The CRISC review course will provide practical advice on preparing for the CRISC exam and specific instruction regarding the domains addressed by CRISC as defined by ISACA® International. The format is structured as a review of the task and knowledge requirements for each CRISC domain, including test questions with a discussion on the ‘correct’ answer to each question. Time is also allocated for examining the structure of a CRISC question and discussing a generic approach to help identify the appropriate answer. ISACA materials will be used throughout this course, augmented with examples and scenarios chosen by the instructor. The primary resources will be the ISACA publications CRISC Exam Manual 6th edition and the CRISC Review Questions, Answers & Explanations 5th edition. Additionally, this course will be administered entirely over Zoom.
Training participants can earn up to 24 CPE in Information Technology fields of study
Included Materials: Included in the cost of this course is a copy of the CRISC Exam Manual 6th edition. Attendees will have the option of selecting either a print copy or digital. Print copies will be mailed to attendees prior to the event. Note: If attendees request a refund after receiving their print or digital manuals they will not be refunded the cost of the manual.
Location: Zoom, a link will be provided a week prior to the event.
Date/Time : October 28-30, 8:00AM to 5:00PM (CT) each day
Instructor: David A. Bonewell CISA, CISM, CRISC, CGEIT, CAP, CISSP
David A. Bonewell is a Sr Cybersecurity Architect and Trainer, drawing upon 30+ years of professional experience in information systems security management, project management, and physical and information security implementation and training. He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified in Risk and Sec. Control (CRISC), Certified Governance Enterprise IT (CGEIT) and an Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP). He has held a wide range of positions during his career with the US Army Special Operation Forces, Booz│Allen│Hamilton, AT&T Corp, NCR Corp, Teradata Corp and Deloitte & Touche LLP, ranging from Technical Manager to Systems Engineer to Information Warfare Specialist. As an auditor, he has managed and performed information systems security audits, Independent Verification, Validation and Testing (IVV&T), and vulnerability and privacy assessments.
Such extensive “in-the-trench” experience prepared Dave to be exceptional in management roles. Some of these roles have included work as a chief information security architect, an enterprise risk services manager, and as a program manager for global information security projects.
Dave received his Bachelors of Science in Technology Management from the University of Maryland, and studied Systems Engineering at the graduate level at Johns Hopkins University. He has also earned a Masters Certificate in Project Management from AT&T Bell Labs. Active in the broader community, Dave participates in and contributes to a number of organizations, including the Information Systems Auditing & Control Association (ISACA), the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), International Information Integrity Institute (I-4), and the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2.
Who should attend: Those who wish to supplement their preparation for the CRISC exam with a live group study environment.
Prerequisite: None / Advance Preparation: None / Program Level: Intermediate / Delivery Method: Group-Internet
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