- November 12, 2019
This one-day core curriculum add-on training program focuses on Information Security Continuous Monitoring
(ISCM), which is one of the cornerstones of RMF. Topics include:
• ISCM Roles and responsibilities
• ISCM Process – NIST SP 800-137
– Step 1 – Define Strategy
– Step 2 – Establish ISCM program
– Step 3 – Implement
– Step 4 – Analyze and Report
– Step 5 – Respond to Findings
– Step 6 – Review and Update
• ISCM Technologies
• ISCM Challenges & Pitfalls
Practical guidance on ISCM automation and support tools is provided. Student exercises, collaboration and case
studies are used to reinforce the concepts taught in the class.
The course content of Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM) is geared to meet the needs of a
diverse audience covering the spectrum of management, operational and technical roles.
Students will gain thorough knowledge of the theory and policy background underlying continuous monitoring as
well as the practical knowledge needed for effective implementation.
A prerequisite to this course is a strong understanding of RMF, and it is highly recommended students complete
the 4-day RMF training program prior to registration.
Who should attend?
The Continuous Monitoring training program is suitable for government employees and contractors in DoD,
federal “civil” agencies and the intelligence community, particularly those responsible for managing and
monitoring security posture on an ongoing basis.
Discount pricing is available when this class is combined with RMF for DoD IT. Please contact us for details.
We have an assortment of supplemental classes that can be bundled with the RMF for DoD IT to enhance your RMF training experience. By bundling you can receive a considerable discount on the supplemental classes.
- Class begins at 8:00 AM each day and ends at approximately 4:30 PM
- Thursday class normally ends at least one hour early
- Suggested dress code: Business Casual
Venue: Online Personal Classroom™
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