Fairlawn, VA. — BAI Information Security is now offering a training program focused on eMASS, the Department of Defense (DoD) Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service. "The majority of DoD agencies have now “standardized” on eMASS as the online data repository and management system for their Risk Management Framework (RMF) efforts,” said BAI Principal Consultant Lon Berman. “We felt it was time to add eMASS training to complement our RMF training program."
Fairlawn, VA. — BAI Information Security recently announced significant expansions of training programs. Here are some of the highlights:
- New classroom location— we will now be offering training in the San Diego, CA area as well as the Orlando, FL area, with RMF for DoD IT classes beginning in June, 2017.
- Friday Supplemental classes — We will be introducing a series of one-day classes. Options include: eMASS Workshop, Continuous Monitoring Overview, Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) exam preparation
- Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) — BAI will be launching a five-day training program that will provide guidance in securing systems and applications in the cloud environment, as well as preparing students to take the CCSP certification exam given by ISC2 (www.isc2.org). Training will begin with an online class in April.
Fairlawn, VA. — BAI Information Security recently announced its Risk Management Framework (RMF) for DoD IT training will be offered at Dynetics Training Facilities in Huntsville, AL and Arlington, VA. BAI is a leading provider of RMF training and consulting for DoD and Federal agencies, their contractors and vendors throughout the United States and internationally. Dynetics is a leading provider of products and services for the defense, intelligence, aerospace, automotive, IT/cybersecurity and physical security sectors.
Fairlawn, VA – March 6, 2015 – BAI Information Security today announced a substantial enhancement to the Risk Management Framework (RMF) for DoD IT training program curriculum. The revised training program, dubbed “Version 3.0,” significantly ramps up the emphasis on building skills that DoD employees and contractors will need as their programs make the transition from DIACAP to RMF.
March 31, 2014 - BAI Information Security today announced the latest update to its cybersecurity risk management training portfolio. The Risk Management Framework for DoD IT training program covers the newly-unveiled DoD risk management methodology and the process of transition from the legacy DIACAP process.