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Courses CISM, CISA and CRISC from ISACA Czech Republic Chapter

23. 6. 2022

CISM

The Czech Republic and Slovakia Chapter organizes an intensive course to gain basic knowledge for preparation for this exam for those interested in obtaining the international certification “Certified Information Security Manager” (CISM).

The preparatory course will focus on the content of the exams according to the “CISM Review Manual”. The aim of the course is to acquaint participants with the logic of preparation for the exam and its course, with the composition of questions according to individual domains and especially with the professional content of individual domains of the exam.

This course is led by an experienced lecturer: Uroš Zust, CISA, CISM in English. Knowledge of English is absolutely necessary for the exam itself. Better price for the course is prepared for ISACA members.

The course contains an introductory part, which consists of an explanation of the organizational instructions for the exam, the course of the exam itself and recommendations of literature for preparation, and a professional part, which covers the issues of each domain, including case studies and practical issues.

4 domains that make up the exam:

  • Information Security Governance
  • Information Risk Management
  • Information Security Program Development and Management
  • Information Security Incident Management

At the end of the course, participants will try the CISM test before they do official test. The purpose of this test is for each course participant to check their knowledge, or areas necessary to complete, and test how the exams themselves will take place.

Date Duration Place Language Prize without VAT Registration
22. – 25. 11. 2022 4 days Online English 570 EUR for ISACA members
897 EUR for the others
E-mailom (edu@edutrainings.cz)

CISA

The Czech Republic Chapter organizes an intensive course for those interested in obtaining the international certification “Certified Information Systems Auditor” (CISA) to gain basic knowledge to prepare for this exam. The preparatory course will focus on the content of the exams according to the “CISA Review Manual”. The aim of the course is to acquaint participants with the logic of preparation for the exam and its course, with the composition of questions according to individual domains and especially with the professional content of individual domains of the exam. This course is led by an experienced lecturer Ing. Jan Fanta, CISA, CRISC in Czech. However, knowledge of English is absolutely necessary for the exam itself. The course contains an introductory part (approx. 1-2 hours), which consists of an explanation of organizational instructions for the exam, the course of the exam itself and literature recommendations for preparation, and a professional part that covers each domain, including case studies and practical issues.

5 domains that make up the exam:

  1. Information System Auditing Process
  2. Governance and Management of IT
  3. Information Systems Acquisition, Development, and Implementation
  4. Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Business Resilience
  5. Protection of Information Assets

At the end of the course, participants will try the CISA test before they do official test. The purpose of this test is for each course participant to check their knowledge, or areas necessary to complete, and test how the exams themselves will take place.

Date Duration Place Language Prize without VAT Registration
7. – 9. 11. 2022 3 days Prague Czech 12.000 CZK for ISACA members
15.000 CZK for the others
By e-mail (edu@edutrainings.cz)

CRISC

The Czech Republic Chapter organizes a three-day intensive course for those interested in obtaining the international certification “Certified in Risk Information Systems Control” (CRISC) to gain basic knowledge in preparation for this exam. The preparatory course will focus on the content of the exams according to the “CRISC Review Manual”. The aim of the course is to acquaint participants with the logic of preparation for the exam and its course, with the composition of questions according to individual domains and especially with the professional content of individual domains of the exam. This course is led by an experienced lecturer Ing. Jan Fanta, CISA, CRISC in Czech. However, knowledge of English is absolutely necessary for the exam itself. The course contains an introductory part (approx. 1-2 hours), which consists of an explanation of organizational instructions for the exam, the course of the exam itself and literature recommendations for preparation, and a professional part that covers each domain, including case studies and practical issues.

4 domains that make up the exam:

  1. IT Risk Identification
  2. IT Risk Assessment
  3. Risk and Response Mitigation
  4. Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting

At the end of the course, participants will try the CRISC test before they do official test. The purpose of this test is for each course participant to check their knowledge, or areas necessary to complete, and test how the exams themselves will take place.

Date Duration Place Language Prize without VAT Registration
14. – 16. 11. 2022 3 days Prague Czech 12.000 CZK for ISACA members
15.000 CZK for the others
By e-mail (edu@edutrainings.cz)

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