Do you have any special advice for passing the CISA exam? Do you recommend any special material and/or online courses to prepare for this?
There are some books available on this exam, and I'm pleased to report that the Exam Cram and Exam Prep titles are actually pretty good. Another good one is reportedly under development at Sybex/Wiley by David Cannon, Timothy Bergman, and Brady Pamplin, but won't be ready until February, 2008. If you need to bone up now, reach for the first two; if you can wait, check this one out as well.
HTH, and thanks for asking.
PS: If you visit the ISACA website, they provide pretty good documentation on classroom training and self-study materials for the CISA, so be sure to check those offerings out as well.
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