ISG  FUTMINNA

The ISACA Student Group Federal University of Technology, Minna (ISG  FUTMinna)  is affiliated with the Abuja Chapter of ISACA hereinafter referred to as the Professional Chapter which supports and encourages members of the ISG. The ISG is also affiliated with ISACA International, hereinafter referred to as the Association, which provides student members with benefits, online resources and support for the student organization. The ISG is a student group, the purpose of which is to expand recognition of the Information Technology (CYBER) Security, Audit, Assurance, Governance disciplines by extending education beyond the classroom on standards, practices and certifications through student Educational and social empowerment. Visit ISG here

The ISG is a student group, the purpose of which is to expand recognition of the Information Technology (CYBER) Security, Audit, Assurance, Governance disciplines by extending education beyond the classroom on standards, practices and certifications through student Educational and social empowerment. Also, to promote knowledge related to Security Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing and Forensic examination. More specifically, the objectives of the ISG are the same as listed in the Professional Chapter and the Association’s by-laws:

  1. To promote the education of and help expand the knowledge and skills of its members in the interrelated fields of Information Technology governance, Information System audit, security, control and assurance;
  2. To encourage a free exchange of Information Technology governance, Information System audit, security, control and assurance techniques, approaches, and problem solving by its members;
  3. To promote adequate communication to keep members abreast of current events in Information Technology governance, Information System audit, security, control and assurance that can be beneficial to them and their employers;
  4. To communicate to management, auditors, universities and to Information System professionals the importance of establishing controls necessary to ensure proper Information Technology governance and the effective organization and utilization of Information Technology resources; and
  5. To promote the Association’s professional certifications and Information Technology governance.

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