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    Default ISACA Experience Endorsement June 2015

    CISM Application/Payment Email Sent - July 17
    ISACA Certificate Auto Reply - July 17
    ISACA Confirm Receipt of CISM Application - July 20th
    ISACA Confirm Receipt 2 of CISM Application - July 21th
    -Application Status: Unreviewed
    -Certification Status: Application Submitted
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    I am not sure if I qualify for CISA as I "implement" and do not "evaluate" things as required in the Task Statements.

    I sent ISACA an e-mail, waiting for a response.
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    Hi

    I Just got my CISM Passed.

    I am preparing my CISM application, do you know the experience verification process? Do I need to find a CISM/CISA Certified person to verify my InfoSec experiences?

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    You will get a letter from ISACA instructing you to go on their website & download the experience paperwork, or you can fill it out on line. You need someone to vouch for you.(A former or current boss is best) It's a bit difficult as most people aren't too fond of putting themselves on the line, for no personal benefit. ISACA's verification is a bit more difficult than ISC2's (CISSP), as it is quite detailed, and if they have any question at all, they send it back to you for further clarification. Each cert has a different form, and different requirements, and it gets a bit mucky if you earn 2 or 3 from them. (I have a CISA, CISM & CRISC).
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill clancy View Post
    You will get a letter from ISACA instructing you to go on their website & download the experience paperwork, or you can fill it out on line. You need someone to vouch for you.(A former or current boss is best) It's a bit difficult as most people aren't too fond of putting themselves on the line, for no personal benefit. ISACA's verification is a bit more difficult than ISC2's (CISSP), as it is quite detailed, and if they have any question at all, they send it back to you for further clarification. Each cert has a different form, and different requirements, and it gets a bit mucky if you earn 2 or 3 from them. (I have a CISA, CISM & CRISC).

    Thanks for the information.
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    Is Isaca planning on changing the endorsement process any time soon? This is really an outdated way of operating.
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    Probably not... IMO that process is pretty emblematic of their approach to things, i.e., the way it's always been done. They don't see any need to change it.
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    ISACA Confirm Receipt of CISM Application - July 20th
    -Application Status: Unreviewed
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    Default Task Statement for CISM Verification

    Does anyone know whether we need to check all the boxes on each statement? Or just need to check some of the boxes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wd40 View Post
    I am not sure if I qualify for CISA as I "implement" and do not "evaluate" things as required in the Task Statements.

    I sent ISACA an e-mail, waiting for a response.
    I received an elastic response to a specific question.

    Basically I can claim that I have experience and need to get it verified ..

    denw:

    For CISA certification, you need experience in at least one job practice domain. There are no specific number of tasks that you need to check off. You will need to check off any and all tasks that apply to your work. You will, of course, need to have this work verified.


    So you just need to check some boxes.



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    hi guys, need some help with the application if you could help me out.

    i have passed the june exam and now completed the application, managers verified my experience, scanned the signed copy and have the pdf.

    i am sending the pdf to certification@isaca.org correct?

    and then? i have to pay? where? they are going to send me an email back asking me to pay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by acomo View Post
    hi guys, need some help with the application if you could help me out.

    i have passed the june exam and now completed the application, managers verified my experience, scanned the signed copy and have the pdf.

    i am sending the pdf to certification@isaca.org correct?

    and then? i have to pay? where? they are going to send me an email back asking me to pay?

    thanks
    never mind i got it and payed, my current status:





    13 June exam date
    17 July email - pass exam
    28 July send application
    28 July received auto-reply email
    29 July paid the 50usd fee
    29 July received the confirmation email, waiting for accreditation (max 8 weeks)
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    Quote Originally Posted by acomo View Post
    never mind i got it and payed, my current status:





    13 June exam date
    17 July email - pass exam
    28 July send application
    28 July received auto-reply email
    29 July paid the 50usd fee
    29 July received the confirmation email, waiting for accreditation (max 8 weeks)
    The "We recently received your application for the CISM certificate" email I received said processing up to 3 weeks. Did yours say 8 weeks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by corpsec View Post
    The "We recently received your application for the CISM certificate" email I received said processing up to 3 weeks. Did yours say 8 weeks?
    yeap 8 weeks.
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    In my case I received a first email with "8 weeks" and one day later another email with "3 weeks", this is my timeline:
    13 June exam date
    17 July email - pass exam
    17 July 30 minutes later, application fee paid & application sent
    17 July received auto-reply email
    20 July received email “Thank you for your email. I can confirm receipt of your CISA application. Should any additional documents be needed, we will be in contact with you. This processing can take up to 8 weeks….”
    21 July received email “The processing of your application has begun and the time needed to complete it (up to 3 weeks)…”
    30 July Application Status: Unreviewed
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    Quote Originally Posted by csicilia View Post
    In my case I received a first email with "8 weeks" and one day later another email with "3 weeks", this is my timeline:
    13 June exam date
    17 July email - pass exam
    17 July 30 minutes later, application fee paid & application sent
    17 July received auto-reply email
    20 July received email “Thank you for your email. I can confirm receipt of your CISA application. Should any additional documents be needed, we will be in contact with you. This processing can take up to 8 weeks….”
    21 July received email “The processing of your application has begun and the time needed to complete it (up to 3 weeks)…”
    30 July Application Status: Unreviewed
    I just double checked and the first thank you email, also said 8 weeks and the 2nd processing email that came in the next day said 3 weeks =) So I suspect latest will be Aug 11th if everything goes smoothly !
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    I am yet to submit my application..
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    How much exemption I can claim for following:
    * 8 years External Audit Experience - mostly Financial
    * 2 years Internal Audit Experience - mainly Financial & Operational.
    * B.Com - 2 years.
    * CA, CIA, CFE.
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    wd40:

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wd40 View Post
    I received an elastic response to a specific question.

    Basically I can claim that I have experience and need to get it verified ..

    denw:



    So you just need to check some boxes.
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    wd40:

    Thank you!
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    Default Certification Approval

    Has anyone received any updates on their CISM Application? I received the application confirmation with the 3 week timeframe on July 21st and the myISACA site still says application submitted, but no word since then.
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    My application status still appears as "Unreviewed" and I sent it and paid it 30 minutes after receiving the email will the pass.
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    It seems that they are experiencing a large backlog of inquiries. I submitted my application on 2nd Aug; the application confirmation states 8 weeks

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    The processing of your application has begun and the time needed to complete it (up to 8 weeks) "
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    Kindly let me know how can I submit my CISA Certification Application and How to pay the fee?
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    It is in your exam results email.

    Go to Apply for CISA Certification
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