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Database Auditing Courses
Auditing database activity is a core component to any company data governance. A company policy often set up auditing for security, privacy, or protection purposes, for example, to ensure that those without the permission to access information do not access it. It involves observing a database so as to be aware of the actions of database users. These actions requires to track and analyze any database activity including database security, access and usage, data creation, change or deletion. To become a database auditor, you need to learn Database (such as Oracle DBMS, MS SQL Server, etc) and CAATs (such as ACL, IDEA etc) .
Course Outline
Fundamental 24 CPE Credits
 Understanding Database
 Legal and Ethical Issues for Computer Auditors
 Access and Extract Data from Database
 Workshop: Computer Auditing for Phantom User Account in the Database
 Workshop: Computer Auditing for Sod in the Database
 Workshop: Computer Auditing for Audit Log Trail in the Database
 Hands-On Experiment and Course Project
Recommended Training Methodology
These causes are practical training courses. The course must choose a CAATs, such as ACL, IDEA etc., and a DBMS, such as Oracle, MS SQL, DB2, etc. as the course major tools to teach students. The use of case studies and projects are highly recommended. After the fundamental course, students can join an examination to earn a CDAP designation.

Prerequisite Knowledge

Specifically, students must thoroughly understand CAATs and DBMS.

ICAEA--International Computer Auditing Education Association

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