What to do after CISA?

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[strong]I want to become an IT Auditor and want to come to a [em]management level[/em]? What course should I do afer finishing CISA that will help me grow financially, and will increase my salary?How can I come to a management level in a company/bank?Please help me find the right path. I want to know what I am doing is right and how do I achieve my Goal?[/strong]

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Career progression for IT auditors varies based on the needs of the organization that hired you. However, to improve your chances for achieving your managerial aspirations as well as financial goals, I suggest you acquire an advance degree (e.g. M.B.A., M.Sc., M.Comm., L.L.B. or J.D.) and obtain professional experience in as many different audit areas as possible (e.g. IT Governance, Systems and Infrastructure Lifecycle Management, IT Service Delivery and Support, Protection of Information Assets, and Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery).

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Here are things you can do to increase your salary. Don't focus on salary alone though...it's a very short term motivator. The most important thing is to do something you love.
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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    Start your career without bothering about these issues. Once you get into the real world your career growth will automatically start happening and will keep driving you towards a right path by telling you what are your strengths and weaknesses. Those will then be more important issues for you.
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