The course Federal Risk Management Framework (RMF) implementation 4.0 is designed around the Risk Management framework prescribed by NIST Standards. It also covers the goals and objectives of ISC2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) certification exam.
This latest 4.0 edition updated as of August 2017, incorporates the revisions to NIST Special Publications (SP 800-160, 800-171, 800-53, etc.), the development and publication of the CNSSI-1253, change 2 and CNSSI-1254 for the IC, additional NIST Special Publications produced to support RMF steps and activities, and the passage of FISMA 2014, as well as practical experience as SCA and ISSE for over 10 ATO efforts under RMF over the past several years. It is beneficial in cyber security training.
The courseware is quite comprehensive; it can also be used by students preparing for ISC2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) certification exam. All CAP exam topics are mentioned within every chapter. Downloadable material such as guides and handouts of policies and references are included. A disk is also provided with the course which covers all the reference materials, NIST publications, sample documents and rules book. An exam with answer key for instructors is also part of the course.
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||4 Days|
Paul has over 2 decades of of technical experience as a senior engineer, operations manager & project lead.
He has had hands-on impact within internal IT infrastructure, as well as in hundreds of unique customer environments that resulted in an in-depth knowledge of a wide range of security, identity, cloud, and infrastructure products & features; and a breadth of knowledge in associated network devices and applications.
His specialties include:
Identity, AD, Azure AD, Azure AD Connect, Azure MFA, ADFS, WAP, e-Gap, IAG, UAG, Firewalls, DirectAccess, Load balancers, PKI, Troubleshooting application and network issues, quickly learning new applications/technologies, building and leading tech teams, project management, creating scalable processes.