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CRISC is the only certification that prepares and enables IT professionals for the unique challenges of IT and enterprise risk management, and positions them to become strategic partners to the enterprise QA is proud to be an official ISACA partner. The official Certified Risk Information Systems Control (CRISC) certification is a powerful manifestation of proficiency and expertise regarding various areas of risk. As well as this, CRISC demonstrates a commitment to IT security operations and enterprises, and a willingness to deliver quality within their profession. CRISC has been established as one of the most desirable and preferable IT security certifications worldwide. The CRISC designation is designed for IT risk, control and compliance practitioners, business analysts, project managers and other resected professionals. The highly respected certification demonstrates to employers that the holder is able to identify and evaluate IT risk, and help their enterprise accomplish its business objectives. CRISC has received over 15 global recognitions.
Delegates will receive an official ISACA CRISC exam voucher to take the exam post course.
Types of risk may vary, but with its key role as an agent of innovation, technology has become the most critical risk factor for today’s enterprises. Since, conducting a risk assessment is not something a typical information technology education includes, many IT professionals are lacking in knowledge that businesses increasingly deem imperative to determining their future success.
Since its introduction in 2010, more than 24,000 professionals have obtained ISACA®’s Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control™ (CRISC™) certification. The designation demonstrates to employers that the holder is able to identify, evaluate and manage information systems and technology risk, and help enterprises achieve their business objectives.
1. Identifying IT Risk
2. Assessing IT Risk
3. Risk Response and Mitigation
4. Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting
Professional experience within risk management/control for a minimum of 3 years is required for CRISC certification. You should have taken the QACRISC training and be familiar with the CRISC job practice domains before taking the exam.
The CRISC exam will focus on the four domains of Certified Risk Information Systems Control. The CRISC domains encompasses:
Domain 1: Risk Identification
Domain 2: Risk Assessment
Domain 3: Risk Response and Mitigation
Domain 4: Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting
Delegates will receive an official ISACA CRISC exam voucher to take the exam post course. The exam tests delegate's knowledge of the four CRISC domains: Risk Identification, Risk Assessment, Risk Response and Mitigation, and Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting. It is marked using a 200-800 point scale, with 450 being the passing mark. The Certified Risk and Information Systems Control examination is a CBT (Computer-Based Testing) exam, which has 3 testing windows per year.
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