• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

This course explores how to apply the information systems (IS) audit process to ensure adequate risk mitigation for audit planning, security control selection, travelling user vulnerability mitigation, Wi-Fi hardening, and proper PKI (public key infrastructure) key implementation. Learn the importance of having a ISACA CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor) certification, which indicates you are a professional with the skills necessary as an IT security analyst in performing an IS audit. An IS auditor must have knowledge of the type of business being audited, and need to be able to identify the security posture of an organization within a given specific scenario that falls within the audit scope. When auditing a business, you first look at the type of business, its use of technology, and related security. This course uses real-world business scenarios that include, for example, a marketing company and a financial institution. These scenarios cover how to identify audit planning errors, security control cost effectiveness, determining Wi-Fi weaknesses, determining how keys should be used, and compensating control selection.

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