CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor Study Guide

Prepare for CISA certification and improve your job skills with the training you ll receive in this valuable book Covering the very latest version of the exam, it s packed with instruction on all exam content areas, including the most up to date regulations, IS auditing best practices, and compliances You ll find practical exercises and plenty of real world scenarios jPrepare for CISA certification and improve your job skills with the training you ll receive in this valuable book Covering the very latest version of the exam, it s packed with instruction on all exam content areas, including the most up to date regulations, IS auditing best practices, and compliances You ll find practical exercises and plenty of real world scenarios just what you need for the CISA exam, and beyond.Note CD ROM DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor Study Guide Prepare for CISA certification and improve your job skills with the training you ll receive in this valuable book Covering the very latest version of the exam it s packed with instruction on all exam

  • Title: CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor Study Guide
  • Author: David L. Cannon
  • ISBN: 9780470231524
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor Study Guide”

    1. EXAM RESULTS IN - PASSED!I used this in conjunction with the ISACA question and answer books available on their site. This book did a good job of giving me the basics while the question/answer books gave me a good feel for the kind of questions asked on the exam. Don't rely on the questions in this book to offer much in the way of actual exam preparation - those questions are NOTHING like the questions on the exam, but the fundamentals taught in the book are essential.Going into this I have been [...]

    2. It seems to give a good introduction to the CISA exam requirements. I found the SDLC chapter to be a bit archaic with its talk of of 3, 4GL and 5 GL languages (kinda late 90s), saying that ERD was the way to diagrams systems and requirements (and not UML), that structured programming was best practices and doesn't even refer to object oriented programming. Its reference to IT people being equivalent to servants in a mansion (since servants don't know how the masters get their wealth) is a bit ha [...]

    3. A good introduction to information system auditing topic, especially when you're preparing to CISA. I found that almost all question on June 2008 CISA exam are covered by this book.The new materials are introduced gently, along with key objectives, that makes people easily grasps the ideas, either they're coming from IT background or for audit/management background.

    4. Thorough, easy-to-read and much less dry than the official ISACA study guide. Good level of technical detail while remaining accessible even to those from a non-tech background.Use in conjunction with the ISACA guide and, more importantly, the ISACA sample test bank. The chapter review questions are useful but don't reflect the difficulty or style of the official ISACA questions.

    5. got to take the exam this year. Studying away. This is a very comprehensive text covering the CISA curriculum. I hope it helps.

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