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Jun 14 - 15

Falls Church, VA

UVA / Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center

New FISMA requirements place increased emphasis on implementing an effective "continuous monitoring program" for all government IT systems. This will be accomplished by OMB increasing the annual FISMA reporting requirements and NIST issuing NIST Special Publication 800-37, Revision 1. What are the most effective and efficient ways to meet new OMB and NIST FISMA requirements? What strategies and tools are available to support a seamless implementation of these requirements into your IT system, and which will be most effective for your system and organizational culture? All of these questions will be answered during this Digital Government Institute workshop by an expert who has supported the implementation of security in over 200 government and contractor run government IT systems.

The intended audience for the course is individuals with security responsibility in Federal, Department of Defense, and Intelligence organizations to include: authorizing officials (AOs), designated approving authorities (DAAs), certifiers, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), IT system owners, project managers, information system security officers (ISSOs), and system administrators and their staffs and any individuals seeking to maintain and monitor their IT security within the US Government.

Cost: Govt: $795 (before May 28); $895 (after May 28): Industry: $895 (before May 28), $995 (after May 28)

Contact Name: Digital Government Institute

ph: 703-752-6243 email: info@digitalgovernment.com

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Digital Government Institute


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