CRISC

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ISACA's Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) certification indicates expertise in identifying and managing enterprise IT risk and implementing and maintaining information systems controls.

OVERVIEW

The course utilises the official ISACA CRISC preparation course material, going through each of the 4 CRISC Domains:

Risk Management

IT Risk Assessment

Risk Response and Mitigation

Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting

The course is run by the ISACA Central UK Chapter and as such is priced to provide good quality education to our members, at a cost-effective price as a benefit to our members. With the closer cooperation between the UK and Ireland Chapters, the Central UK Chapter has now extended this benefit to the members of all the UK and Ireland Chapters.

THE TRAINER

Mike is a Director of Prism RA, having many years experience of delivering risk advisory and assurance services. This has included 8 years in mainstream IT and over 27 years in the area of Technology Risk Advisory. This includes 20 years with KPMG, where Mike held a number of senior appointments, including being the Midlands Service Line Lead for Information/Cyber Security. Mike plays a leadership role with ISACA, both at the Local and International levels. Mike has served on the Board of Central UK since its formation.

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COURSE MATERIALS

WHATS INCLUDED
This cost includes the course material in electronic form. We also provide additional material which can be referred to after the course, to extend the attendees knowledge

DURATION
3 Days

CERTIFICATION
CRISC exam preparation

PREREQUISITES
The examination is open to all individuals who have an interest in information systems audit, control and security. All are encouraged to work toward and take the examination

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