If you work in IT or are a business professional and you want to specialize in managing information systems and mitigate technology risk, Varsity Tutors can enroll you in the Columbus CRISC certification training that can help you work towards your career goals. CRISC - or Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control - certification is offered through ISACA to IT and business professionals who identify and manage risk through the development, implementation, and maintenance of information systems controls. The certification is designed for IT professionals, risk professionals, control professionals, business analysts, project managers, and compliance professionals. Holding a CRISC certification demonstrates that you can identify, evaluate, and manage information systems and technology risk, all of which can help businesses achieve their objectives. Naturally, being CRISC certified can give you the potential to earn a higher salary and advance your career.
To become CRISC certified, you need to successfully pass the CRISC exam, agree to ISACA's Code of Professional Ethics and the Continuing Professional Education Policy, and have at least three years of experience working in the fields of IT risk management and information systems (IS) control. The exam itself is four hours long and consists of 150 multiple-choice questions that cover four job practice domains:
- Identifying IT Risk
- Assessing IT Risk
- Risk Response and Mitigation
- Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting
There are no penalties for answering questions incorrectly, so there is no reason why you should leave any questions blank when you take the exam.
Even though you should have at least three years of experience working in IT risk management and IS control, it still pays to enroll in a Columbus CRISC certification course while you prepare for your exam. The course is under the supervision of a thoroughly vetted and qualified instructor who can lead you and your fellow students through in-depth lectures and discussions that cover the material that you will need to know for the exam. Naturally, your instructor can also give you some one-on-one assistance should you ever feel like you need it.
Since you will be in a virtual classroom for your Columbus CRISC certification class with other students, you will also have plenty of opportunities to discuss the material with them and collaborate on learning activities. For example, you might have a good handle on the laws and compliance requirements for different information systems and risk management, but you might struggle when you have to work with new hardware and emerging technologies. There could be other students who are more familiar with this material, and they might be able to help you to better understand it. This kind of collaborative learning has been proven to be highly effective for students of all ages and skill levels.
Finally, your Columbus CRISC certification class is often far more flexible than any class you might take on a college campus. This is mainly because the class is online. As long as you have a reliable computer and a stable Internet connection, you can participate in the class from anywhere you prefer to study, whether that is in your own home or at the Columbus Metropolitan Library. You do have to adhere to a class schedule, but there are two-week and four-week classes available, and new classes open up every month. You shouldn't have much trouble finding a class that fits into your schedule.
If you're serious about obtaining your CRISC certification, Varsity Tutors can enroll you in the Columbus CRISC certification training course that can help you prepare for your exam. For more information about how you can get started with a course, contact Varsity Tutors today.
William: Columbus CRISC - Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control instructor
I am a highly motivated and hardworking individual, who has ten years' experience in the cyber security arena. I currently maintain many professional certifications to include Security+, CISSP, and CRISC. I personally love teaching and seeing others achieve their career aspirations. I look forward to meeting all of you. Respectfully, William A. Sniffen, CISSP
Education & Certification
- George Mason University - Bachelor in Arts, Information Technology
- CRISC - Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control
- CompTIA Security+
- CISSP - Certified Information Systems Security Professional
- +3 subjects
John: Columbus CRISC - Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control instructor
...Social Work. I believe in the potential for any student to achieve an A in every course and in every assignment. More so than a grade, my goal is to help students fall in love with the process of learning. Feedback from successful students has allowed me to recognize how effective the approaches toward tutoring...