CRISC Exam Prep

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This forum was created for exam registrants as an additional resource to help you prepare for the exam. We invite you to participate and share your questions, study methods and tips and help respond to other members. Not yet registered for the exam? Register for the CRISC exam now!

In addition to CRISC exam registrants, we encourage previous exam takers and certifieds to respond to questions and share their study methods. Community leaders are often past top exam scorers who have volunteered to facilitate discussion and moderate the community.

The main focus of the community is intended to be on study methods, information about study resources, and what to expect the day of the exam. To protect the integrity of the exam, specific discussions about actual exam questions and concepts are not permitted. Any items of this nature will be deleted from the community. Any person posting such content will be removed from further community participation and appropriate action will be taken. ISACA also does not permit the solicitation of study groups in our forums (i.e. WhatsApp, in-person, etc.) Solicitations by posters for individual contact information from community members will be deleted.

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  • UPDATE 13 APRIL: ISACA is pleased to announce that remote proctoring went live today for the CISA, CISM, CGEIT, and CRISC exams. Exam takers can schedule an exam at a testing center (if one is open near you) or via live remote proctoring when signing ...

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  • 3.Demonstrating due care ------------------------------ Babatunde Adeyemi Project Team Lead(Operational Risk Workstream) ------------------------------

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  • Thanks very much and best of luck if you are still to write.

  • Thank you David for your inputs, this makes sense. ------------------------------ Best Regards, Madhan Kumar Cyber Security Consultant ------------------------------

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    RE: Controls

    Implementation of control's sole purpose is to reduce the risk level to an acceptable level if this is accomplished control implementation, monitoring, and review is wastage of resources. ------------------------------ Atif Amir Manager IT Security ...

  • Mitigating risk with the use of encryption keys is correct. Risk mitigation is action taken to reduce the likelihood of a risk event. In this case, the risk is the inability to access the decryption keys. By storing the decryption keys with an escrow ...

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