The Process of Auditing Information Systems
Prove your expertise in IS/IT auditing, control and security and be among the most qualified in the industry.
The CISA Difference
Whether you are seeking a new career opportunity or striving to grow within your current organization, a CISA certification proves your expertise in these work-related domains:
Governance and Management of IT
Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation
Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Service Management
Protection of Information Assets
Get Certified, Get Ahead!
PREPARE FOR THE EXAM
Set yourself up to succeed on exam day. Whether you prefer to prep on your own time or want the additional guidance and interaction that comes with live instruction, we have the right CISA test prep solutions for you.
Take our FREE 10-question CISA practice quiz to see if you're ready for the exam.
TAKE AND PASS THE EXAM
Your payment is due within 90 days from your registration date. Your registration will be valid for one year from that date as well.
APPLY TO GET CERTIFIED
The final step to becoming CISA certified is to submit your CISA Certification Application. Prior to doing so, you must meet the following requirements:
- Pass the CISA Exam within the last 5 years.
- Have the relevant full-time work experience in the CISA Job Practice Areas.
- Submit the CISA Certification Application including Application Processing Fee.
MAINTAIN YOUR CERTIFICATION
Prove to your peers and stakeholders that your skills and knowledge are up to date and relevant. Earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit hours to ensure that you maintain an adequate level of current knowledge and proficiency in the field of information systems audit, control and security.