    Objectives

    The CISA training and the exam consist of the five "job practice areas" below. ISACA continuously tests its interpretation against current events so that the training continues to fit in with the current profile of the Information Systems Audit Professional:
    1. The audit process for information systems (14%)
    Provide audit services in accordance with IT audit standards to help the organization with the protection and management of information systems.
    2. IT governance and management (14%)
    Ensure that the necessary leadership and organizational structures and processes are present to achieve objectives and to support the strategy of the organization.
    3. Acquisition, development and implementation of information systems (19%)
    Ensure that the policy for acquisition, development, testing and implementation of information systems meets the strategies and objectives of the organization.
    4. Operations, maintenance and support of information systems (23%)
    Ensure that the processes for operations, maintenance and support of information systems meet the strategies and objectives of the organization.
    5. Protection of information resources (30%)
    Ensure that the organization uses policies, standards, procedures and management in the area of ??security that guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information resources.

     
    Incompany

    With the CISA certification you distinguish yourself in the field of audit, control and security. You will learn, among other, an audit compliant to auditing standards, guidelines and best practices.

    Training code
    TSTCISA-CE
    Spoken Language
    English
    Language Materials
    English
    Dayparts
    8
    Price
    €3.500,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    This training is delivered in cooperation with and at the location of our partner TSTC.

     

    What is CISA - Certified Information Systems Auditor

    The complexity of the current technological and business environment presents a major challenge for organizations that want to protect and control the integrity and security of their IT and business systems. Also, the regulation and supervision by the Government keeps growing, making stronger internal monitoring and transparency required.
    The skills, knowledge and practice that the renowned CISA program recommends and evaluates, are the building blocks to meet this challenge. With the achievement of the CISA certification you can distinguish yourself as a specialist in the field of audit, control and security. You will learn, among other things, an audit strategy for information systems development and implementation based on risk analysis, which is compliant to auditing standards, guidelines and best practices.

     

    Who should attend the CISA - Certified Information Systems Auditor

    The CISA training is interesting for students with diverse backgrounds and personal goals:

    • the information security officer and/or CISSP certified student who wants to learn more about the IT Audit process
    • the (Non-) IT Auditor benefits from the training by learning more about technical controls.

    Prerequisites

    To receive the CISA certification, a minimum of five years of professional work experience in the field of information systems auditing, controls or security (as described in the CISA job practice areas) is required.

    Objectives

    The CISA training and the exam consist of the five "job practice areas" below. ISACA continuously tests its interpretation against current events so that the training continues to fit in with the current profile of the Information Systems Audit Professional:
    1. The audit process for information systems (14%)
    Provide audit services in accordance with IT audit standards to help the organization with the protection and management of information systems.
    2. IT governance and management (14%)
    Ensure that the necessary leadership and organizational structures and processes are present to achieve objectives and to support the strategy of the organization.
    3. Acquisition, development and implementation of information systems (19%)
    Ensure that the policy for acquisition, development, testing and implementation of information systems meets the strategies and objectives of the organization.
    4. Operations, maintenance and support of information systems (23%)
    Ensure that the processes for operations, maintenance and support of information systems meet the strategies and objectives of the organization.
    5. Protection of information resources (30%)
    Ensure that the organization uses policies, standards, procedures and management in the area of ??security that guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information resources.

     
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    Fields of Expertise
    Cyber Security
     
  • e-CF competences with this course

     

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    E.3.Risk Management     
    E.8.Information Security Management