Date : Fri, 12 May 2017 - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 Last Date of Registration : Thu, 11 May 2017
No. of Classes/ Sessions : 8 Class, 4 Hours Total Hours : 32 hours
Duration : 32 hours (4 hours * 8 Classes) Time : Friday & Saturday - 05:30 pm - 08:30 pm
Resource Person
Md Arfe Elahi Manik

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Course Details

Start Date: Fri, 12 May 2017
Last Date of Registration: Thu, 11 May 2017
Course Fee: 20000.00
Vanue: Bangladesh Skill Development Institute (BSDI) House# 2B, Road#12, Mirpur Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1209, Bangladesh

Who Can Attend?

Audit Professionals, IT Professionals, Business Manager, IS Security Professionals, MIS Experts, IT Enabled Business Professionals form Bank, Financial Institutions, Companies, NGO or from any other organizations and individual who wants to achieve CISA certification.


Class Lectures, Case Study, Quiz and hand notes.

Special Note

Course Attendance certificate will be provided by and Australian Academy of Business Leadership

CISA Certification Training and Exam Preparation
Objective of this Training

CISA is one of the prestigious certifications is the global market. Considering INFORMATION as one of the important assets, IS Audit aims at ensuring IS internal control standard, Governance, Security standards, Operational Standards and overall service standards at the international acceptable level. Bangladesh bank has defined ICT Risk as the 6th core risk which mandates auditing on it. So, all financial institutions and commercial banks are requiring IT audit functions. Telecom industry is another area where IT & engineering audits plays an extended role for corporate governance. IT Audit functions are going to be an integrated part of other business areas by next few years. Achieving CISA accreditation will definitely create a unique opportunity. After completing this course, participants will be confident enough to sit for the CISA exam.

Training Overview & Outline

Preface about the Program

Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is a professional certification for Information Technology Audit professionals sponsored by ISACA, formerly the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. Candidates for the certification must meet requirements set by ISACA on educational qualification and professional experience. The first CISA examination was administered in 1981, and registration numbers have grown each year. It is one of the few certifications formally approved by the US Department of Defense in their Information Assurance Technical category. In 2009, SC Magazine named the CISA designation winner of the Best Professional Certification Program. In 2011, the CISA examination underwent its most significant update in a decade. The exam was revised from 6 domains to 5 and this course has been designed to help the CISA candidates to make them ready for achieving this global recognition.

Key Course Contents

Part -1 (one): The Process of Auditing Information Systems

Session 1 (One):

Introduction to IS Audit
Objective of IS Audit
CISA Exam & Preparation Roadmap
ISACA IS Auditing Standards & Guidelines 

Session 2 (Two):

Risk Assessment, Analysis and Internal Controls
Performing an IS Audit 
Control Self-Assessment 
Integrated and Continuous Auditing 
Case Study

Part-2 (Two): Governance and Management of IT

Session 3 (Three):

Sample Short Exam
Corporate Governance and IT Governance
Assurance Practices for the Board & Executive Management
IS Strategies, Policies & Procedures
Risk Management
IS Management Practices
IS Organizational Structure & Responsibilities  

Session 4 (Four):

Discussion on previous Exam and Questions
Auditing IT Governance Structure & Implementation
Business Continuity Planning and Auditing
Case Study

Part-3 (Three): Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation

Session 5 (Five):

Sample Short Exam
Introduction to Business Realization
Project Management Structure and Practices
Business Application Development Process
Case Study

Session 6 (Six):

Details of different Business Application Systems 
Infrastructure Development and Acquisition Practices
Information Systems Maintenance Practice.
Auditing IS Development, Acquisition and Implementation

Part-4 (Four): Information System Operations, Maintenance and Support

Session 7 (Seven):

Sample Short Exam 
Information Systems Operations
IS Infrastructure, Software and Hardware

Session 8 (Eight):

IS Network Infrastructure  
Auditing IS Infrastructure and Operations
Case Study

Part-5: Protection of Information Assets

Session 9 (Nine):

Discussion on Last Exam questions
Sample Short Examination
Introduction to IS Security System
Importance of IS Security Management

Session 10 (Ten):

Logical Access and Controls
Network Infrastructure Security
Auditing Information Security Management
Case Study

Session 11 (Eleven):

Auditing Network Infrastructure Security
Environmental Exposure and Controls 
Physical Access Exposure and Controls
Mobile Computing

Session 12 (Twelve):

Case Study
Short Exam on whole course
Open Discussion on Sample Questions 
Summarized discussion on whole course and tips for exam.