CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor)
The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification and global standard evaluates an IT auditor’s knowledge, competence, and skill in analyzing vulnerabilities and implementing IT controls in a corporate setting.
ISACA awards this certification to individuals in responsibility of ensuring an organization’s IT and business systems are monitored, maintained, and secured. It is presented following the completion of a thorough testing and application process. It is intended for IT auditors, audit managers, consultants, and security experts.
As a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), you’re tasked with tremendous responsibility: You’ll audit, control and provide security of information systems for a multitude of industries throughout the business and IT sector
To become the very best cyber security professional possible, you first need to start with a strong academic background. There are many traditional and online programs that can prepare you for your career path. However, if you want to take your career to the next level, you will likely need an additional certification from a professional organization.
As a rule, professional organizations and technology companies have led the tech as far as career advancement credentials, and there have been organizations for computer security professionals since the 1960’s. The ISACA is one such organization. Formed in 1967, the association now claims over 140,000 members worldwide. The membership is organized by 200 chapters in 80 countries.
As an educational resource, the ISACA publishes a regular journal and maintains databases of research and other documents to help cyber security professionals stay at the front of the industry—and their specialty. They also offer a certification program, the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), that gives members high-status credentials.
WHY GET CERTIFIED TO BECOME A CISA
What we do
RNR has qualified and certified Auditors to conduct and cover all aspects of CISA Audit, including:
- Governance: The auditor will review the organization’s governance framework to ensure that it is aligned with its business objectives and risk appetite.
- Risk management: The auditor will assess the organization’s risk management processes to ensure that they are effective in identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks.
- Compliance: The auditor will review the organization’s compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and standards.
The GRC CISA audit is an important part of ensuring the security of an organization’s information assets. RNR helps your organization to undergo the audit, by which organizations can demonstrate their commitment to security and compliance. We are your security partners at all levels.
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