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CRISC Prep Course Training


What CRISC Prep Course training is all about?

CRISC Prep Course Training is a highly comprehensive technical course designed to help professionals understand all four domains of ISACA CRISC (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control) exam. It teaches you to identify the risk management principles and strategies aligned with ERM (Enterprise Risk Management) strategy and support of business objectives. This training program aims at guiding people to analyze IT risk to figure out the likelihood and influence of business accomplishments to level up the risk-based decision making.

Professionals can utilize this course to pass the CRISC exam or gain personal knowledge and understand concepts more effectively. This technical course is applicable for IT and risk professionals, project managers, business analysts, compliance professionals, and any individual tasked with evaluating, identifying, and mitigating organization tasks. CRISC Prep Course Training will leave you fully prepared to attain your CRISC certification and help you learn and master all the four domains of ISACA.

Schedule
  • Delivery Format:
Date: Sep 28, 2020 | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
Location: Online
$2395 USD
  • Delivery Format:
Date: Nov 16, 2020 | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
Location: Online
$2395 USD
What are the course objectives for CRISC Prep Course training?
  • Identifying the IT risk management plan in support of business alignment and aims within the ERM strategy.
  • Evaluating and analyzing IT risks to fix the prospects and impacts on business objectives.
  • Reporting and Monitoring on IT risk controls to related stakeholders.
Who should attend CRISC Prep Course training?

This course is recommended for the professionals who wants to become CRISC certified. The primary audience for this training are Risk practitioners, Consultants, Security Managers, Risk Officers, Chief Compliance, CIOs, CISOs, CEOs, CFOs.

However, the secondary audience for this course are Chief Audit Executives, Audit heads and partners.

What is the course outline for CRISC Prep Course training?
  • 1. Introduction to the ISACA CRISC Exam
  • a). Class Overview
  • b). CRISC Domains
  • c). Test Registration
  • 2. Risk Identification
  • a). Good Practices for Risk Management
  • b). Components of Risk Management
  • c). Methods for Risk Identification
  • d). Risk Culture and Communication
  • e). The Businesses IT Risk Structure
  • f). Risk Principles and Concepts
  • g). Vulnerabilities and Threats
  • h). Assets
  • i). Threats
  • j). Vulnerabilities
  • k). Vulnerability Assessment
  • l). Pen Testing
  • m). Probability/Likelihood
  • n). IT Risk
  • o). IT Risk Scenarios
  • p). Ownership and Accountability
  • q). Other Risk Concepts
  • r). Risk Awareness
  • 3. IT Risk Assessment
  • a). Risk Assessment vs. Risk Identification
  • b). Techniques for Risk Assessment
  • c). Risk Scenarios
  • d). Analyzing the Current State of Controls
  • e). Risk and Control Analysis
  • f). Risk Analysis Techniques
  • g). Incident Response
  • h). Business Risk
  • i). Risk Associated with Enterprise Architecture
  • j). Management of Data
  • k). Emerging Technologies and Threats
  • l). Industry Trends
  • m). Third Party Management
  • n). Project and Program Management
  • o). SDLC
  • p). Recovery and Business Continuity
  • q). Risk Assessment Reports
  • r). Ownership of Risk and Accountability
  • s). Communication of Report Results
  • 4. Risk Response
  • a). Risk Response and Business Objectives Alignment
  • b). Response Options
  • c). Techniques for Analysis
  • d). New Controls and Related Vulnerabilities
  • e). A Risk Action Plan
  • f). Techniques for BPR
  • g). Design and Implementation of Controls
  • h). Control Monitoring
  • i). Inherent and Residual Risk
  • j). Control Objectives Practices and Metrics
  • k). Cryptography as a Control
  • l). Control Design and Implementation
  • m). Emerging Technologies and Controls
  • n). Ownership of Controls
  • o). Management Procedures and Documentation
  • p). Response and Action Plan
  • 5. Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting
  • a). Key Risk Indicators
  • b). Risk Management Life Cycle
  • c). Key Performance and Goal Indicators
  • d). Data Collection and Extracting Techniques
  • e). Changes in Risk Profile
  • f). Monitoring Controls
  • g). Control Assessment Types
  • h). Control Assessment Results
  • i). Risk Profile Changes
  • 6. Test Review
  • a). Key Risk Indicators
  • b). Test Review
  • c). Test Registration
  • d). Test Preparation
  • e). Certification Maintenance