Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control

Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) is a certification for information technology professionals with experience in managing IT risks, awarded by ISACA. To gain this certification, candidates must pass a written examination and have at least eight years of information technology or business experience, with a minimum of three years work experience in at least three CRISC domains.

The intent of the certification is to provide a common body of knowledge for information technology/systems risk management, and to recognize the knowledge of enterprise and IT risk that a wide range of IT and Business practitioners have acquired, as well as the capability to: design, implement and maintain information system (IS) controls, to mitigate IS/IT risks.

The CRISC requires demonstrated knowledge in five functional areas or ‘domains’ of IT risk management:

  • Risk identification, assessment and evaluation
  • Risk response
  • Risk monitoring
  • Information systems control, design and implementation
  • IS control, monitoring and maintenance

CRISCs bring additional professionalism to any organization by demonstrating a quantifiable standard of knowledge, pursuing continuing education, and adhering to a standard of ethical conduct established by ISACA.

CRISC employees:

  • Build greater understanding about the impact of IT risk and how it relates to the overall organization
  • Assure development of more effective plans to mitigate risk
  • Establish a common perspective and language about IT risk that can set the standard for the enterprise

ISACA draws on a global network of leading professionals to develop its certification programs. With access to experts around the world, ISACA is defining how IT risk is managed in current and future business environments

Sapience offers a comprehensive and in depth training experience to prepare candidates for their CRISC certification

Course Fees

SGD$3650

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