Learning Path

ISACA Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) (2022 Update)

If you are interested in improving or demonstrating your enterprise IT risk management skills, the CRISC exam is one of the best certifications you can have. This path will prepare you for the ISACA CRISC certification exam.

What you will learn

In this learning path, an instructor will lead you through the four domains of the CRISC exam, covering governance, IT risk assessment, risk response and reporting and information technology and security. The instructor will describe the concepts of each domain through videos and written study materials and walk you through review questions and activities in each section of the four domains. These questions and activities will prepare you for the types of questions you will encounter on the CRISC exam.

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CRISC Domain 1: Governance

Course — 05:39:18

Module 1 covers ISACA CRISC Domain 1: Governance, which is weighted at 26% of the exam, and includes organizational governance and risk governance.

CRISC Domain 2: IT risk assessment

Course — 04:03:59

CRISC Module 2, which is weighted at 20% of the exam, covers ISACA CRISC Domain 2: IT Risk Assessment, including risk identification, analysis and evaluation.

CRISC Domain 3: Risk response and reporting

Course — 05:07:19

Module 3 covers ISACA CRISC Domain 3, including sections on risk response, control design and implementation and risk monitoring and reporting.

CRISC Domain 4: Information technology and security

Course — 05:18:59

CRISC Module 4 covers ISACA CRISC Domain 4, including principles of both information technology and information security.

ISACA CRISC Practice Exam

Assessment — 75 questions — 00:37:30

The practice exam includes 75 questions from the four Domains that model the types of questions a risk practitioner will encounter and are weighted as they will be on the ISACA CRISC exam.

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How to claim CPEs

Should you complete this learning path, you’ll be able to download a certificate of completion. Use this to claim your CPEs or CPUs.

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