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CRISC Crash Course – 4 Day training Starting 12 July 21
July 12, 2021 - July 15, 2021
There are 150 multiple choice questions to be answered to pass CRISC exam. There is no negative marking though. ISACA grades the right answers scored at a scale of 200 to 800, 450 and above is the passing grade.
Domain content areas:
- Domain 1—IT Risk Identification – (27%)
- Domain 2—IT Risk Assessment – (28%)
- Domain 3—Risk Response Mitigation – (23%)
- Domain 4—Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting – (22%)
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How Do You Get CRISC Certified?
Considering all of the benefits, you’re no doubt wondering how to go about getting ISACA CRISC certification eligibility. Here’s what you need to do to gain certification in risk and information systems control:
- Pass the CRISC examination.
- Gain experience in IT risk management and information systems control; a minimum of three years of cumulative work experience as a CRISC professional across at least two of the four CRISC domains. One of the two required domains must be either Domain 1 or 2. Note that there are no experience waivers or substitutions. You have to put in the work! All work experience must be verified independently by your employers.
- Complete and submit a CRISC Application for Certification. The work experience must be earned within the ten years preceding the certification application date, or within five years from the date that you passed the examination.
- Adhere to the Code of Professional Ethics, designed to maintain standards for professional and personal conduct. This includes not disclosing information gained while fulfilling one’s duties unless required to do so by law. The member must perform their duties professionally, with due diligence and objectivity in keeping with best practices and professional standards. Finally, they must maintain a high level of conduct, character, and standards at all times.
- Adhere to the Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Policy, which requires an annual minimum of 20 contact hours of CPE, plus maintenance fees. Certified CRISC professionals must log a minimum of 120 required contact hours during a fixed, three-year period.
How Much Does the Exam Cost?
The CRISC exam cost is USD 575 for ISACA members and USD 760 for non-members. Exam fees are not transferable nor refundable. ISACA is offering the CRISC examination at your home as “Remote Proctering” and also at select centres in your city. Currently ISACA is offering 50% discount on Membership and 10% discount on Exam fees. Visit www.isaca.org for more details