" I found there were many questions which were asked several times but in different ways.
Must of the questions had two choices very similar (as other tests) where I had to pick one of them."
It was harder than I was expecting. In this one I had too many questions with doubts.
now that I passed I think it was a fair exam.
For 30 years, the Certified Information Systems Auditor™ (CISA®) credential has been preferred by individuals and organizations around the world. More than 55,000 audit, control and security professionals have achieved this globally accepted standard since 1978. Independent surveys by Foote Partners and Certification Magazine name CISA one of the highest-paying tech certifications.
In 2002, ISACA introduced CISM® (Certified Information Security Manager®), a groundbreaking credential specifically designed for information security professionals who have information security management responsibilities. ISACA has certified more than 7,000 CISMs to date.
For more information about CISA or CISM, please visit the ISACA web site at www.isaca.org/certification.
As an analogy, the Peltier and SRM books take a look at things at the 10' level. The ISACA stuff and the exam itself take a look at things at the 100' level.
shahrukh9 wrote: »
Guidence NeededI've done CISA in Dec 2011 attempt. basically I'm from auditing background.should I go for CISM? should an entry level student attempt it?
lastly I've heard that on passing CISA, one gets complementary membership. my friend got it on passing June 2011 exam.will they offer me complementary membership? i want to save on exam fee and Q & A