New Course: Certified In Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC). SPOTO trainer Bob Salmans teaches you how to identify and manage enterprise IT risks. This includes identifying, implementing, and maintaining information system controls that deter and prevent intrusions. This ISACA training is now available. The Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control certification, also known as CRISC, is often referred to by its acronym. However, ISACA, the Information Systems Audit and Control Association that issues it, refers to it only by its acronym. The CRISC certification is a great way to demonstrate IT professionals’ risk management skills. The CRISC is a great way to show your skills in managing enterprise risk and designing information systems controls that are risk-based. After this training, you will be able to identify, forecast and analyze enterprise systemic threats. This 15-part series covers topics like identifying system vulnerabilities, creating and disseminating security governance models, and assessing risk calculations and the likelihood of security breaches. Watch the video. This series covers the following topics: Organizational Governance Security Resources Risk Governance Threat Identification Vulnerability Analysis Risk Scenario Development IT risk analysis and evaluation Risk Response Control Design Risk Monitoring and Reporting Network Security Topics include: Key Risk Indicators KRIs Digging into LANs Threat Modelling 3rd party Risk Management Discovering Networking basics This training includes: 13 hours of training and 102 videos. Start studying for CRISC today! Download