ISACA CISA Training Boot Camp
Prepare for CISA Certification in a Live, Online Format
Gain the in-depth knowledge and skills needed to develop and manage programs that defend against unauthorized access to data and information. Powered by Infosec, a leader in cybersecurity training, this comprehensive five-day boot camp will help you better audit information systems while preparing you to successfully pass the ISACA Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) exam.
What You Can Expect
- Online, immersive format
- 5 days of live, expert-led training
- Learn in a cohort of peers
- Limited seats per session
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How You Will Benefit
- Learn from industry experts: Instructors have 10+ years of industry training experience and are professionals with active roles in the industry.
- Earn your CISA certification: Get everything you need to get certified, including unlimited practice exam attempts and your certification exam voucher.
- Extended access: Review boot camp materials and replay daily video lessons for 90 days after your completion date.
- Infosec Skills subscription: Advance your skills with a 90-day subscription to hundreds of additional on-demand courses and hands-on labs.
Who Should Enroll?
This boot camp is intended for current IT professionals, including IT auditors, information security consultants, analysts, risk managers and professionals, and anyone interested in learning auditing skills and obtaining their certification.
While anyone can enroll in this CISA boot camp training course, you must have at least five years of professional experience in information systems auditing to qualify for certification. If select other requirements are met, qualifying individuals can waive up to three years of experience.
ISACA CISA Training Boot Camp FAQs
Why should I earn the CISA certification?
The CISA certification is in high demand and recognized worldwide. Earning this certification will show employers and peers that you have the knowledge and skills to perform effective audits of information systems and recommend improvements.
What is the job demand for information systems auditors?
Demand for information systems auditors and other information security analyst roles is extremely high. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that jobs will grow by 33% through 2030. This is four times the growth expected across all job categories!
What does a Certified Information Systems Auditor do?
An information systems auditor is responsible for ensuring the IT systems function properly and are well protected from cyberattacks. They perform audits of the IT governance structure, application controls, data integrity, and system security and provide recommendations to leadership.
Information systems auditors must stay up to date on the latest computer technology, systems, and equipment and often need to obtain professional certification like the CISA to advance in their careers.
What is the average salary for a CISA professional?
InfoSec Institute reports the average salary of CISA certification holders as ranging from $52,459 to $122,326. According to ZipRecruiter, the average annual salary for a professional holding a CISA certification is $103,986 as of May 2022.
How long is the CISA certification valid after passing the exam?
Your certification is valid for three years and will need to be renewed at the end of this period. To ensure that your skills remain up to date in an ever-evolving field, you must earn 120 CPEs during each three-year renewal period—with a minimum of 20 CPEs each year.
What kinds of jobs can I get with the CISA certification?
While every company is different and titles will vary by industry, the most common positions for CISA certified professionals include internal auditor, public accounting auditor, IS analyst, IT audit manager, IT project manager, IT security officer, network operation security engineer, cybersecurity professional, IT consultant, IT risk and assurance manager, privacy officer, and chief information officer.