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Course Description

The course was built on the popular two-day Meeting FISMA Requirements course that has been taught for the past 12 years. All exercises are new to ensure they relate to current systems and solutions use practical strategies for leveraging recent changes into meeting your individual and enterprise FISMA responsibilities.

Learning Objectives

Course attendees will:

  • Gain an understanding of the cybersecurity frameworks, updated requirements and processes
  • Understand how the new Presidential and NIST changes and requirements will affect their security programs
  • Review government initiatives, like cybersecurity hygiene, FedRAMP, EINSTEIN, TIC, MTIPS, CDM, HBSS and ACAS solutions
  • Receive strategies on how to leverage these changes and initiatives to improve their security and make their FISMA efforts more effective
  • Learn how to conduct a risk assessment and use the results to identity and justify more effective security solutions and gain additional resources by influencing their organization’s planning, programming, and budget processes
  • Understand the CDM, SCAP, HBSS, and ACAS automated security solutions for meeting the President’s and OMB ISCM implementation requirements
  • Review and obtain a real-world example of solutions and reference documents
  • Identify new opportunities for innovative processes, controls, products, and services necessary to support these Presidential and NIST changes

Framework Connections

Specialty Areas

  • Cyber Operations
  • Cybersecurity Management
  • Strategic Planning and Policy
  • Training, Education, and Awareness