Learn About the Knowledge Center 

 

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. View the tutorials and read the FAQ section to learn about all the features and capabilities.

Video Tutorials

Video Tutorials have been created In order to demonstrate the Knowledge Center features. Each video is a step by step guide through all the capabilities within each of the Knowledge Center topics.  View all the videos to see the variety of ways you can engage with ISACA members.

Knowledge Center Introduction
Introduction & Topics

Knowledge Center Discussion
Discussions

Knowledge Center Connecting
Alerts

Knowledge Center Accordion
Accordion

Knowledge Center Bookmark
Wikis

Knowledge Center Alerts
Connecting

Knowledge Center Wikis
Bookmarks & Conclusion

 General FAQs

The Knowledge Center offers you the opportunity to join a group on a specific topic and participate through the exchange of information, sharing of expertise and experience, and building new understanding through collaboration. If you don’t see a topic you that meets your interests, suggest a new one!

How do I find
resources and
connect with
members on
topics that
interest me?

 

Click the tabs to discover what topics you might be interested in joining.

  • View Featured Topics
  • Browse Over 100 Topics
  • Search Topics
  • My Topics

My Topics are quick links to the topic groups you have joined.

 

 

How do I
join a Group?

Click the Topic you are interested in joining.  
  To join the group, you must be a member and signed in to the ISACA web site.

Click Sign In and enter your ISACA credentials

Click the JOIN THIS COMMUNITY button

 

How do I
participate in
the Group?

Once you have joined a community, you are able to contribute!  
  Click to expand Documents and Publications and then CONTRIBUTE A DOCUMENT related to the topic.  
 

 

Click to expand Events & Online Learning to view all events related to the Group topic.

 

 
  Click to expand Journal Articles for a list of articles related to the Group topic.  
 

Click to expand User Contributed External Links to view and add links related to the Group topic.

Click the button to Contribute a link.

The comments field will appear as the description. Complete the fields and click OK

Please note your link will not appear immediately. 
 
  Start or Contribute to a Discussion.  You can collaborate with other members of the topic by starting or responding to a discussion. 

Click on the Start a Discussion button .

Add your comments.

Tag your entry using community tagging. This will give greater visibility to your discussion on the site.

Click OK at the bottom of the page.
 
  Click to expand Wikis to view existing Wikis on the Group topic or to suggest a new Wiki.

Use the wiki library to create your wiki. Not sure what to do? Read the wiki instructions.
 
  Click to expand Blogs to view existing Blogs on the Group topic or to create your own blog.


How can I
connect with
others in the
Community?


Newest Members reveals who has recently joined the group.

Click on a user’s name to view their profile. As part of the profile, you will be able to invite them to be part of your connections.

You can also click on See all members to view all members. 

From this view, you can add the user to your connections and view their connections (if enabled).

If the user is already your colleague, you can send them a message from this view as well.

Why are
points awarded?

Points are awarded to indicate your participation on the web site. Starting a discussion, commenting on a blog post, or adding your photo all result in participation points.

How do I set up an alert for all discussions in a Knowledge Center topic?

On the topic overview page, just below the topic summary, you will see “Recent Discussions”.  Click on the “View All”” link at the bottom of this box.

On the right side of the discussion overview page, click the “Set Alerts / Participate by Email” button. 

To disable an alert, click on “Manage My Alerts” and select “none” as the frequency. Then click ok. The “Manage Alerts/Email” button will appear at the top of every discussion page within the topic.

To manage multiple topic alerts, click on “My Alerts” at the top right side of the page.   

For more detailed information please visit the  Email-Enabled Discussion page.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How can I change my online name?

Change your online name by doing the following:

Log in to the site.

Click the MyISACA tab near the top of the page. 

Click MyProfile 

 
   

Click edit MyProfile from the right menu

 
   

Scroll down to My Online Name and enter your new name

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "save change" when done.

 

How do I add my name (or remove it) from people search?

 

Log in to the site.

Click on the MyISACA tab near the top of the page.

Click on MyProfile

Click edit MyProfile from the right menu

Scroll down to People Search Opt in and check the box.

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "save change" when done.

 
 

How can I remove information from my public profile?

 

Log in to the site.

Click on the MyISACA tab near the top of the page.

Click on MyProfile

Click "edit my privacy settings" from the right menu

Scroll down to People Search Opt in and check the box.

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "save change" when done.