Anyone who wants to do IT auditing will benefit from the CISA, and as long as you're going to be involved with...
that organization anyway, it makes sense to pursue your InfoSec credential there as well (which should qualify you for various discounts on training and membership, if memory serves correctly). The ISACA also offers pointers to quality training in these subjects, and will help you identify what you must know and be able to do to earn these certifications.
Best of luck in your studies and on your exams.
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