Which AWS certificate is best for IT audit background? Already have CISA and looking to get AWS certificate under my resume.
Which AWS certificate is best for federal IT audit background? Already have CISA and looking to get AWS certificate under my resume.
Where could I go next? Currently making 100k as an A3 at PwC under cyber. Have around 5 years of experience between IT audit, financial audit, and IAM implementations. Hold a CISSP and CISA.
Can someone PLEASE tell me how much the QAE aligns with the real exam for the CISA? Is the actual exam more difficult/trickier? Currently doing a combo or CRM, QAE, and Doshi videos and just want to make sure I’m covering all my bases. I have about 2 years of IT Audit experience as well.
Hello Guys, wanted to know if Grant Thornton India supports further education certifications like CISA
Will my work experience in public auditing be valid work experience to be certified for the CISA?
CISA exp question - do I need to be working on systems audit full time to count towards the experience? I currently do a mix of systems and business process audits.
What’s a good CISA program?
Am I underpaid?
BS in business, MS in public policy from top 10 public schools. 2 yoe working in a security operations center & 2 yoe as big 4 consultant (mostly in GRC and SecOps strategy). I have my security + and CISA. 80k base in a MCOL.
Changing career paths. Have a degree in finance which I’ve been doing since 2013. But between 2010 and 2013 I’ve had IT system/risk analyst roles at a startup and then at a small company. I programmed and launched a small social network on the App Store last year while overseeing 10 workers, so that was a huge personal accomplishment for me. Any advice on how I can pivot into a GRC role? Should I get the GRCP and/or CISA certifications? Any advice would be appreciated!!
I am a government contractor and my contract just ended on Friday. I am trying to decide on my next move but so far I have an offer supporting CISA (contract is 2.5 Years less technical) and one supporting DoS (1 Year then re-compete but a more technical role). I have an interview with BAH for a Business Analyst role supporting DoD next Tuesday. I am trying to decide which agency and role would be the best.
Can someone tell me what it is like working for CISA? I am wondering if I should accept my offer with them or move on?
Can someone tell me what it is like working for CISA? I am wondering if I should accept my offer with them or move on?
I’m looking to switch my career from IT audit (Fiscam, Fisma, Soc 1 and 2) to more of a technical cyber compliance work. Can you guys advise me what kind of jobs is out there? The reason I’m considering switching to compliance work is bc I dont have any technical background.. I researched that security control assessor is somewhat relevant to work I did but any recommendation? I have sec+ and cisa!
Current SC in Risk Advisory seeing what steps are required/possibilities to switch to strategy consulting (Montior)
- currently doing mainly IT Audit, alongside IA and disaster recovery/business resiliency exposure
- CPA and CISA designations
- 2 yoe
- want work where clients actually want my help
- want to see more impact of work to clients and their strategic decisions
- wanting more complexity and business strategy oriented problems
Can somebody help with a referral at Google Google. Have 9 YOE with certifications like CISA, CCSP, CEH, CREST along with Engineering and MBA
10 years experience in IT service delivery, currently managing Service desk, ITIL functions and a service now team..Planning to study CISA and move to IT auditing. Anyone here transitioned to IT auditing role ???
Any referrals for financial analyst positions or similar roles within Google?
2 YOE at PwC with Masters Degree, CISA and CSM certifications.
How much would my starting salary be now that I have CISSP, CISA, CISM, Security+, CEH, GSEC, SSCP, and GCIH. I did all this at home because since I don’t have a bachelors degree in Cyber (I have it in Biology), and Masters are pretty expensive… any advice about what position or salary I could get? I don’t have any experience but I’m clearly quite prepared to take on any challenges…
What are some exit ops for a big 4 tech risk consultant into more cyber/cloud focused roles? Has Cyber experience from tech risk projects, CISA and cloud certs
Can someone help me with CISA dumps ?
Background: 5+ years of work experience in worked on IT Audits (SOX). CISA certified.
Looking for a certification that can help me transition into more technical areas such as Data Privacy/Cyber (not Pentesting)/ Cloud security.
Completely baffled by the variety of certifications
(CCSK, SSCP, PMP, CIPT, CIPP/E, CAP, CISM, etc) out there and not sure which one to pick given my experience and the areas I want to transition into.
Any suggestions on which certification would be best?
I once was a CISA… I have no IT background, no IT degrees (2 ACCT degrees tho); never did/saw a shred of an IT audit/assurance work/client/OTJ training of any kind. Forced by employer to choose CISA vs CPA, CISA was way more feasible at the time. I passed 1st try. My firm had zero IT work. So all my CPE reqs lapsed, and my cert expired w/ zero resume material to show for it. I see IT Auditors paid WAY more. I’d love that! I’d re-sit. But idk my head from my ass about practical application.
My InfoSec peeps... Does having ISACA or ISC2 certifications such as cisa, cism cissp n stuff have any advantage? Does it add value to your career from a pay or knowledge perspective?
Hey Fishes, I would be claiming a reimbursement of CIA/ CISA exam cost from DUSI. Is there any clawback clause if I resign during the next month of claiming?
Service Line: BPC Advisory
IA comp? Im wondering what averages look like for MCOL. I’m at a large IA shop as a Consultant in Operational audits. 6 YOE with CIA/CISA. I’ve received small denomination recognition awards for my performance, but am thinking that needs to be reflected in my salary too.
S3 currently studying for CISA as I want to transition from internal audit to IT. Reason is, am bored! Reviewing business processes has become boring, am unhappy with the work I do, I don’t feel compensated fairly although I work my ass off.
My dilemma is, am not sure if IT will be a right fit for me, I simply just want to move. I’ve thought of cyber security too. Should I stay on a little while longer to figure out what I really want to do? I feel stuck and demotivated!
Im struggling to get thru studying for cpa exams. Any motivation ideas? Or should i quit? I do have cisa and cia for that matter 😑
Hey all, looking for advice. I received two great offers- one for Department of State and one for CISA. Both have similar pay and they are similar roles. Has anyone worked for either agency and have any insight on either that would be good to know before making a decision?
The position is related to cyber engagement and working with various agencies to further cyber goals.
We have multiple openings in PWC Acceleration Centre, kolkata/Banglore/Hyderabad. If interested DM me,
Skill set: ITGC, SOX, SOC1/SOC2 reporting
Certification: CA or CISA(good to have, not mandatory)
Experience: 7-9 years
Designation: Manager/Senior Associate
Skillset: US Partnership Tax (Form 1065)
Sub skill: Federal(investment partnership/private/euity/fof), Hedge funds, Real estate
Experience: 7-12 years(Manager)
3-6.5 years(Senior Associate)
Getting an offer from Accenture sometime this week for IT Manager role, wondering what I should target for base and TC. I have 8YOE, MBA at a state school, and CISA in MCOL city.
$165k base? Bonus?
Advice greatly appreciated!
Ive been in Federal IT audit (FISCAM, FISMA and SOC) side for 3+ years and just want to start in more technical side of the house. I learned alot about auditing IT controls but want to explore more technical job and just dont know what is out there. What career path do you guys recommend in cybersecurity? I do have sec+ and studying for cisa right now. I do have TS/SCI w/ poly as well. Any advice?
Getting an offer from Accenture later this week. Wondering what to shoot for in TC for IT Manager role… I have 8yrs exp, MBA from state school, CISA, in MCOL city.
$165 base? Bonus?
Any advice on negotiations appreciated!
I am looking for opportunities in Forensic audit and related roles at Bangalore location.
I have experience in investigation for around 3 years. Industries served E-Commerce, Banks, Manufacturing.
I am a CA, CFE and CS.
Any thoughts on Harvard Extension School? Considering taking a class in the evening for more personal development. Econ major, would prob do Gov't, Int Relations or Philosophy course(s)
I am a customer consultant and I am now really stressed out due to covid, I want a change in my life trying to learn aws. Preparing for SAA-C02 i need some help with practice exam and also on a decision of which stream to proceed with now Devops or sysops.
Any leads much appreciated.
If I'm on H1B and start an MBA program in Fall 2018, can I quit early and take the summer off and stay in the States? Or would I have to go back to India for that period? OR is it better to keep working until the date on my new I-20? Purely from a legal perspective, not financial.
One of Freind with 2 years experience from tcs and now have completed MBA in hr looking for internship in hr, please let me know if anyone can refer or give any inputs.
Thanks in advance
Thoughts on getting masters or MBA for career in UX or product design? Goal is to become product owner in the next 5 years. I never thought I’d get one, but am curious what others think
Anyone go through or going through Amazon's MBA interview process? I have a 4 round interview coming up for a Sr Product Manager position and wanted some tips :)
I’m currently working with a senior level HR candidate. This individual has a doctorate in business with a focus in HR, her SPHR, Federal, and private sector experience at the singer level, and has a fabulous personality. I’m curious is anyone else having difficulties play some candidates like this? At this point I’m starting to think it’s racial or her sex based of the lack of interest in this candidate. Any thoughts?
I have 7 years of work exp in Data analytics & Data engineering team. Right now managing a team of 12. Will PMP certification help in career growth ? Needed some view points.
To all the MBA’s in this space. I am very interested in knowing how do you feel after coming back to work in LS after your MBA. Did you get what you were expecting out of it, less/more?
I have been looking at the MS/MBA Life Science at Harvard, but have been in two minds about pursuing that goal. If I try it, I want to give my 💯 in the prep. Before I put in all that effort I would love to hear your experience.
I wish to join one of the top consulting firms like McKinsey, BCG, B&C etc. I am currently working as a Business Analyst with a work ex of 3 years.
I have started exploring on my own and one thing that came out different were Case Studies interviews and I have started reading and preparing for them.
I will do MBA also post working in one of these firms.
I was hoping if anyone can help me to prepare better or suggest a plan to land a job for a role that aligns with my ambitions.
Has anyone purchased of the HRCIs untimed or timed exams for the PHR or SPHR? Did you find the practice exam helpful and the questions similar to what you saw on the test?
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There are multiple hiring for Java, AWS, DevOps, Azure, Data Analyst, Data Scientist, SQL Developer, etc. in Coforge Limited.
Which HHs cover UMM/MF PE Ops pre mba roles?
Having 3YoE in procurement research and now in a research team at an MBB, I feel I've reached plateau learning-wise. Have been focused in Chemical domain throughout.
I now intend to explore roles on client(Chemical Companies) side (like SCM, Planning, Strategy) but unsure how do I go about it.
What should be an ideal career roadmap for someone like me. How should I prepare/do in order to pivot towards those roles?
PS. I'm a BE Chemical Engineering, and no MBA.
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Hi everyone, what is the job level of this role:
Strategy & Operations Lead, gTech Go-to-market and what is the compensation range for someone with MBA and consulting experience.
Anyone here get an MBA? If so what job did it lead you to after graduation, and what was your salary?
SPG app updated for me but not combination
I know there’s a lot of stats out there about alcoholism in the legal field, but has anyone else significantly decreased their alcohol use? I find it almost impossible to put in bill billable hours while drinking like I used to