In the US, NIST is the de-facto standard for security, compliance, and privacy. If one is doing business with the US federal government, managing critical infrastructure, or maintaining personally identifiable information (PII), they must be compliant with NIST standards.
NIST provides the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) and Risk Management Framework (RMF) to guide organizations on securing their infrastructure, systems, and data. In this course, learners will apply the NIST Cybersecurity and Risk Management Frameworks to better protect their infrastructure, detect possible cyber incidents and appropriately respond and recover should they occur. We teach learners how to become well-versed in the NIST CSF and RMF, how to implement them, and ways to effectively manage CSF & RMF processes for optimal security, privacy, and compliance.
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NASBA Certified CPE
Why you should take this course
You should attend because cybersecurity risks abound, they inflict substantial losses on organizations and professionals.
Who should take this course
Information security and network professionals, Chief Data Officers, Chief Information Security Officers and Senior IT Auditors wanting to gain a deep understanding of the Cybersecurity Management System Framework.
What You'll learn
You will gain valuable hands-on implementation skills following a proven project management strategy.
- Introduction to Information Security (ISG101)
- Information Security Boot Camp (ISG291)
- General understanding of ISO 27001, Risk Management, Audit, Knowledge Management, strategic business planning, communications, and continual improvement
Course Level Objectives
- Assess techniques for implementing the NIST Cybersecurity and Risk Management Frameworks.
- Adapt methods for identifying, managing, and mitigating compliance risks for a sample of a real-world organization.
- Interpret case studies showing how sample organizations solved common security problems using the NIST CSF and RMF.
- Apply procedures and tools to apply the NIST Cybersecurity Framework's Five Functions.
- Evaluate publications, procedures, and tools for applying the NIST Risk Management Framework's Six Steps for an organization.
- Choose best practices for NIST CSF and RMF audits or assessments for organizations of all sizes, structures, and sectors.
- NIST Cybersecurity Overview
- NIST CSF Identify
- NIST CSF Protect Function
- NIST CSF Detect Function
- NIST CSF Respond Function
- NIST CSF Recover Function
- NIST RMF Preparation
- NIST RMF Categorization
- NIST RMF Control Selection
- NIST RMF Control Implementation
- NIST RMF Control Assessment
- NIST RMF Authorization
- NIST RMF Risk Monitoring
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