New Course: Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC)
In this 102-video ISACA training, CBT Nuggets trainer Bob Salmans covers the knowledge security technicians need to identify and manage enterprise IT risk by identifying, implementing and maintaining information systems controls that effectively deter and prevent intrusions.
The Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control certification is usually referred to by its acronym, CRISC — just like the organization who issues it, the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, usually only goes by its acronym, ISACA. The CRISC is one of the best ways to prove an IT professional’s risk management proficiency.
If you’re a security technician, there aren’t many better ways to demonstrate your abilities in managing ongoing challenges of enterprise risk and designing risk-based information systems controls than the CRISC. Prepare to analyze, diagnose and forecast enterprise systemic threats and recommend countering them after this training.
The 15-part series covers topics such as decreasing the number of system vulnerabilities with effective incident identification, writing and disseminating security governance models, and assessing the likelihood of security breaches and performing risk calculations.
Watch a video from the series:
The skills that comprise this series include:
Topics this training covers include:
Key Risk Indicators (KRIs)
Digging into LANs
3rd Party Risk Management
Discovering Networking Basics
This training includes:
13 hour of training