Introduced in 2007, the CGEIT designation is the third certification offered by ISACA. Designed for professionals who manage, provide advisory and/or assurance services and/or who otherwise support the governance of an enterprise’s IT and who wish to be recognised for their IT governance-related experience and knowledge. CGEIT is based on the IT Governance Institute’s (ITGI’s) intellectual property and the input of subject matter experts around the world.
CGEIT focuses on:
- IT governance frameworks
- Strategic alignment
- Resource management
- Risk management
- Performance measurement
- Value delivery
To earn the CGEIT designation, candidates are required to:
- Prove at least five years of experience supporting the governance of an enterprise’s information technology. This experience can be achieved entirely through IT governance experience, or through a combination of IT governance experience and management experience.
- Pass the CGEIT exam
- Adhere to the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics
- Agree to comply with the CGEIT Continuing Education Policy
More information can be viewed at www.isaca.org/cgeit.