Advanced IT Audit School
In this information-packed four-day seminar, we will cover, in depth, key building blocks of modern IT audit, physical and logical security, including identity and access management. We will pay particular attention to the threats and vulnerabilities to web-based e-commerce. We will place special emphasis on discovering best practices and standards for auditing web (HTTP) servers and application servers and walk away with tools, techniques and checklists for discovering and testing web and application server security.
We will also cover auditing database management systems within the context of robust but practical enterprise architecture and governance models and go over web services and service-oriented architectures including SOAP, ReST, SOA and ESB. Together, we will also review safeguard concepts and best practices for secure mobile and wireless applications. We will also discuss standards associated with privacy issues and intellectual property concerns.
Who should attend?
IT auditors with 5+ years of experience, or those tasked with auditing web servers, application servers, database management systems and enterprise architecture
Prerequisites: Intermediate IT Audit School (ITG241) or Network Security Essentials (ASG203) or equivalent experience. Familiarity with basic IT controls terminology and concepts is assumed.
- Identity and Access Control Management (I&ACM) Architecture
- Web Application Architectures
- Auditing Web (HTTP) Servers
- Secure Application Design, Testing and Audit
- Auditing Application (Middleware) Servers
- Auditing Database Management Systems
- Web Services and Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA)
- Mobile Application Security and Audit
- Laws and Standards Affecting IT Audit
Certification / Credits
Completion of this course is worth 32 CPE Credits
Average rating 4.3
Overall, the course provided some good information and checklists to use for future auditing assignments. However, the material did not delve into more recent technologies (i.e...
Facility could be improved - especially break time (snacks and space)
The facilities at the Back Bay Boston were fine. They could have had more large garbage cans available for take out containers, etc. It would have been nice to have more ex...
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