if u passed CRISC exam? did u try that or know if it worth?

semsem010semsem010 Posts: 27Registered Members ■□□□□□□□□□
dear all,

if u passed CRISC exam? did u try that or know if it worth?

https://www.exam-labs.com/exam/CRISC

plz advice if it worth time & effort in it. thanks all.

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  • beadsbeads Posts: 1,403Registered Members ■■■■■■■■□□
    Used to keep my CISA and CRISC active but allowed both to lapse due to just being "Me Too" certs. I say this as I found no real market for the CRISC and I am no longer a professional auditor. I did start my security career off with audit but that was well over 20 years ago.

    [h=2]if u passed CRISC exam? did u try that or know if it worth?[/h]In all seriousness, if this is the way your prepared to write at work, look into a refresher course in English. Nothing will kill you faster than sloppy communication skills.


    - b/eads
  • mahd559mahd559 Posts: 11Registered Members ■■□□□□□□□□
    I believe any material can add value and knowledge is worthy.

    However, to be honest, real exam question will not be as of this pattern.

    I suggest you start with ISACA Database questions first.
  • scascscasc Posts: 164Registered Members
    Interesting comment b/eads - I have CRISC and found it really good. I work in the Security GRC world. I've found in my experience all ISACA certs possibly apart from CGEIT to be in demand. Mind you I get what you mean about "too cert" - I have quite a few and still continuing!
    MSc, BSc (Hons), AWS CSA, C-CISO, CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, GSNA, CEH, CHFI, TOGAF, CISMP
  • DarkSkiesDarkSkies Posts: 1Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
    This is the bottom line; until hiring managers stop basing their hiring practices on how many certs you own. My advice is to get and keep them. Otherwise good luck landing a job. It is merely a baseline (smell) test.
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