Falls Church, VA
UVA/Virginia Tech N. Virginia Center
OMB and NIST have made some major advances in improving the future of government information system security. How do you leverage all of these advances to successfully meet your 2012 FISMA requirements? This 2-day course explains the specifics of these advances and provides strategies for leveraging them into meeting your individual and enterprise FISMA responsibilities in 2012. Attendees will gain a practical understanding of the strategies by working real-world examples during group activities and by reviewing actual samples of the key FISMA documents. Speakers from DHS and NIST will be providing current information and guidance related to trends and the new FISMA reporting metrics, processes, and standards. The main speaker will be taught by a Certified (ISC)2 Instructor, who has developed and taught DIACAP, CISSP, ISSEP and CAP review courses for over five years. He also brings real-world practical experience from their supporting over 300 FISMA C&A's and continuous monitoring programs for systems in military, public and private sectors.
The intended audience for the course is for senior information security officers (SISOs), information system owners, project managers, information system security officers (ISSOs), system managers, administrators and their staffs and any individuals seeking to better understand how to secure an IT system and meet FISMA requirements and develop a Continuous Monitoring Program This course is recommended for all of these roles from the contractor, integrator, government agency, military and intelligence communities.
Govt: $895; Industry: $995
Contact Name: Kathy Hughes
703 752 6243