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    Default CGEIT after taking CISA and CISM

    I already have CISA and CISM can anyone suggest if CGEIT can be a good addition as well? I'm practicing risk assurance and in the future I wanted to do high level governance. Would this certification help me prepare for that path?
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    I beleive it would, I took the same direction.
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    Thanks Mat, at least noe I know someone else is taking the same direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankMat74 View Post
    I beleive it would, I took the same direction.
    I've done the CISM, CRISC and thinking about attempting CGEIT in July for the governance component. I'm not sure if should do the CISA as I've done ISO27001 Lead Auditor already and don't really plan on getting into the auditing area. But I'm considering it just for the knowledge and to be more well rounded. The extra $80 dues doesn't sound too good though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by corpsec View Post
    I've done the CISM, CRISC and thinking about attempting CGEIT in July for the governance component. I'm not sure if should do the CISA as I've done ISO27001 Lead Auditor already and don't really plan on getting into the auditing area. But I'm considering it just for the knowledge and to be more well rounded. The extra $80 dues doesn't sound too good though...
    You've got some impressive certs already. If you're not going into auditing, I'd skip the CISA. The CGEIT would compliment your ISSMP and CISM nicely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andhow View Post
    You've got some impressive certs already. If you're not going into auditing, I'd skip the CISA. The CGEIT would compliment your ISSMP and CISM nicely.
    Thanks for your feedback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corpsec View Post
    I've done the CISM, CRISC and thinking about attempting CGEIT in July for the governance component. I'm not sure if should do the CISA as I've done ISO27001 Lead Auditor already and don't really plan on getting into the auditing area. But I'm considering it just for the knowledge and to be more well rounded. The extra $80 dues doesn't sound too good though...
    Hey corpsec, very impressive certifications you got there. May I know what is your job?
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