Complete Guide to the CITP Body of Knowledge - CITP Exam Review Course
An in-depth and comprehensive review of the topics covered on the CITP exam.
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Troy Fine, Tommie Singleton, Jim Bourke
Enhance your knowledge base in today's marketplace.
Are you looking for tools to help you prepare for the CITP Exam? Fully updated to align with the new CITP Body of Knowledge, this self-study CPE course offers an in-depth and comprehensive review that is closely aligned with the outline of topics covered on the CITP exam.
The only CITP exam review program backed by the resources and collective expertise of accounting professionals associated with the AICPA, this course captures their specific skills, proficiency and experience in the following areas:
- Information security and cyber risks
- Business intelligence, data management and analytics
- IT governance, risks and controls
Featuring illustrative examples and explanations that make abstract concepts come to life for both accounting professionals and students, this course will ultimately help you understand and successfully navigate today's technology-driven marketplace.
Note: Passing this self-study course does not guarantee the candidate of successfully passing the CITP exam. This course addresses most of the subjects on the CITP Content Specification Outline and is not meant to teach topics to the candidate for the first time. A significant amount of independent reading and study will be necessary to prepare for the exam, regardless of whether the candidate completes this self-study course or not.
CITP Exam Content: Visit the CITP credential page for information on CITP Exam content, format, and study material.
- CITP credential candidates (professionals and students)
- Accounting professionals
- Technology employees
- Leaders and executives
- Technology managers
- Anyone with responsibilities in finance
- Policy administrators
- IT staff
- Information security governance
- Cybersecurity risk management
- SOC for cybersecurity
- Data management
- Data analysis and reporting
- Business intelligence management
- IT governance and strategy
- IT risks, process and controls
- System and organization controls reporting
- Identify the key areas of information security, including strategy, policies and procedures, control environments and business continuity and disaster recovery.
- Determine the major threat vectors for systems, including cyber adversaries, the cybercrime economy and various types of attacks.
- Differentiate the various types of data analytics, the tools and procedures to perform an analysis and the methods of reporting and performance indicators.
- Differentiate the various forms of technology disruptors, including cloud technology, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence.
- Recognize the objectives, strategic planning, implementation, and management of the IT function within an organization as well as mitigation of risk.
- Differentiate various IT frameworks, including COSO and COBIT, and apply the integration of frameworks with IT assessments.
- Determine key control areas for IT assessments, including IT general controls, application, business process and change management controls.
- Identify the purposes for SOC reporting, the users of SOC reports and the responsibilities of user auditors.
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