The CISA Forum is an online community whose purpose is to assist CISA candidates in their studies towards the Certified Information Systems Auditor certification. The forum, started in 2002 by Peter H Gregory, CISA, CISSP, is hosted by Yahoo Groups and has more than 3,000 members.
“The forum has helped many achieve their certification through lively discussions about the security audit profession and the CISA exam itself,” Gregory states. “I started this forum as a way to help new CISA candidates and to provide a platform for others to help these new candidates.” Gregory encourages newly-minted CISA holders to stay on the van and help others on their way.
The CISA Forum is open to all who possess the CISA certification or are interested in attaining it.
The CISA certification is owned and managed by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. ISACA does not endorse or sponsor the CISA Forum. Read more about the CISA certification here.
About ISACA. With more than 65,000 members in more than 140 countries, ISACA (www.isaca.org) is a recognized worldwide leader in IT governance, control, security and assurance. Founded in 1969, ISACA sponsors international conferences, publishes the Information Systems Control Journal, and develops international information systems auditing and control standards. It also administers the globally respected Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designation, earned by more than 55,000 professionals since 1978; the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) designation, earned by 7,000 professionals since 2002; and the new Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) designation.
CISA is a registered trademark of ISACA.
how do I beome a member and how do i meet other members?
Just click on the link above (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CISAforum/) and click “Join this group” on the page there.
please i live in nigeria and would like to know, can an unemployed also be cisa certified? where and how can i register, get course materials and write the exam. i also want to know how much it might cost me in all. what are the career prospects. thank you.
There is no requirement that says you must be employed to earn your CISA. You are, however, required to provide evidence of prior work experience.
You can find out everything you need at http://www.isaca.org/cisa, about registration, learning materials, and where you can take the exam.
You can also read the CISA FAQ that answers many questions, at http://www.securians.com/wiki/FAQs
If you join the CISA Forum, you’ll be in a large community of people who have many of the same interests as you.
This look interesting,so far.
If it’s not just all bots here, let me know. I’m looking to network
Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.
I need to get in touch with poeple of likes mind in CISA certification
I want to sit for Cisa exams, so I need to see/hear others people view too.