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RMF 30-Day Sprint

By P. Devon Schall, M.S., MA.Ed. CISSP, RDRP Over the past few months, I have heard rumblings of something called "RMF 30- Day Sprint". It came up initially during an RMF for DoD IT training I taught in Virginia Beach, and it was pitched as a new program to grant…
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BAI Introduces: STIG 101 Training

By Lon J. Berman, CISSP, RDRP NIST 800-53, and specifically Security Control CM-6, requires an organization to Establish and document configuration settings for information technology products employed within the information system using that reflect the most restrictive mode consistent with operational requirements; Implement the configuration settings; Identify, document, and approve…
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NIST 171—What’s That?

By Kathryn Daily, CISSP, RDRP If you heard a whooshing sound on New Year's Eve, that was probably the deadline for compliance with NIST 171 flying by. A lot of you might be asking “What is NIST 171?” NIST 171 is a set of requirements documented in the NIST Special…
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BAI Introduces CISSP Training

By Lon J. Berman, CISSP, RDRP BAI has recently expanded its training program to include training for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential. Beginning in February 2018, we are offering an intensive five-day course designed to prepare students for the CISSP certification exam. CISSP is an internationally recognized…
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