2-day CRISC Prep Training
An accelerated prep training for the official ISACA CRISC® Exam
LIVE, INSTRUCTOR LED
May 23-24, 2020
Early bird tuition: $350 (until May 18, 2020)
After early bird: $495
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4 Days of CRISC Training for $525!
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On-Demand Webinars ($525)
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You’ll have access to the CRISC Combo Class Webinar Recording
for up to 3 months!
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4-DAY CRISC COMBO TRAINING
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Taught by International Renowned Security Practitioner:
Krag Brotby CISM, CGEIT
Principal author & editor of the
official ISACA CISM Review Manual
Why Attend this 2-Day Live, Online Training?
If you’re planning to take the CRISC® Exam, then this training is for you!
This intensive LIVE, ONLINE 2-day training specifically focuses on developing the essential examination skills necessary for your success on the CRISC® EXAM, and helps to avoid the mistakes so many make that often result in failure. You will be provided with a set of invaluable tools and approaches that maximize your chance of mastering this difficult exam.
This LIVE, ONLINE training is 12 hours (6 hours per day) dedicated to concepts, definitions, and exam question analysis. This training is highly interactive, providing an intense learning environment where attendees are immersed in exam prep. Approximately two hundred questions are analyzed, and a set of rules and guidelines are provided that will usually give you the best answer.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
This class is taught by renowned security expert, author of the
CISM Review Manual, Krag Brotby CISM, CGEIT
Megamind’s comprehensive hands-on training for the official CRISC® Exam by ISACA,
is taught by Krag Brotby CISM, CGEIT — renowned security expert practitioner, trainer and
author of the CISM® Review Manual. Mr. Brotby’s extensive CISM® knowledge brings a unique teaching perspective when preparing candidates for the complementary, CRISC® exam certification. Specifically focusing on IT professionals whose roles encompass security, operational and compliance considerations.
Krag is the ’go-to’ computer security expert for mastering CRISC and CISM exams. He has successfully trained thousands of exam candidates over the past 14 years.
- Author of the official ISACA CISM Review Manual since 2005.
- Author of the CISM Glossary Document and the CRISC Glossary Document.
- Served on the ISACA Security Practice Development Committee responsible for exam question development.
- Edited the entire 1200 CISM sample question database, creating approximately 800 questions for the ISACA 2016 CISM QAE Book.
- Taught CISM courses globally during the past decade including: the US Pentagon, US Marine Corp, Navy and the Army.
- Frequent security expert practitioner/instructor at conferences globally and lectures on information security governance, metrics, information security management, GRC and CISM exam preparation throughout Oceana, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.
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For maximum benefit, it is recommended that each student purchase and review study materials prior to attending the workshop:
- ISACA CRISC® Review Manual – (latest edition)
- ISACA CRISC® QAE (Questions, Answers & Explanations) Manual (latest edition)
- ISACA CRISC® Practice Questions DB Download
- ISACA Glossary Document
The official ISACA study materials can be purchased directly thru the ISACA bookstore (www.isaca.org).
While the critical concepts are explored during the workshop, the focus is on developing the skills and understanding essential to mastering this unique examination, there is insufficient time to study in depth the manual content during the 2-day class. These topics will, however, be covered in the context of sample exam questions.
CRISC PREP EXAM TRAINING OUTLINE:
(6 hours per day)
Pre-review Sample Exam
Exam Question review and analysis
- Question types and structure
- Question analysis
- Judgment and synthesis
IT Risk Identification
- Risk Management Good Practice
- Methods to Identify Risk
- Risk Culture and Communications
- The Business IT Risk Strategy
- Information Security Risk Concepts and Principles
- Threats and Vulnerabilities Related to Assets
- Risk Related to Organizational Assets and Business Processes
- IT Risk Scenarios
- Ownership and Accountability
- Risk Capacity, Appetite and Tolerance
- Risk Awareness
IT Risk Assessment
- Risk Identification vs Risk Assessment
- Analyzing Risk Scenarios
- Current State of Controls
- Risk and Control Analysis
- Risk Analysis Methodologies
- Documenting Incident Response
- Business-related Risk
- Risk Associated with Enterprise Architecture
- Data Management
- New Threats and Vulnerabilities
- Emerging Technologies
- Industry Trends
- Third Party Management
- Project and Program Management
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Management
- Exception Management Practices
- IT Risk Assessment Report
- Risk Ownership and Accountability
- Communication IT Risk Assessment Results
Risk Response and Mitigation
- Aligning Risk Response with Business Objectives
- Risk Response Options
- Analysis Techniques
- Vulnerabilities Associated with New Controls
- Developing a Risk Action Plan
- Business Process Review Tools and Techniques
- Control Design and Implementation
- Control Monitoring and Effectiveness
- Characteristics of Inherent and Residual Risk
- Control Activities, Objectives, Practices and Metrics
- System Control Design and Implementation
- Impact of Emerging Technologies on Design and Implementation of Controls
- Control Ownership
- Risk Management Procedures and Documentation
- Risk Responses and the Risk Action Plan
Risk Control Monitoring and Reporting
- Key Risk Indicators
- Key Performance Indicators
- Data Collection and Extraction Tools and Techniques
- Changes to the IT Risk Profile
Exam Prep Tips & Techniques
Attendees receive a copy of Krag Brotby’s CRISC Glossary Document.
The CRISC Glossary is an important study tool for must-know terms and definitions, and serves as a handy reference after the CRISC exam, too!
Request a free copy of Krag’s CRISC Glossary: email@example.com.
After the class is held, Megamind provides attendees with:
- All attendees receive a copy of the instructor’s actual slides used for the class.
- Access to the online CRISC training class recording after the class is held.
- Krag’s 100 Sample CRISC Practice Questions & Answers.
- Krag’s Guidance on Your Final Prep Steps for the CRISC exam.
- Megamind Certificate of Completion:
2-Day CRISC Prep Exam Training (12 hours).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CRISC® Prep Exam Training is recommended for IT and business professionals who identify and manage risks, including (but not limited to):
- IT professionals
- Risk professionals
- Business analysts
- Project managers
- Compliance professionals
- Control professionals
ABOUT CRISC® (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control)
The CRISC® certification prepares the IT professional for the challenges of IT and enterprise risk management. Earning a CRISC® helps enterprises to understand business risk, and to have the technical knowledge to implement appropriate IS controls.
The CRISC® focuses on:
- Risk identification, assessment and evaluation.
- Risk response.
- Risk monitoring.
- IS control design and implementation.
CRISC® Examination and Certification Requirements:
The CRISC® exam consists of 150 multiple-choice questions taken over a 4-hour period.
ISACA uses and reports scores on a common scale from 200 to 800. A candidate must receive a score of 450 or higher to pass the exam. A score of 450 represents a minimum consistent standard of knowledge as established by ISACA’s CRISC® Certification Committee.
A CRISC® candidate receiving a passing score may then apply for CRISC® certification provided the following requirements are met:
- CRISC® Certification Job Practice – Effective 2015
- Prove at least three (3) years of cumulative work experience performing tasks of a CRISC® professional across at least two (2) of the four (4) new domains. Of these 2 required domains, one must be in either Domain 1 or 2.
- Successful completion of the CRISC® examination.
- Risk management and information systems control experience.
- Adhere to the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics.
- Agree to comply with the CRISC® Continuing Education Policy.
CRISC® Salary Ranking:
- Certified in Risk and Information Systems (CRISC®) ensures an IT Professional is prepared for the unique challenges of IT and enterprise risk management. CRISC® ranked as the Number 1
highest-paying IT certification based on the 15 Top-Paying Certifications for 2017 IT Skills and Salary Survey conducted by Global Knowledge, with an average salary of US $131,298.
- CRISC® ranked one of the top 6 most sought after Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) certifications by CIO Magazine in 2015.
For a more detailed description regarding CRISC® qualifications and the ISACA CRISC® exam,
visit the ISACA.org website.
2019 CRISC® EXAM DATES:
150 Questions: 4 hours
Megamind does not provide the CRISC EXAM with this training, and it is NOT included in the Megamind course fees.
You must register directly with ISACA (www.isaca.org) for the CRISC Exam.
2019 CRISC® EXAMINATION DATES
- October 1, 2018 – January 24, 2019
- February 2, 2019 – May 24, 2019
- Beginning in June 2019, ISACA will launch a new 365-day exam eligibility period (Continuous Testing). Beginning on the date that you register, you will have 365 days to schedule and to take the exam. Registration for Continuous Testing will open on April 2, 2019.
CRISC candidates must register directly for the CRISC exam with ISACA.org.
CRISC PREP TRAINING REGISTRATION:
Early registration is recommended as this course fills up quickly. To ensure admission, fees must be paid in advance.
ONLINE CLASS SCHEDULE:
Attend this live, instructor-led online training from your own personal working environment — from your home or your office via the internet.
Most classes run 2 full days from 7:00AM-2:00PM (PT) except where noted.
There are four sessions per day.
Generally there are two morning sessions & two afternoon sessions each day.
Each session is about 90 minutes long with a 15 minute break per session, and a 30 minute lunch break daily.
Pacific Time Zone: 7:00AM – 2:00PM
Mountain Time Zone: 8:00AM – 3:00PM
Central Time Zone: 9:00AM – 4:00PM
Eastern Time Zone: 10:00AM – 5:00PM
International Time Zones Vary According to Country
Cancellations will be accepted up to 10 working days before the scheduled course. After that time, no refunds will be given but substitutions may be sent at any time or tuition may be applied to a future training class.
Megamind reserves the right to cancel or postpone any scheduled training class.
FOR GROUPS OR TEAM TRAINING:
This class is available for group training:
private onsite -or- live, online training class
For scheduling and pricing, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CISM® is a Registered Trade Mark of ISACA.
CISM® is an ISACA certification.