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Language: English | Size: 637 MB | Duration: 1h 59m
General knowledge of IT and technology terms (e.
What you'll learn
In this course, students will:
Learn about IT General Controls
Learn about Logical Security Controls
Learn about 10 specific Logical Security controls, why they are tested and how to test them for IT Audits
Learn about Physical Security Controls
Prior knowledge of Controls and Testing (Refer to first course in the series)
g. user IDs, passwords, administrative accounts)
This course is for those that are interested in a career in IT Audit, Compliance, Governance, Risk and Controls (GRC), or Cybersecurity. This course teaches the foundational principles that are needed to successfully complete Logical Security testing during IT Audits.
This course is for those that are new to IT Audit but understand the general concepts around IT controls and testing. This course is also valuable for those looking to refresh their basic knowledge about IT Audits, specifically Logical Security Testing.
This course teaches the practical aspects of conducting testing for Logical Security controls and is not focused on the CISA certification. CISA aspirants can still benefit from taking this course because they will learn and better understand basic IT Audit concepts in preparation for the exam.
The focus of the course is to teach concepts around testing Logical Security controls and does not focus on technologies or platforms. The reason is because the foundational principles are what new auditors really need. When you understand the auditing concepts, you can apply them to any technology or platform that is being audited.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to identify several Logical Security controls and perform testing for IT audits by properly evaluating the design and operating effectiveness of each control. This course also teaches students how to identify and perform testing for Physical Security controls
During IT audit projects based on selected Logical Security controls, the IT auditor (course student) should be able to:
1. Identify Logical Security controls to test,
2. Evaluate the design and operating effectiveness of Logical Security controls by identifying and perfog adequate testing procedures, and
3. Evaluate the need for compensating controls, if applicable.
Learning Objective Activities
The 10 learning objective activities covered in this course reinforce the concepts presented in the course and link them to real activities that occur when perfog IT audits.
The course quizzes and assessments are based on real-world IT Audit control testing activities.
Who this course is for:
Individuals interested in a career in IT Audit, Compliance, GRC, and Cybersecurity