SecureInfo Corporation is pleased to offer an intense 5-day Workshop for those personnel who must understand, implement, maintain; assess, and transition to the new NIST SP 800-53 Rev3 security controls. It is highly recommended that the student complete the NIST RMF Workshop or have a complete understanding or experience with the new NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) / Security Authorization Process (SAP). NIST, working with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), the Department of Defense (DOD), and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS), has established a common, FISMA compliant, foundation for information security/assurance across the entire federal government.
The old, system-centric, NIST C&A process (NIST SP 800-37) has been revitalized (integrated into NIST’s RMF) and totally transformed into a “near real time risk management” process, based on continuous Information System monitoring – fully integrating the new SAP.
This workshop builds on and strengthens the students NIST RMF/SAP knowledge base. The blend of lecture and hands-on exercises is continued to provide the student with highly detailed information concerning the NIST SP 800-53, Rev3 (CNSSI 1253 directed) security control selection and specification process and the guidance/activities necessary to translate the security controls identified in the Information System’s Security Plan into an effective implementation.
The student is also provided with highly detailed information concerning the NIST SP 800-53A, Rev1 process of assessing the security controls in federal information systems and organizations (including the development of Security Assessment Plans and full coverage of the new “Program Management (PM)” family of security controls). Laptops are required for this workshop, as each student will be asked to participate in practical hands-on exercises that will greatly add to the students learning experience. See the “Course Topics” below for details.
Duration: 5 days
Cost of Course: $2,300.00 per student (GSA and Volume Rates Available)
The laptop must have a Web browser, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Excel, and Word. Resource Kits are provided via CDs for students attending the course, for in-class work, as well as supplemental materials. NOTE: SecureInfo training locations have appropriately configured computers for each student.
Course Materials Provided
Students will receive a workbook (to include instructional slides) and Resource Kit via CD (includes all supporting materials and exercises).
Students should arrive no later than 10 minutes prior to start time on the first day of class. If you have any special requirements that need to be addressed prior to arrival please let us know at the time of registration. Please do not make any return travel arrangements prior to 6pm on the last day of training.
We offer this course in the SecureInfo training classroom (San Antonio, Texas or Alexandria, Virginia locations) or via mobile training at your facility for up to 20 students per course. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (210) 403-5600 (ask for training) for more information and pricing on mobile training options.
NIST/CNSS’s new common foundation for information security/assurance provides the Intelligence Community, Defense, and Civil sectors of the federal government and their supporting contractors, more uniform and consistent ways to manage the risk to operations, assets, individuals, other organizations, and the Nation from the operation and use of information systems. State, local,and tribal governments, as well as private sector organizations that compose the critical infrastructure of the United States, are also highly encouraged by NIST to consider the use of the new guidelines.
The NIST Security Controls Workshop is intended to serve a diverse group of information system and information security/assurance professionals, both in and supporting all areas of the federal government/DOD and the Intelligence Community including:
NIST Security Controls Workshop (5 days):
Module 1: Specifying/Selecting and Implementing SCs – Part 1
Module 2: Specifying/Selecting and Implementing SCs – Part 2
Module 3: Assessing Security Controls – Part 1
Module 4: Assessing Security Controls – Part 2
Module 5: Security Controls Hands-On Exercises
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