Certified Information Systems Auditor

Today’s complex business and technology environment continues to challenge enterprises seeking to protect and control IT and business systems. In addition, there is an ever-increasing number of government regulations and oversight that require stronger internal control and disclosures.

  • The technical skills, knowledge and practices that ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA®) program promotes and evaluates are the building blocks to meeting these challenges.

  • The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designation brings global recognition, enhances knowledge and skills, and facilitates career advancement.

Because the CISA program certifies individuals who demonstrate proficiency in today’s most sought-after skills, employers prefer to hire and retain those who achieve and maintain the designation. Whether looking to enhance on-the-job performance or secure a promotion or new position, becoming a CISA sets one apart from other candidates and provides a competitive advantage. Earning the CISA designation distinguishes individuals as qualified IS audit, control, and security professionals. CISAs have the proven ability to perform reviews in accordance with globally accepted standards and guidelines to ensure that an enterprise’s IT and business systems are adequately controlled, monitored, and assessed. The CISA designation ensures employers that their staff have met the current education and experience criteria necessary for successful on-the-job performance.

•  Information Systems Auditing Process

•  Governance and Management of Information Technology

•  Information Systems Acquisition, Development & Implementation

•  Information Systems Operations and Business Resilience

•  Protection of Information Assets


•  Undergraduate degree or

•  Six months of working experience in an IT-related position. (Please ask for a
letter from your employer to show the duration you have worked)


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