The CISA designation is a globally recognized certification for IS audit control, assurance and security professionals. Being CISA-certified showcases your audit experience, skills and knowledge, and demonstrates you are capable to assess vulnerabilities, report on compliance and institute controls within the enterprise.
CISA Certification Requirements
To earn the CISA certification, candidates are required to:
- Pass the CISA examination (offered worldwide every June, December, in 11 languages and at more than 240 locations)
- Submit evidence of a minimum of five years of professional IS auditing, control or security work experience
- Adhere to ISACA’s Code of Professional Ethics
- Adhere to the Information Systems Auditing Standards as adopted by ISACA
- Agree to comply with the CISA Continuing Education Policy
This Course is for You
IS/IT auditors, IS/IT consultants, IS/IT audit managers and security professionals with work experience in information systems auditing, control or security that want to achieve an international renowned certification.
|Chapter 1||The Process of Auditing Information Systems|
|Chapter 2||Governance and Management of IT|
|Chapter 3||Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation|
|Chapter 4||Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Service Management|
|Chapter 5||Protection of Information Assets|
|Note||To earn the CISA certification, candidates are required to submit evidence of a minimum of five (5) or more years of experience in IS audit, control, assurance, or security. Waivers are available for a maximum of three (3) years. The course will be taught by a certified Brazilian instructor (CISA) with official ISACA material in English.
If you become an ISACA member, you can enjoy benefits as member discounts on your exam and study materials.More than 115,000 professionals have earned the CISA certification since it was established in 1978. The number of current CISAs by region is: