Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA Announce Launch of New Cloud Audit and Security Certificate

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Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA announce the launch of a new certificate security and cloud auditing. Your goal is be the industry’s first “global, vendor-neutral technical credential”.

The Certificate of Cloud Auditing Knowledge (CCAK) aims “Fill a gap in the industry for competent technical professionals who can help organizations mitigate risk and optimize ROI in the cloud.”

The certification is based on the CCSK already available from CSA, and is designed to supplement offers of ISACA as the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).

Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA Announce Launch of New Cloud Audit and Security Certificate

CCAK offers the best possible solution for effective cloud assessment and auditing when preparing IT and security professionals to ensure internal requirements are met. It also makes sure the proper controls are in place, according to the companies. This includes mitigate audit management risks and costs, as well as leading organizations through the successful adoption and management of the cloud while maintaining customer trust.

Certification also includes different areas of technology sets and implementation frameworks. Some examples are DevOps or Continuous Integrations and Delivery (CI / CD).

Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA Announce Launch of New Cloud Audit and Security Certificate

The introduction of CCAK is a important milestone in delivering the necessary expertise to enable professionals to objectively assess critical cloud assurance issues “. This was said by Daniele Catteddu, Chief Technology Officer for the Cloud Security Alliance. “Cloud Security Alliance is proud of our collaboration with ISACA to create this high-quality credential that it can be used by individuals, companies and regulatory bodies around the world. It will serve to raise the foundation for security, governance and compliance in cloud computing. ”

The cost of the exam is $ 395 for CSA and ISACA members and $ 495 for non-members. In addition, a associated study guide will cost us $ 59 or $ 70 respectively. You can find more information about the CCAK in this link.