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The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) 8570.01-M "Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program" manual names ISACA’s CISA and CISM certifications among those approved for DoD information assurance (IA) professionals.
The directive requires up to 80,000 professionals to earn one of 13 certifications (including ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), offered by five organizations.
8 June Exam
June 2013 CISA DoD BOI June 2013 CISM DoD BOI
7 September Exam
September 2013 CISA DoD BOI September 2013 CISM DoD BOI
Includes an exam registration form that can be used by DoD IA personnel who wish to register at the DoD rate.
CISA and CISM Self-AssessmentsISACA has prepared the CISA and CISM self-assessments to help exam candidates to assess their knowledge of job practice areas and determine where they may have strengths and weaknesses. These self-assessments are not substitutes for the actual exams, nor do results guarantee or indicate future individual success. Rather, they are tools to help prepare for the exams.
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Pilot ProgramISACA has enacted a pilot program for the Department of Defense that will allow for special exam administration for CISA and CISM certification candidates. To learn more about this pilot program including the requirements, please contact Michele Luckman at email@example.com or +1.847.660.5574.
If you are a DoD employee and your component is part of the DoD Voucher Pilot Program, examine this information for DoD Voucher Pilot Program Participants.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
ISACA DoD Summary Information
CISA and CISM DoD Overview