RMF for DoD IT
RMF for DoD IT Fundamentals (Day 1) provides an overview of information security and risk management and proceeds to a high-level view of RMF for DoD IT. Discussion is centered on RMF for DoD IT policies, roles and responsibilities, along with key publications from DoD, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS). The class includes high-level discussion of the RMF for DoD IT “life cycle”, including security authorization (aka. certification and accreditation), along with the RMF documentation package and security controls.
RMF for DoD IT
RMF for DoD IT In-Depth (Days 2-4) expands on the fundamentals topics at a level of detail that enables practitioners to immediately apply the training to their daily work. Each student will gain an in depth knowledge of the relevant DoD, NIST and CNSS publications along with the practical guidance needed to implement them in the work environment. Each phase of the seven step RMF life cycle is covered in detail, as is each component of the corresponding documentation package. NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-53 Security Controls, along with corresponding assessment procedures, are covered in detail, as are CNSS Instruction 1253 “enhancements”. Individual and group activities are used to reinforce key concepts.
Successful completion of the 4 day RMF training course will provide the necessary knowledge to sit for the CAP (Certified Authorization Professional) Exam by ISC2.
Who should attend?
The RMF for DoD IT training program is suitable for DoD employees and contractors, as well as their supporting vendors and service providers. The full four-day program is recommended for most students. Managers and others who need only high-level knowledge of RMF have the option of attending just the RMF for DoD IT Fundamentals (one day).
The full RMF for DoD IT training program is four days. It is highly recommended students complete the full course to gain a thorough understanding of the intricacies of RMF implementation.
Course Overview & Outlines
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The RMF for DoD IT training program is offered on a regularly-scheduled basis in
Aberdeen | Charleston | Colorado Springs | Dayton | Huntsville | National Capital Region | Pensacola | San Antonio | San Diego | Seattle | Southern Maryland
Training is also available to distance learners via Online Personal Classroom™ technology.
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Private Group Classes
If you have a group of students (normally 8 or more), any of our training programs can be delivered at your site (in a suitable classroom facility), or in our Online Personal Classroom. Group classes offer significant savings over individual class registrations; the larger the class, the greater the savings.
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“Per-student” fees for regularly-scheduled RMF for DoD IT training are as follows:
RMF for DoD IT Fundamentals (one day): $750
RMF for DoD IT In-Depth (four days): $1,935
Payment options for regularly-scheduled training are as follows:
Credit card – Visa, MasterCard and American Express
SF182 – government entities may submit an SF182 for invoicing after completion of training
PO – purchase orders are accepted from government and major corporate entities
How to Register
Registration for regularly-scheduled classes can be completed in two ways:
RMF education doesn’t stop when your class ends!
TrainPlus™ is a monthly, invitation-only teleconference with one of our BAI RMF subject matter experts. If you have questions lingering from your training, or you’ve encountered a problem implementing RMF in the “real world”, we are here to help you. Regardless of whether you attend RMF training in one of our BAI classroom locations, our Online Personal Classroom, or on-site at your agency/company location, there is never any additional charge for this “post training support”.