For professionals who audit, regulate, monitor, and review an organization's information technology and business systems, the Certified Information Systems Auditor® certification is regarded throughout the world as the gold standard of achievement. CISA is one of the most sought-after and highest-paying IT credentials, according to Foote Partners' most recent quarterly IT Skills and Certifications Pay Index (ITSCPI). For IT workers in mid- to late-career who want to develop in their careers, this certification is a must.
Potential Candidates Should be Competent in the Following Five Domains:
- Information Systems Auditing Process (21%)
- Governance & Management of IT (17%)
- Information Systems Acquisition, Development & Implementation (12%)
- Information Systems Operations & Business Resilience (23%)
- Protection of Information Assets (27%)
- Five (5) or more years of experience in IS/IT audit, control, assurance, or security.
Steps to Achieve Your Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
- Attend Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
- Pass the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) exam.
- Complete the application process and get your experience verified by a supervisor or manager by signing the Experience Verification Form included in the application. For more information visit ISACA.