Should non-auditors become Certified Information Systems Auditors (CISA)? Being a CISA can change your approach to work, not only helping your career but also your enterprise. Here’s why: To ensure internal and external stakeholder satisfaction and thereby contribute value to the business, IT plays a vital role in realizing business benefits, where the proper competencies of IT staff is critical to delivering business tasks.
CISA is the most popular ISACA certification. The demand for CISA certification early on was primarily by international auditing companies (e.g., the Big 4), since certification was required to conduct audits according to international standards. But now, information and technology are such vital elements of enterprises, as is the understanding of the dynamic challenges in the current environment. That means that the important benefits that CISA certification brings continue to be applicable to the business world.
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