Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control program indicates an individual's expertise in professional-level to identify and manage enterprise IT risk by implementing and maintaining information systems controls. CRISC certified professionals establish a common language to facilitate communication and understanding between the stakeholders and IT groups by managing IT risk.
Wissenhive's official ISACA CRISC certification course program allows pupils to understand information technology risks: how to defend, protect, and future-proof any enterprise with in-depth coverage on the 4 CRISC domains: Governance, IT Risk Assessment, Risk response & reporting, and Information Technology and Security.
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You can find CRISC job opportunities in roles such as security risk strategist, IT security analyst, information security analyst, IT audit risk supervisor, and technology risk analyst.
Business Analyst, IT
Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Cyber Security Analyst
Project Manager (IT)
Risk Management Manager
Organizational Goals, Strategy, and Objectives
Organizational Roles, Structure, and Responsibilities
Policies and Standards
Risk Management Framework and Enterprise Risk Management
Three Lines of Defense
Regulatory, Legal, and Contractual Requirements
Risk Tolerance and Risk Appetite
Professional Ethics of Risk Management
Risk Events (such as loss result and contributing conditions)
Threat Landscape and Threat Modelling
Control Deficiency Analysis and Vulnerability (root cause analysis)
Risk Assessment Standards, Concepts, and Frameworks
Risk Analysis Methodologies
Risk Scenario Development
Business Impact Analysis
Inherent and Residual Risk
Risk Treatment / Risk Response Options
Third-Party Risk Management
Risk and Control Ownership
Management of Emerging Risk
Issue and Exception Management
Control Selection, Design, and Analysis
Control Standards, Types, and Frameworks
Control Testing and Effectiveness Evaluation
Risk Treatment Plans
Data Aggregation, Collection, Analysis, and Validation
Risk and Control Reporting Techniques (scorecards, heatmap, dashboards)
Risk and Control Monitoring Techniques
Key Risk Indicators (KRIs)
Key Performance Indicators
Key Control Indicators (KCIs)
IT Operations Management
Disaster Recovery Management (DRM)
Business Continuity Management
System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Data Lifecycle Management
Information Security Frameworks, Concepts, and Standards
Information Security Awareness Training
Data Privacy and Data Protection Principle
Wissenhive’s CRISC Certification Course will allow individuals to enhance their skills and gain advanced knowledge understanding enterprise risk, planning, executing, scrutinizing, and retaining information systems controls while focusing on risk: identification, evaluation, assessment, response, and monitoring.
Who should take this course?
The CRISC Certification Course is ideal for IT professionals who are already working or want to make a career as a senior or professional in
CRISC requirements include a minimum of three years of work experience in information security program management in two or more of the CRISC job domains, including either Domain 1 or 2. This experience must be obtained in the 10 years preceding the application or within five years of passing the exam.
Duration: 4 hours
Number of Questions: 150
Question format: Passing grade
Languages available: Multiple Choice 450 out of 800 English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Turkish, Chinese
The CRISC examination is a four-hour (240 minutes) exam consisting of 150 multiple choice questions.
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