- January 13, 2020 - January 17, 2020
**Please be aware that STIG 101 routinely sells out quickly**
RMF for DoD IT Fundamentals (One Day) 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 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 NIST security controls.
RMF for DoD IT In-Depth (Three Days) expands on these 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 life cycle activity in the DoD Instruction 8510.01 (RMF for DoD IT) 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”. Specific attention is paid to the process of transition from DIACAP to RMF, as well as the application of the eMASS tool to various aspects of the RMF life cycle. “Class participation” exercises and collaboration reinforce key concepts. RMF for DoD IT Fundamentals is recommended as a “prerequisite” to RMF for DoD IT In-Depth.
STIG 101 (One Day) answers core questions and provides guidance on the implementation of DISA STIGs. Students will gain a conceptual understanding of DISA STIGs as well as real-world implementation instruction. Some topics include:
- STIG Overview
- Best Practices
- STIG Content
- STIG Viewer
- “How to”
STIG 101 is open to all students (government and contractor) with an interest in learning about STIGs.
- On-site classes begin at 9:00 am each day and online begins at 10:00 am each day.
- Suggested dress code: Business Casual
Venue: Online Personal Classroom™
Our Online Personal Classroom Training™ is conducted via AdobeConnect®. You can test your computer for compatibility with Adobe Connect here.