BENEFITS OF BECOMING A CRISC:Being recognized as a CRISC brings with it a great number of professional and organizational benefits. Successful achievement demonstrates and attests to an individual's risk and information systems control expertise and indicates a desire to serve an organization with distinction. This expertise is extremely valuable given the changing nature of information technology and the need to employ certified professionals who are able to apply the most effective information security management practices, and who have an awareness of the unique requirements particular to information technology environments. Those who become CRISCs join other recognized professionals worldwide who have earned this highly sought after professional designation. Although certification may not be mandatory for everyone, a growing number of organizations are recommending that employees become certified. The CRISC designation assures employers that their staff is able to apply state-of-the-art risk and information systems control practices and techniques and that these skills are maintained. For these reasons, many employers require the achievement of the CRISC designation as a strong factor for employment and/or advanced promotion.
Updated January 2013.Nearly 600 are employed in organizations as the CEO, CFO or equivalent executive position.More than 400 serve as chief audit executives, audit partners or audit heads.Over 1,200 serve as CIOs, CISOs, or chief compliance, risk or privacy officers. More than 3,500 are employed as security directors, managers or consultants and related staff.More than 2,200 are employed as IT directors, managers, consultants and related staff.Nearly 4,400 serve as audit directors, managers or consultants and related staff.Over 2,900 are employed in managerial, consulting or related positions in IT operations or compliance.
A profile of CRISCs demonstrates the increasing managerial influence and authority achieved: Executive Level (CEO, President, Owner, General/Executive Manager, CFO, CAE) - 7% IS Security Professionals (CISO, CSO, Security Director, Security Staff) - 27% IT Professionals (CIO, CTO, IS/IT Directors, Managers, IT Staff) – 16%Compliance and Risk Professionals (Chief of Compliance, Directors, Managers, Consultants) – 20%IS/IT Audit (directors, managers, consultants) – 28% Other – 2%
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To assist individuals with the development of a successful study plan, ISACA provides several study aids and review courses to exam candidates. (Also see www.isaca.org for more details.)Candidate's Guide to the CRISC Examinationis supplied to individuals upon receipt of the CRISC exam registration form and payment. This guide provides general information regarding the administration of the exam as well as a detailed outline of the job practice areas, task and knowledge statements covered on the exam, and a sample copy of the admission ticket and exam answer sheet.You can view a detailed description of the study material item on the ISACA web site at www.isaca.org/criscbooks.
A proper study plan consists of several steps: week to prepare for the exam. The first step is a self-appraisal. The candidate should perform a general review of the CRISC content areas in the Candidate’s Guide to the CRISC Examination to determine overall familiarity with the concepts and practices covered in the exam. The candidate also should evaluate his/her own study habits and discipline. Based on this evaluation the candidate should have a general idea as to the amount of time and energy needed to adequately prepare for the exam.The second step is a determination of the type of study program to undertake. Options range from a brush-up of the material for the experienced IS risk and controls professional to a more intense self-study program for the less experienced candidate to a program of both self-study and attendance at a formal CRISC review program like this one.The third step is making sure that a candidate has the adequate amount of time to prepare. Candidates should plan to set aside an appropriate number of hours each week to prepare for the exam The fourth step is maintaining momentum. A candidate can easily lose interest in studying and encounter obstacles to study. A candidate must realize that this will normally occur and not become discouraged. The final step is performing a readiness review. The formal study program should be completed at least one week prior to the date of the exam. Become involved in your local chapter and explore networking opportunities and study groups.
Candidates preparing for the exam are encouraged to:Read the Candidate’s Guide thoroughlyStudy the CRISC Review ManualWork through the CRISC Review Questions, Answers & Explanations ManualParticipate in an ISACA Chapter Review Course or ISACA online review course.Read literature in areas where you need to strengthen skillsSpend time studying the complement of your field: IT controls focused, study from risk focus and vice-versaJoin or organize study groups
Once a candidate has passed the CRISC certification exam, he/she must complete the Application for Certification in Risk and Information Systems Control to become a CRISC. The purpose of the application is to verify that experience requirements have been met.The application is divided into seven parts; four pages of forms and three pages of instructions and includes:Requirements for certificationCode of Professional EthicsInstructions for completion of formVerification of work experience for applicant formCRISC application form
CRISC Continuing Education Policy Details
The Continuing Education Policy requires the attainment of continuing education hours over an annual and three-year reporting period. CRISCs must comply with the following requirements to retain certification:Attain and submit an annual minimum of twenty (20) continuing professional education hours Attain and submit a minimum of one-hundred and twenty (120) continuing education hours for a three-year reporting period. Both annual and three-year requirements begin 1 January of the following year after becoming certifiedSubmit annual certification maintenance fees to ISACA Headquarters in full by the due dateRespond and submit required documentation of continuing education activities if selected for an annual auditComply with ISACA Code of Professional Ethics (www.isaca.org/ethics)Specific activities are required and described in the CRISC Continuing Professional Education Policy, available online at www.isaca.org/crisccpepolicy.
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CRISC Target MarketDesigned exclusively for risk and informationcontrols personnel who: Identify, assess and analyze risk Design, implement and maintaincontrols to mitigate risk Respond to risk events
Why Become a CRISC?Enhanced Knowledge and Skills To demonstrate your willingness to improve your technicalknowledge and skillsCareer Advancement To demonstrate to management your commitment towardorganizational excellence To obtain credentials that employers seek To enhance your professional imageWorldwide Recognition To be included with other professionals who have gainedworldwide recognition
CRISC in the Workplace Nearly 600 are employed in organizations as the CEO, CFO orequivalent executive position. More than 400 serve as chief audit executives, audit partners oraudit heads. Over 1,200 serve as CIOs, CISOs, or chief compliance, risk or privacyofficers. More than 3,500 are employed as security directors, managers orconsultants and related staff. More than 2,200 are employed as IT directors, managers,consultants and related staff. Nearly 4,400 serve as audit directors, managers or consultants andrelated staff. Over 2,900 are employed in managerial, consulting or relatedpositions in IT operations or compliance.
Domain 1—Risk Identification, Assessment and Evaluation (31%)Identify, assess and evaluate risk to enable the execution of the enterpriserisk management strategy.Domain 2—Risk Response (17%)Develop and implement risk responses to ensure that risk issues,opportunities and events are addressed in a cost-effective manner and inline with business objectives.CRISC Job Practice Areas(Effective 2010)
Domain 3—Risk Monitoring (17%)Monitor risk and communicate information to the relevant stakeholders toensure the continued effectiveness of the enterprise‘s risk managementstrategy.Domain 4—IS Control Desing and Implementation (17%)Design and implement IS controls in alignment with the organisation‘s riskappetite and tolerance levels to support business objectives.Domain 5—IS Control Monitoring and Maintenance (18%)Monitor and maintain IS controls to ensure they function effectively andefficiently.CRISC Job Practice Areas(Effective 2010)(continued)
CRISC CertificationRequirements• Earn a passing score on the CRISC exam• Submit verified evidence of a minimum of 3 yearsof risk and information systems controls experience(covering 3 of the 5 job practice domains)• Submit completed CRISC application within 5 yearsof passing exam and receive approval• Adhere to the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics• Comply with the CRISC Continuing ProfessionalEducation Policy
• Risk control is an emerging discipline withscarce study materials• Develops better understanding what Risk andInformation System control is and what is not• Training is good start to exam preparationHow course can help?
2012 Registration Fees:14 December 2013Early Registration – On or before 21 August 2013:• ISACA Member: US $485.00• Non-Member: US $660.00Final Registration – After 21 August, but on or before 25 October 2013:• ISACA Member: US $535.00• Non-Member: US $710.00Register Online at www.isaca.org/examreg and save $$• Online registration via the ISACA web site is encouraged, ascandidates will save US $75. Non-members can join ISACA atthe same time, which maximizes their savings.Exam registration fees must be paid in full to sit for the exam. Those whoseexam registration fees are not paid will not be sent an exam admission ticketand their registration will be cancelled.
Bulletin of Information(BOI) and RegistrationForm• There is a Bulletin of Information for each exam administration foreach exam.• Can be downloaded from the ISACA web site at:www.isaca.org/criscboiBulletin includes:– Requirements for certification– Exam description– Registration instructions– Test date procedures– Score reporting– Test center locations– Registration forms
Types of Questions onthe CRISC Exam Exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions administeredover a four-hour period Questions are designed to test practical knowledge andexperience Questions require the candidate to choose one best answer Every question or statement has four options (answer choices)
Study MaterialsISACA Members Non-MembersCandidate’s Guide to the CRISC Exam……..…free to each paid registrant(also available online at www.isaca.org/criscguide)CRISC Review Manual 2013….…………….. (US) $85.00 (US) $115.00CRISC Review Questions, Answers & ……... (US) $40.00 (US) $60.00Explanations Manual 2013CRISC Review Questions, Answers & ……... (US) $40.00 (US) $60.00Explanations Manual 2013 SupplementCRISC Online Review Course (US) $185.00 (US) $225.00For detailed descriptions visit www.isaca.org/criscbooks
A proper study plan consists of several steps:Self-appraisalDetermination of the type of study programHaving an adequate amount of time to prepareMaintaining momentumReadiness reviewBecome involved in your local chapter and explorenetworking opportunities and study groups.How to Develop a CRISCStudy Plan
How to Study for theCRISC Exam Read the Candidate’s Guide thoroughly Study the CRISC Review Manual Work through the CRISC Review Questions, Answers &Explanations Manual, Supplements and/or online reviewcourse Participate in an ISACA Chapter Review Course Read literature in areas where you need to strengthen skills Spend time studying the complement of your field: Ifcontrols focused, study from risk focus and vice-versa Join or organize study groups
• Is available at www.isaca.org/criscapp• Effective with applications received 1 June 2012 and forward, anapplication fee of US $50 will be required to apply for certification.Contains:– Requirements for certification– Code of Professional Ethics– Instructions for completion of form.– Verification of work experience for applicant form– CRISC application form• Until an application is received and approved, candidates are notCRISC certiﬁed and cannot use the designation.Application forCertification
Once certified, the certification must be renewed annually. Maintaining thecertification requires:• Earning and reporting an annual minimum of 20 hours of continuingprofessional education• Earning and reporting a minimum of 120 hours of continuingeducation for each fixed three-year period (each 3-year cycle)• Pay the annual certification maintenance fee• Respond and submit required documentation of continuing educationactivities if selected for an annual audit• Comply with the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics(www.isaca.org/ethics)ISACA membership provides many CPE opportunities which can assistyou with meeting this requirement. For more details visitwww.isaca.org/cpe.Continuing ProfessionalEducation (CPE)Requirements
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