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In order to become a Certified Information Security Manager, a professional must have undertaken a management-focused certification from the ISACA. Once certified, the professional will have all the qualifications to demonstrate how well they are experienced with international security practices and their knowledge on the skill sets needed to protect sensitive data.  

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Posted Job Title Salary / Daily Rate Location Type
Posted19/10/2017 Salary / Daily Rate€70,000-€80,000 LocationDublin TypePermanent
Posted18/10/2017 Salary / Daily RateNegotiable LocationDublin City Centre TypeContract
Posted17/10/2017 Salary / Daily Rate€50,000 - €55,000 LocationDublin City Centre TypePermanent
Posted13/10/2017 Salary / Daily Rate€400 - €420 LocationDublin City Centre TypeContract
Posted9/10/2017 Salary / Daily RateNegotiable LocationDublin TypePermanent
Posted2/10/2017 Salary / Daily Rate€60,000 LocationDublin City TypePermanent
Posted29/09/2017 Salary / Daily Rate€65,000-€70,000 LocationDublin TypePermanent
Posted27/09/2017 Salary / Daily RateNegotiable LocationDublin City Centre TypePermanent
Posted25/09/2017 Salary / Daily RateNegotiable LocationDublin City Centre TypeContract
Posted25/09/2017 Salary / Daily Rate€65,000-€80,000 LocationDublin TypePermanent
Posted22/09/2017 Salary / Daily RateNegotiable LocationCo. Meath TypePermanent

One of the benefits of undertaking the ISACA qualification to become a CISA is that it is globally accepted. With the demand for skilled professionals in the information security sector, the certification is recognised by enterprises and government agencies, and it is increasingly expected for IT professionals to hold this qualification.

Jobs that will need an ISACA qualification include: