CRISC™ Certification by ISACA Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control

The Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control™
The Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control™ certification (CRISC™, pronounced “see-risk”) is intended to recognize a wide range of professionals for their knowledge of enterprise risk and their ability to design, implement, monitor, and maintain IS controls to mitigate such risk. It is particularly designed for IT professionals who have hands-on experience with risk identification, assessment, and evaluation; risk response; risk monitoring; IS control design and implementation; and IS control monitoring and maintenance.

The CRISC designation will not only certify professionals who have knowledge and experience identifying and evaluating entity-specific risk, but also aid them in helping enterprises accomplish business objectives by designing, implementing, monitoring and maintaining risk-based, efficient and effective IS controls.

Requirements for CRISC Certification
The CRISC designation is awarded to those individuals with an interest in business and technology risk management as well as the design, implementation, monitoring and maintenance of information systems control who have met and continue to meet the following requirements regarding:

Successful completion of the CRISC examination
Business and IT risk management and information systems control experience
Adherence to the Code of Professional Ethics
Adherence to the continuing professional education program
Certification under the Grandfathering Program is open to highly experienced professionals from April 2010 through March 2011.

1. Successful completion of the CRISC examinationThe examination is open to all individuals who have an interest in business and technology risk management as well as the development and implementation of IS controls. All are encouraged to work toward and take the examination. Successful examination candidates will be sent all information required to apply for certification with their notification of a passing score. For a more detailed description of the exam see the CRISC certification job practice.

The CRISC examination will be offered twice a year, starting in 2011. The Exam Registration Information (Bulletin of Information) will be published online when it becomes available prior to the 2011 exam.

2. Business and IT risk management and information systems control experienceA minimum of at least five (5) years of IT or business experience with a minimum of three (3) years of cumulative work experience across at least three (3) CRISC domains. There will be no substitutions or experience waivers.

Experience must have been gained within the 10-year period preceding the application date for certification or within five years from the date of initially passing the examination. Retaguide and passing the examination will be required if the application for certification is not submitted within five years from the passing date of the examination. All experience must be verified independently with employers.

[url=""]3. The Code of Professional EthicsMembers of ISACA and/or holders of the CRISC designation agree to a [url="http://www.isaca.org/Template.cfm?Section=CISA_Certification&Template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=20454"]Code of Professional Ethics[/url] to guide professional and personal conduct.

[/url]4. Continuing Professional Education (CPE) PolicyThe objectives of the continuing education program are to:

Maintain an individual’s competency by requiring the update of existing knowledge and skills in the areas of risk and information systems control.
Provide a means to differentiate between qualified CRISCs and those who have not met the requirements for continuation of their certification
Provide a mechanism for monitoring risk and information systems control professionals’ maintenance of their competency
Aid top management in developing sound risk and information systems control functions by providing criteria for personnel selection and development
Maintenance fees and a minimum of 20 contact hours of CPE are required annually. In addition, a minimum of 120 contact hours is required during a fixed 3-year period. Upon completing the requirements for initial certification, the CRISC will be provided with the CPE policy booklet for detailed criteria to be used in developing a personal CPE program.

Grandfathering Program for the New
ISACA CRISC Certification
Professionals with eight or more years of IT and business experience can now earn ISACA’s new Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC, pronounced “see-risk”) designation under its grandfathering program. This program is designed to recognize experienced professionals who are responsible for:

Risk identification, assessment and evaluation
Risk response
Risk monitoring
IS control design and implementation
IS control monitoring and maintenance
To earn the credential through the grandfathering program, an applicant must provide evidence of at least eight (8) years of IT or business experience with a minimum of six (6) years of cumulative work experience across all 5 CRISC domains and a minimum of three (3) years of cumulative work experience in CRISC risk domains 1, 2 and 3 (as defined and described by the CRISC job practice domains and task statements).

Certification under the Grandfathering program is open to highly experienced professionals from April 2010 through March 2011.

The CRISC Grandfathering Application Process
In order to be considered for CRISC certification under the grandfathering provision an applicant must:

Obtain an ISACA identification (ID) number (this will be needed for your application). If you do not currently have an ISACA ID number, to obtain one and to create a profile with ISACA, please go to www.isaca.org/profile.
Remit (pay) the appropriate application fee.
Submit a completed [url="http://www.isaca.org/AMTemplate.cfm?Section=CRISC&Template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=56535"]CRISC application[/url] for certification under the grandfathering provision.
CRISC Application:
To download the CRISC Application under the Grandfathering Provision, visit[url="http://www.isaca.org/criscgfapp"]www.isaca.org/criscgfapp[/url].

CRISC Grandfathering Application Fee:
The payment of an application fee is required to be considered for CRISC certification under the grandfathering provision. Your application will not be reviewed until payment in full is received.

Payment for the fee can be made online at: [url="http://www.isaca.org/criscpay"]www.isaca.org/criscpay[/url]. The amount of the fee is dependent on your ISACA membership status and the date of application. The application fee is as follows:

Member rate
Nonmember rate
Application and payment received by 31 October 2010
$495
$625
Application and payment received between 1 November 2010 and 31 March 2011
$595
$725

You are encouraged to apply early for CRISC certification to take advantage of the discounted application fee and to avoid any delays in application processing that may occur on or around the final deadline date.In order to take advantage of the ISACA member application fee rate you must become an ISACA member prior to submitting your application. To join as an ISACA member please go to:[url="http://www.isaca.org/membership"]www.isaca.org/membership[/url].

The application fee above includes a non-refundable application processing fee of US $100. Applicants who withdraw their application or whose application is denied by the CRISC Certification Committee will receive a refund less the $100 processing fee.

Application Processing:
In order for your application to be processed, you MUST complete, collect and submit the application and verification of work experience forms and mail, FAX, or e-mail to:

Via mail:
CRISC Certification Grandfathering Program
ISACA
3701 Algonquin Road, Suite 1010
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 USA

Via fax: +1.847.253.1443 or +1.847.253.1755

Via email: [email="CRISCapplication@isaca.org"]CRISCapplication@isaca.org[/email]

Once we have received and logged in your application, you will be sent an e-mail confirming receipt. Your application and supporting documents will be forwarded to the CRISC Certification Committee for review. When under review if your application is not complete or if any additional information is needed, you will receive an email identifying what additional information is needed to continue the review process.

For assistance with your application, please contact [email="CRISCapplication@isaca.org"]CRISCapplication@isaca.org[/email] or phone +1.847.660.5660.

“Enterprises around the world are continuing to become more risk-aware, and the CRISC designation will provide assurance to employers that professionals who earn and maintain a CRISC certification are experienced in identifying and evaluating the risks unique to their specific organization,” said Urs Fischer, chair of ISACA’s CRISC Task Force. “It also helps risk and control professionals demonstrate that they have proven experience and abilities in designing, implementing and maintaining risk-based, efficient and effective information systems controls.”

Contact:
Kristen Kessinger, +1.847.660.5512
Deborah Vohasek, +1.847.660.5566
Joanne Duffer, +1.847.660.5564
[email="news@isaca.org"]news@isaca.org[/email]

Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control
[url="http://www.isaca.org/crisc"]www.isaca.org/crisc[/url]

Background
Introduced in 2010, the Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control™ (CRISC™) designation is a new certification offered by ISACA and is based on the association’s intellectual property, independent market research and the input of subject matter experts from around the world. The certification was designed for IT and business professionals who identify and manage risks through the development, implementation and maintenance of appropriate information systems (IS) controls.

The CRISC designation is designed for:
IT professionals
Risk professionals
Business analysts
Project managers
Compliance professionals
Business professionals

CRISC Focus Areas
The CRISC designation focuses on:
Risk identification, assessment and evaluation
Risk response
Risk monitoring
IS control design and implementation
IS control monitoring and maintenance

Certification Requirements
To earn the CRISC designation, candidates are required to:
Prove at least five years of IT or business experience
Prove at least three years of experience in the CRISC focus areas
Pass the CRISC exam
Adhere to the ISACA [url="http://www.isaca.org/ethics"]Code of Professional Ethics[/url]
Agree to comply with the CRISC Continuing Education Policy
The first CRISC exam will be administered in the second half of 2011.

A grandfathering program that enables professionals with at least eight years of relevant experience to apply for the CRISC certification without taguide the exam will be available in April 2010 and will remain open for one year. Additional information is available at [url="http://www.isaca.org/crisc"]www.isaca.org/crisc[/url].

Relationship With Other ISACA Certifications
CRISC is intended to complement ISACA’s three existing certifications.
CRISC is for IT and business professionals who are engaged at an operational level to mitigate risk while CGEIT is for IT and business professionals who have a significant management, advisory or assurance role relating to the governance of IT, including risk management;
CRISC is for IT and business professionals who design, implement and maintain IS controls while CISA is designed for IT professionals who perform independent reviews of control design and operational effectiveness;
CRISC is for IT professionals whose roles encompass security, operational and compliance considerations, while CISM is for individuals who manage, design, oversee and/or assess an enterprise’s information security, including the identification and management of information security risks.

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