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This intermediate Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control training prepares security technicians to take the CRISC exam, which is the one exam required to earn the Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control certification.
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.
For anyone who manages information systems controls training, this ISACA training can be used for CRISC exam prep, onboarding new security technicians, individual or team training plans, or as a ISACA reference resource.
CRISC: What You Need to Know
This Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control training has videos that cover topics such as:
- Decreasing the number of system vulnerabilities with effective incident identification
- Writing and disseminating security governance models
- Assessing the likelihood of security breaches and performing risk calculations
- Performing cost-benefit analyses of risk reduction approaches
- Incorporating information system controls installation costs to threat analysis
Who Should Take CRISC Training?
This CRISC training is considered professional-level ISACA training, which means it was designed for security managers and auditors with three to five years of experience with information systems controls.
New or aspiring security technicians. If you're a new security technician, you should be looking for ways to set yourself apart in your career field. One of the best ways to do that is by specializing your knowledge according to your organization. If your employer maintains a large network, with this training you can be validated and certified as an expert in evaluating and managing the unique cyber risks that network and organization are vulnerable to.
Experienced security technicians. If you've been working as a security technician for several years already, this training is perfect if you already know you're interested in moving away from implementing security solutions and want to work in security assessments and risk calculations. This Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control training will prepare you for a career that focuses on anticipating IT vulnerabilities and recommending preventative measures. And that's a job best performed by someone with years of experience implementing those measures.
Skills You'll Learn in this Course
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