Why Should You Get Your CRISC?


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ISACA’s Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) certification is ideal for mid-career IT/IS audit, risk, and security professionals. CRISC is the only credential focused on enterprise IT risk management. CRISC validates your experience in building a well-defined, agile risk-management program, based on best practices to identify, analyze, evaluate, assess, prioritize and respond to risks. This enhances benefits realization and delivers optimal value to stakeholders.

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CRISC Difference

ISACA’s Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) reflects the latest work practices and knowledge used by CRISC practitioners, changes in the business landscape, and the heightened focus on corporate governance and enhanced business resilience. Employers can rest assured that armed with CRISC, their IT team is following governance best practices and taking a proactive, agile approach to ITRM that mitigates risks and threats and optimizes resources and ROI.


Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) Study Guide

Why should you get your CRISC Certification?

  • It shows proof that you have risk evaluation skills and understand the CRISC domains.
  • The ISACA is a globally accepted certificate, giving you the ability to work in businesses across the globe.
  • CRISC can help you advance in your field and these skills are in high demand
  • When you achieve your CRISC it helps you maintain your skills so they are up to date.


The CRISC Certificate Exam

The exam is four hours long and you must have a minimum of three years of experience in IT risk management and information systems control roles. Once you have passed the CRISC examination, you will need to complete your three years of work experience in IT risk management and information systems control. Then you will need to submit an application for the certification. You must finish your work experience within five years of passing the exam.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, a project manager or business operations specialist can earn a median salary of $80,220 per year. Also, according to ISACA, those with a CRISC qualification can earn around $117,000 per year.


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