ISACA Lietuva. Asociacija, sertifikacijos ir mokymai
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BKA renginio "Kaip tapti lyderiais IT valdymo, saugos ir audito srityje?" pranešimas apie ISACA organizacijos veiklą, sertifikacijas ir mokymus. Renginys vyko balandžio 18 d., 2013.

BKA renginio "Kaip tapti lyderiais IT valdymo, saugos ir audito srityje?" pranešimas apie ISACA organizacijos veiklą, sertifikacijas ir mokymus. Renginys vyko balandžio 18 d., 2013.

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  • 1. Įžanginis žodis:ISACA, sertifikacijos ir mokymaiDr. Vilius Benetis, CISA, CRISCISACA Lietuvos skyriaus pirmininkaswww.isaca.ltISACA®Pasitikėjimas informacinėmis sistemomis ir jų nauda
  • 2. ISACA Facts Founded in 1969 as the EDP AuditorsAssociation Since 1978, CISA has been a globallyaccepted standard of competency amongIS audit, control, assurance and securityprofessionals. More than 100,000 members in over 180countries More than 200 chapters worldwide
  • 3. ISACA Facts: Lithuania Founded in 2002 Around 100 members, among those: CGEIT: 9, CRISC: 18, CISA: 45, CISM: 27 2011: Translated Cobit 4.1 2013: In translation: COBIT 5 Monthly meetings on specialist topics The community for: IT auditors, infosec, governance
  • 4. Certification Requirements• Earn a passing score on the ISACA exam• Submit verified evidence of a minimum of 3 yearsof relevant experience (for ex. covering 3 of the 5job practice domains)• Submit completed certification application within 5years of passing exam and receive approval• Adhere to the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics• Comply with the ISACA Continuing ProfessionalEducation Policy
  • 5. Administration of the Exam2013 Exam Dates:Saturday 8 June 2013Saturday 7 September 2013 (only CISA/CISM)Saturday 14 December 2013– More than 240 test sites offered for each examadministration (Lithuania – Vilnius)– Offered in every city where there is an ISACA chapter or alarge interest by individuals to sit for the exam– Passing mark of 450 on a common scale of 200 to 800
  • 6. 2013 Registration Fees:14 December 2013Early Registration – On or before 21 August 2013:• ISACA Member: US $485.00• Non-Member: US $660.00Final Registration – After 21 August, but on or before 25 October 2013:• ISACA Member: US $535.00• Non-Member: US $710.00Register Online at www.isaca.org/examreg and save $$• Online registration via the ISACA web site is encouraged, ascandidates will save US $75. Non-members can join ISACA atthe same time, which maximizes their savings.Exam registration fees must be paid in full to sit for the exam. Those whoseexam registration fees are not paid will not be sent an exam admission ticketand their registration will be cancelled.
  • 7. Bulletin of Information(BOI) and RegistrationForm• There is a Bulletin of Information for each exam administration foreach exam.• Can be downloaded from the ISACA web site at:http://www.isaca.org/Certification/Bulletin includes:– Requirements for certification– Exam description– Registration instructions– Test date procedures– Score reporting– Test center locations– Registration forms
  • 8. Types of Questions onthe ISACA Exam Exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions administeredover a four-hour period Questions are designed to test practical knowledge andexperience Questions require the candidate to choose one best answer Every question or statement has four options (answer choices)
  • 9. Quality of the ExamEnsured By: Job Analysis Study: Determines content Test Development Standards: Ensures high standards forthe development and review of questions Review Process: Provides two reviews of questions byindependent committees before acceptance into pool Periodic Pool Cleaning: Ensures that questions in the poolare up-to-date by continuously reviewing questions Statistical Analysis of Questions: Ensures quality questionsand grading by analyzing exam statistics for each language
  • 10. Study MaterialsISACA Members Non-MembersCandidate’s Guide to the C* Exam……..…free to each paid registrant(also available online at www.isaca.org/)C* Review Manual 2013….…………….. (US) $85.00 (US) $115.00C* Review Questions, Answers & ……... (US) $40.00 (US) $60.00Explanations Manual 2013C* Review Questions, Answers & ……... (US) $40.00 (US) $60.00Explanations Manual 2013 SupplementC* Online Review Course (US) $185.00 (US) $225.00
  • 11. A proper study plan consists of several steps:Self-appraisalDetermination of the type of study programHaving an adequate amount of time to prepareMaintaining momentumReadiness reviewBecome involved in your local chapter and explorenetworking opportunities and study groups.How to Develop a Study Plan
  • 12. How to Study for the Exam Read the Candidate’s Guide thoroughly Study the Review Manual Work through the Review Questions, Answers &Explanations Manual, Supplements and/or online reviewcourse Participate in an Chapter Review Course Read literature in areas where you need to strengthen skills Spend time studying the complement of your field: Ifcontrols focused, study from risk focus and vice-versa Join or organize study groups
  • 13. Continuing ProfessionalEducation (CPE) Policy Details
  • 14. Once certified, the certification must be renewed annually. Maintaining thecertification requires:• Earning and reporting an annual minimum of 20 hours of continuingprofessional education• Earning and reporting a minimum of 120 hours of continuingeducation for each fixed three-year period (each 3-year cycle)• Pay the annual certification maintenance fee• Respond and submit required documentation of continuing educationactivities if selected for an annual audit• Comply with the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics(www.isaca.org/ethics)ISACA membership provides many CPE opportunities which can assistyou with meeting this requirement. For more details visitwww.isaca.org/cpe.Continuing ProfessionalEducation (CPE)Requirements
  • 15. ISACA sets forth this Code of Professional Ethics to guide the professional andpersonal conduct of members of the association and/or its certification holders.Failure to comply with this Code of Professional Ethics can result in an investigationinto a members or certification holders conduct and, ultimately, in disciplinarymeasures.Members and ISACA certification holders shall:1. Support the implementation of, and encourage compliancewith, appropriate standards and procedures for the effective governanceand management of enterprise information systems andtechnology, including: audit, control, security and risk management.2. Perform their duties with objectivity, due diligence and professionalcare, in accordance with professional standards.3. Serve in the interest of stakeholders in a lawful manner, whilemaintaining high standards of conduct and character, and not discreditingtheir profession or the Association.ISACA Code ofProfessional Ethics
  • 16. ISACA Code ofProfessional Ethics(continued)Members and ISACA certification holders shall:4. Maintain the privacy and confidentiality of information obtained in thecourse of their activities unless disclosure is required by legal authority.Such information shall not be used for personal benefit or released toinappropriate parties.5. Maintain competency in their respective fields and agree to undertake onlythose activities they can reasonably expect to complete with the necessaryskills, knowledge and competence.6. Inform appropriate parties of the results of work performed including thedisclosure of all significant facts known to them that, if not disclosed, maydistort the reporting of the results.7. Support the professional education of stakeholders in enhancing theirunderstanding of the governance and management of enterpriseinformation systems and technology, including: audit, control, security andrisk management.www.isaca.org/ethics
  • 17. Norite sužinoti daugiau?Susisiekite su mumis: El.paštu: asociacija@isaca.lt Internete: www.isaca.ltAčiū už dėmesį!Daugiau informacijos apie organizuojamus ISACA sertifikacijų mokymus rasite www.bka.ltSusisiekite telefonu 8 5 2780502 arba el.paštu mokymai@bka.lt