ISACA Kenya is a not-for-profit, non-union association of professionals in the IT-related industry founded in Kenya in December 1999 by a group of volunteers. The chapter was registered in April 2000 and has since experienced tremendous growth in membership, once earning global recognition for achieving the second highest annual percentage growth in membership worldwide.

ISACA Kenya is one of more than 200 local chapters in more than 160 countries affiliated to ISACA, the leading Information Technology association of individual members in more than 170 countries.

Our members are committed to support enterprise objectives through development, provision and promotion of research, standards, competencies and practices for the effective governance, control and assurance of information systems and technology. To learn more about ISACA Kenya’s mission and objectives, see the Chapter By-laws.

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Introducing COBIT 5 – Governance & Management of Enterprise IT

The latest edition of ISACA’s globally accepted framework, providing an end-to-end business view of the governance of enterprise IT that reflects the central role of information and technology in creating value for enterprises.
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An Article on elections credibility by David Kyalo

Information Security is becoming something we cannot ignore or sweep under the rug. The impact and consequences of weak information security controls have been felt across different realms in recent days. From businesses to military and now elections. Information Security cuts across the board!

For instance, last year’s USA elections were riddled with claims that the elections had been hacked. However, it is worth noting that the claims contain no evidence that the hackers were successful in manipulating the physical vote count. Rather, the reports suggest that the hackers gained access to confidential information and leaked it influencing the voter’s judgement and choice.


ISACA membership and its certification programs are globally accepted and recognized. In fact, independent studies continue to demonstrate that holding an ISACA designation enhances professional recognition, credibility and earning potential.

ISACA members have direct access to research, certifications and products that align systems and strategy.

ISACA membership and certification signifies to employers and peers that an individual is:

  • Dedicated to industry-accepted practices and high professional standards
  • Serious about enhancing their professional knowledge and skills
  • Connected with the standards, resources and global network of colleagues that only ISACA can provide.
  • ISACA Certifications are CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, COBIT 5 CSX Nexus.


ISACA offers educational events that meet the needs of all IT professionals.

From face-to-face conferences, including its Flagship Annual Conference ,Training Weeks, Talks and Workshops, ISACA is committed to providing its members and constituents with the resources they need to keep their professional skills and knowledge up-to-date.

Upcoming Events:



Evening Talk

DATE: 18th January 2018.

VENUE: Fairmont, The Norfolk.

Charges: Members – 1,500

Non members – 2,000


Cybersecurity Hands-on Workshop

DATE: 19th – 23rd  February 2018

VENUE: Nairobi

Charges: Members – Ksh. 92,800

Non members – Ksh. 98,600.


COBIT 5 Foundation & Implementer Course and Exams

DATE: 5th – 9th March 2018

VENUE: Nairobi

Charges: Members – Ksh.197,200.

Non members – Ksh. 208,800




ISACAKenya Chapter were recently awarded the Silver Level Website Award in recognition of their effort to enhance their local website.

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Upcoming Events

 1. Breakfast Talk
  Topic: Mitigating Risk Factors of IT Projects Failure
   Date: 22nd February 2018
   Venue: Nairobi Safari Club,
   Members – Ksh.3,500
   Non-members – Ksh. 4,000
   CPE Hours: 3
2. Practical Cybersecurity Hands-on Workshop
   Date:  19th – 23rd February 2018
  Venue:  Nairobi
  Members – Ksh. 92,800
  Non- members Ksh. 98,600
  CPE Hours:  35.
3.  COBIT 5 Foundation & Implementer 
    Date: 5th – 9th March 2018
    Venue: Nairobi
    Members –           Ksh. 197,200
    Non – members – Ksh. 208,800
    CPE Hours: 35
4. Evening Talk:
  Topic: Understanding Block Chain Technology.
  Date: 22nd March 2018
  Venue:  Fairmont, The Norfolk, Nairobi.
  Members:        Ksh. 1,500
  Non-members: Ksh. 2,000
 CPE Hours: 2
5. IT Audit (Technical) Training
    Date:  19th – 23rd March 2018
    Venue: Panari Hotel, Nairobi
         Members –           Ksh. 92,800
         Non – members – Ksh. 98,600
    CPE Hours: 35


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ISACA Kenya Chapter President, Denis Muli Mutinda.

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Event Partners

ISACA has partnered with various corporates, institutions and government agencies and ministries to bring in events, trainings and workshops along the year. Some of our partners are ICT Authority, Ministry of ICT, Safaricom, BTP, I&M Bank, Kenya Revenue Authority…and many more
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