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CISA-Certified Information Systems Auditor Training and Certification

CISA-Certified Information Systems Auditor Training and Certification

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ISACA Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification is the premier certification for information system audit control, assurance, and security professionals. This certification demonstrates mastery of IS auditing, verifies ability to manage vulnerabilities, and confirms capability to meet the dynamic challenges of a modern enterprise.

TrainACE's hands-on CISA training course will prepare you for the CIA exam and will ensure you have the practical experience to apply the concepts and skills you learn in the real world.

This certification course, CISA – Certified Information Systems Auditor Training, meets the requirements for DoD Directive 8140 – Cyberspace Workforce Management and will prepare you to become compliant with this DoD Directive.

CISA certification satisfies DOD 8570 IAT Level III

 

 

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    • Greenbelt & Live-Online

      02/28/22 - 03/04/22

       Mon-Fri (8:30am-5pm)

    • Greenbelt & Live-Online

      05/09/22 - 05/13/22

       Mon-Fri (8:30am-5pm)

    • Greenbelt & Live-Online

      08/29/22 - 09/02/22

       Mon-Fri (8:30am-5pm)

    Get your CISA-Certified Information Systems Auditor Training and Certification training in our convenient IT training centers in Maryland or Virginia.

     

    Why Take CISA Training classes in DC?

     

    World-renowned, globally recognized, and highly in-demand, the ISACA CISA certification is the premier certification for information system audit control, assurance, and security professionals. Created by ISACA, this certification demonstrates mastery of IS auditing, verifies ability to manage vulnerabilities, and confirms capability to meet the dynamic challenges of a modern enterprise.

    Attaining a CISA certification is vital in the IS auditing field, as the certification is the basis for measurement in the profession. The examination process requires that applicants possess significant experience in IS auditing, control, security, or assurance to sit for the exam. Broken down into five sections, the CISA exam concentrates on auditing IS, governance and management of IT, IS acquisition, IS support and operations, and protection of information assets. Though challenging, earning the CISA certification gives individuals a competitive advantage in the workforce, granting them the ability to easily propel their career.

    This certification course, CISA – Certified Information Systems Auditor Training, meets the requirements for DoD Directive 8140 – Cyberspace Workforce Management and will prepare you to become compliant with this DoD Directive.

    We offer ISACA CISA classes at our two training locations in the Washington D.C. Metro area: Greenbelt, MD and Ashburn, VA. The CISA certification validates students' audit experience, skills, and knowledge, and demonstrates their capability to assess vulnerabilities, report on compliance and institute controls within the enterprise.

     

    What is the CISA Certification?

    The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification is a credential that is awarded by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) to candidates who successfully pass the certification exam. It’s a credential that is widely recognized by interviewers and hiring managers, making it one that is highly sought after by information security audit control, assurance, and security professionals. The CISA credential was created with audit managers, IT auditors, security professionals, and consultants in mind.

    Is the CISA Certification Worth It?

    The CISA is a valuable certification to attain for various reasons. Candidates with this certification are viewed as knowledgeable, with a skill set that includes the ability to ensure compliance, manage vulnerabilities, and institute controls. That isn’t the only benefit of achieving the CISA certification; others include:

    • • Global recognition
    • • Increased value to organizations
    • • Validation of expertise
    • • Competitive advantage over noncertified peers
    • • Industry-related credibility
    • • Increased earning potential
    • • Increased career opportunities

     

    Candidates who possess the CISA certification are highly valued and sought after all over the world. The certification demonstrates that they have a dedication to their career path and continued learning.

    What Are the Requirements for CISA Certification?

    Earning a CISA certification requires that candidates have all the knowledge and skill needed to successfully pass the certification exam. The CISA exam is made up of 200 questions, for which candidates have four hours to finish. The multiple-choice questions cover the five CISA job practice categories:

    • • The auditing process
    • • Management and governance of IT
    • • Information systems acquisition, development, and implementation
    • • Protection of information assets
    • • Information systems operations, maintenance, and service management

     

    Candidates must achieve a score of at least 450 out of a possible 800. They also must have five years of work experience in the IS auditing, control, assurance, or security fields.

    What Are the Benefits of a CISA Certification in the D.C. Area?

    The Washington, D.C. area, including locales in Maryland and Virginia, has an abundance of open positions for professionals with the CISA certification. In the country’s capital and surrounding areas, organizations like the following are consistently seeking IS professionals:

    • • Lockheed Martin
    • • General Dynamics
    • • Northrop Grumman
    • • Danaher
    • • T. Rowe Price
    • • Capital One Financial
    • • AvalonBay Communities
    • • Marriott International
    • • Hilton Worldwide

     

    Of course, there are also many government jobs available in the D.C. area, and the CISA certification is an approved credential according to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) 8570, which is the Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program. Having a CISA certification will make candidates eligible to apply for Level 3 DoD Information Assurance Technical (IAT) openings.

     

    What you need to know before taking CISA training

     

    ISACA requires that all individuals attempting to earn the certification have at least five years of professional experience in IS audit, control, assurance, or security. Substitutions and waivers of such experience, to a maximum of three years, are available based on an specific set of guidelines set forth by the ISACA.


    Exam and Certification Requirements:

     

    All candidates for the CISA exam must pass a 150-question, 4-hour long, multiple-choice exam, with a score of 450 on a scale of 800.

    Candidates must also verify through submitted evidence that they have A minimum of 5 years of professional information systems auditing, control or security work experience (as described in the CISA job practice areas) is required for certification.

    Full details and details of exceptions can be found at the ISACA site

     

    Who needs CISA Certification?

     

    • Senior Information Technology (IT) Auditor
    • Information Technology (IT) Auditor
    • Information Security Manager
    • Information Security Analyst

    What will I learn in this CISA class?

    • The Process of Auditing Information Systems
    • Governance and Management of IT
    • Information Systems Acquisition, Development, and Implementation
    • Information Systems Operations, Maintenance, and Support
    • Protection of Information Assets