The DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) are a set of guidelines that provide security configurations and policies for various technologies and systems. This training course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the core concepts of the DISA STIGs and how to implement them effectively through a combination of hands-on implementation experience in a virtual lab environment as well as lecture and discussion. The STIG 101 curriculum leverages BAI’s extensive experience as a provider of RMF consulting services.
STIG 101 topics include:
- What the DISA STIGs are and why they are important in maintaining system security
- Best practices for implementing DISA STIGs in various system environments
- Tools and techniques for auditing and verifying compliance with DISA STIGs
- Commonly used tools, to include, DISA STIG Viewer, SCAP Compliance Checker and Evaluate-STIG
*BAI is aware of the funding issue surrounding the future of SCAP Compliance Checker (SCC). Currently SCC is funded through the remainder of FY23 so it remains included in our curriculum. Should that change, the curriculum will be updated accordingly. BAI has responded to this issue by updating the curriculum to include Evaluate-STIG and will continue to monitor the future of SCC.
Who should attend?
STIG 101 is open to all students (government and contractors), particularly those who have previously completed RMF for DoD IT Fundamentals and RMF for DoD IT in-depth classes.
This one-day training Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) 101 training program helps learners understand how to implement and work with DISA STIG tools.
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SF182 – government entities may submit an SF182 for invoicing after completion of training
PO – purchase orders are accepted from government and major corporate entities
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”.