IT Professional Networking and Knowledge Center 


Where networking and knowledge intersect

ISACA's IT Professional Networking and Knowledge Center is a meeting place for IT professionals who share common professional interests. Participants can consume information, exchange expertise and experience, and build new understanding through collaboration. A wide range of disciplines and practices powers this global professional community, making it a truly unique and holistic resource.

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COBIT 5.0: A Business Framework for
the Governance and Management of Enterprise IT

COBIT 5 builds and expands on COBIT 4.1 by integrating major frameworks, standards and resources, including Val IT and Risk IT.
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COBIT 4.1: The globally accepted IT governance framework
Minimize IT-related risks and maximize the benefits of technology.
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Furthering Industry-leading Knowledge and Practices

Drive Value from IT Investments

Identify, Govern and Effectively Manage IT Risk

ISACA develops products and services that further industry-leading knowledge and practices for IT and information systems, and provides research deliverables on today’s hottest topics to help keep you ahead of the competition.

Ensure that IT-enabled investments deliver value with Val IT. This framework covers value governance, portfolio management, and investment management processes.

Effectively address all IT-related business risks with Risk IT. This framework covers risk governance, evaluation and response processes and activities.

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ISACA Supports Faculty and Students IT Assurance Framework Business Model for Information Security

Faculty can access the model curricula and teaching materials and participate in the Academic Advocate program. Student groups and student membership are provided.

A single source for ISACA assurance professionals and CISAs, integrating standards, guidelines, tools and techniques for conducting assurance work.

Explore how the The Business Model for Information Security helps integrate security and business activities using a systemic approach to information security management.


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Employment Connections

Search jobs online by geography, certification, experience level and other factors. Members can also post resumes/CVs and receive
emails when new jobs are posted. A new career advice section is also available.  

Personal Online Library

Explore our most popular benefit! The eLibrary is a searchable collection of content from most ISACA published books and more than 350 additional titles – all available free to ISACA members.


Use this glossary to assist you in studying for certification examinations or simply learning new definitions and phrases.

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Sources of Assurance for an Oracle Database Update 4

Sources of Assurance for an Oracle Database Update 4


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Journal Article

Cybersecurity: The Essential Body of Knowledge

Cybersecurity: The Essential Body of Knowledge is based on the US Department of Homeland Security’s compendium of best practices.


Dan Shoemaker and William Arthur Conklin | Reviewed by Dauda Sule, CISA 3 days ago | 0 comments


Étude mondiale 2014 sur le risque de réputation

300 dirigeants, de tous les secteurs industriels et de toutes les zones géographiques, ont été interviewés sur leur risque de réputation par Forbes Insights pour le compte de Deloitte. On y apprend notamment que pour •87 % des dirigeants interrogés estiment que le risque de réputation est « très important » ou « extrêmement important ». Par ailleurs, •pour les répondants, la responsabilité du risque de réputation relève des plus hauts niveaux de la hiérarchie.


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2014 global reputation risk survey

The survey was extended to 300 business executives from the Americas (34 percent), Europe/Middle East/Africa (EMEA) (33 percent), and Asia Pacific (33 percent) and came from all five major industry sectors (financial services (FS), consumer/industrial products (C&IP), technology/media/telecommunications (TMT), life sciences/health care (LS&HC), and energy/resources (E&R)). Survey shows that 87% of the executives we rate reputation risk as “more important” or “much more important,”. Also, the responsibility for reputation risk resides with the board and C-Suite.


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