In this course, you'll cover all four domains of the ISACA Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) exam and gain the knowledge and concepts required to obtain CRISC certification.
Since its inception in 2010, the CRISC certification is designed for IT and business professionals who identify and manage risks through the development, implementation, and maintenance of appropriate information systems (IS) controls.
Years of Experience
What you will learn
IT Risk Identification
IT Risk Assessment
Risk Response and Mitigation
Risk Control, Monitoring, and Reporting
At least three years cumulative work experience performing tasks across at least three of the CRISC domains is recommended.
This Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control Certification (CRISC) certification provides in-depth knowledge on the four CISC domains: IT risk assessment, risk and controlling monitoring, reporting, and mitigation and risk response. Enterprise risk management in IT is the key module to an organizational strategy and operations. The CRISC certification guarantees your verified knowledge that you have good in-depth insights and values from an inclusive organization perspective based on both IT control and risks. The certified CRISC holders are capable in establishing communal languages for communication within IT along with stakeholders in enterprise considering risks. After the completion of CRISC certification, you can understand in-depth information about controlling, designing, and implementing the system controls.
Therefore, if you are working as a business analyst, control professional, compliance professional and IT professional this certification will guide to protect, defend and futuristic proof the enterprise systems.
Who Should Attend?
The target audience for this certification are IT professionals, Business analysts, Compliance and Control professionals, Risk professionals and Project managers. However, a professional who knows how to manage company IT controls and risks should surely sign up for this certification.
Recommended the completion of CRISC examination.
Follow the code of Professionalized Ethics.
Follow the CPE program.
Recommended minimum of three years of cumulative working experience to perform tasks being a CRISC professional covered in at least two of four CRISC domains is needed for this certification. However, the two domains are required out of which one must remain in Domain 1 or 2.
Certification Latest Updates
The CPE- CRISC continuing professional education policy necessitates that you should achieve a minimum of 20 CPE hours yearly and 120 CPE hours in every three years.