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CISA 國際認可證書課程

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Course Information

Schedules
  • 24 Jul 2021 (Sat) - 28 Aug 2021 (Sat) 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Registration period
12 Apr 2021 (Mon) - 24 Jul 2021 (Sat)
Price
HKD 2,580
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Course Level
Study Mode
Duration
18 Hour(s)
Language
Cantonese
Location
九龍旺角亞皆老街 109 號皆旺商業大廈 18 樓 1802 - 1807 室
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Course Overview

 

ISACA® 成立於1969年,多年來不斷參與各項系統確認性與安全、企業資訊治理及資訊風險的活動,口碑載譽。

ISACA® 會員遍佈逾 160 個國家,總數超過 86,000 人。其頒授的全球認可國際公認電腦稽核師(CISA® , Certified Information Systems Auditor)資格、更是各位資訊管理人員必考的證書。取得 CISA 資格標誌著該專業人員具備電腦稽核、控管和安全領域的專業知識。

中心的 CISA 國際認可證書課程由 Franco Tsang 籌備多時,精心編排。由上堂、溫習、實習、考試研習、做試題至最後考試,均為你度身訂造,作出有系統的編排。務求真正教識你,又令你考試及格。

What you'll learn

課程名稱:CISA 國際認可證書課程
- 簡稱:CISA Training Course


1. Domain 1: Information Systems Auditing Process
1.1. Planning
1.1.1. Introduction
1.1.2. IS Audit Standards, Guidelines, and Codes of Ethics
1.1.3. Business Processes and Audits
1.1.4. Types of Controls
1.1.5. Risk-Based Audit Planning
1.1.6. Types of Audits and Assessments
1.2. Execution
1.2.1. Audit Project Management
1.2.2. Sampling Methodology
1.2.3. Audit Evidence Collection Techniques
1.2.4. Data Analytics
1.2.5. Reporting and Communication Techniques

2. Domain 2: Governance and Management of IT
2.1. IT Governance
2.1.1. IT Governance and IT Strategy
2.1.2. IT-Related Frameworks
2.1.3. IT Standards, Policies, Procedures and Guideline
2.1.4. Organizational Structure
2.1.5. Segregation of duties / separation of duties
2.1.6. Enterprise Architecture
2.1.7. Enterprise Risk Management
2.1.8. Maturity Models
2.1.9. Laws, Regulations, and Industry Standards affecting the Organization
2.2. IT Management
2.2.1. IT Resource Management
2.2.2. IT Service Provider Acquisition and Management
2.2.3. IT Performance Monitoring and Reporting
2.2.4. Quality Assurance and Quality Management of IT

3. Domain 3: Information Systems Acquisition, Development, and Implementation
3.1. Information Systems Acquisition and Development
3.1.1. Project Governance and Management
3.1.2. Business Case and Feasibility Analysis
3.1.3. System Development Methodologies
3.1.4. Control Identification and Design
3.2. Information Systems Implementation
3.2.1. Testing Methodologies
3.2.2. Change, Configuration and Release Management
3.2.3. System Migration, Infrastructure Deployment, and Data Conversion
3.2.4. Post-implementation Review

4. Domain 4: Information Systems Operations and Business Resilience
4.1. Information Systems Operations
4.1.1. Common Technology Components
4.1.2. IT Asset Management
4.1.3. Job Scheduling and Production Process Automation
4.1.4. System Interfaces
4.1.5. End-User Computing (EUC)
4.1.6. Data Governance
4.1.7. Systems Performance Management
4.1.8. Problem and Incident Management
4.1.9. Change, Configuration, Release, and Patch Management
4.1.10. IT Service Level Management
4.1.11. Database Management
4.2. Business Resilience
4.2.1. Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
4.2.2. System Resiliency
4.2.3. Data Backup, Storage, and Restoration
4.2.4. Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
4.2.5. Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP)

5. Domain 5: Protection of InformationAssets
5.1. Information Asset Security and Control
5.1.1. Introduction
5.1.2. Information Asset Security Frameworks, Standards, and Guidelines
5.1.3. Privacy Principles
5.1.4. Physical Access and Environmental Controls
5.1.5. Identity and Access Management
5.1.6. Network and End-Point Security
5.1.7. Data Classification
5.1.8. Data Encryption and Encryption-Related Techniques
5.1.9. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
5.1.10. Web-Based Communication Techniques
5.1.11. Virtualized Environments
5.1.12. Mobile, Wireless, and Internet-of-Things (IoT) Devices
5.2. Security Event Management
5.2.1. Security Awareness Training and Programs
5.2.2. Information System Attack Methods and Techniques
5.2.3. Security Testing Tools and Techniques
5.2.4. Security Monitoring Tools and Techniques
5.2.5. Incident Response Management
5.2.6. Evidence Collection and Forensics

6. Appendix: Additional Readings
6.1. Continuous audit techniques
6.2. Other types of system / software testing
6.2.1. Alpha and beta testing
6.2.2. Pilot testing
6.2.3. White box testing
6.2.4. Black box testing
6.2.5. Regression testing
6.2.6. Parallel testing
6.3. Types of Networks
6.3.1. PAN (Personal area networks)
6.3.2. LAN (Local area networks)
6.3.3. WAN (Wide area networks)
6.3.4. MAN (Metropolitan area networks)
6.4. OSI architecture
6.5. Network Topologies
6.5.1. Bus Topology
6.5.2. Ring Topology
6.5.3. Star Topology
6.5.4. Mesh Topology
6.6. Transmission Methods
6.7. Network Cabling, Interfaces and Interference
6.7.1. Cabling
6.7.2. Interfaces
6.7.3. Interference
6.8. Network Equipment / Basic Network Equipment
6.8.1. Routers
6.8.2. Switches
6.9. Network Services and Protocols
6.9.1. DNS (Domain Name Service)
6.9.2. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
6.9.3. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
6.9.4. Directory Services
6.9.5. NAT (Network Address Translation) / PAT (Port Address Translation)
6.9.6. IPsec VPN
6.10. Shadow IT
6.11. VoIP Infrastructure
6.11.1. Components in VoIP infrastructure
6.11.2. Risks in the VoIP infrastructure
6.11.3. Mitigating risks in the VoIP infrastructure
6.12. Wireless Architecture
6.13. More about Cloud Computing
6.13.1. Three Service Models
6.13.2. Four Deployment Models
6.14. Biometric Accuracy Measurement / Errors
6.15. Database transactions and ACID
6.15.1. Transactions
6.15.2. ACID
6.16. Database Views
6.17. Kerberos
6.18. Diffie-Hellman



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