The technical knowledge and practices that CRISC evaluates and promotes are the building blocks of victory in the field. After qualifying for CRISC certification, a professional can be hired as a senior IT auditor, security engineer architect, IT security analyst, or information assurance program manager.
The CRISC is designed for professionals who have three years of experience in professional-level risk control and management. To get the CRISC credential, a professional must: Concur to abide by the CRISC Continuing Education Policy Pass the CRISC exam Stick to the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics.
Domain 1: Governance
Module 1: Organisational Governance
Module 2: Risk Governance
Domain 2: IT Risk Assessment
Module 3: IT Risk Identification
Module 4: IT Risk Analysis, Evaluation and Assessment
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Domain 3: Risk Response and Reporting
Module 5: Risk Response
Module 6: Control, Design and Implementation
Module 7: Risk Monitoring and Reporting
Domain 4: Information Technology and Security
Module 8: Information Technology Principles
Module 9: Information Security Principles
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This training course is ideal for anyone who wants to develop their knowledge and skills of managing IT risk and information security controls within their organization successfully.