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The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NCSF) Practitioner Training course is suited for individuals working with and overseeing the technology, including CIOs, CISOs, IT Directors and Managers, IT Security personnel, and IT staff.
- Two-day deep dive into NIST CSF Foundation concepts.
- Focus on designing and implementing (or improving) a cybersecurity program to minimize risks and protect critical assets based on the NIST CSF.
- Provides an analysis of various technical and business controls, including the Center for Internet Security v8 Critical Security Controls, the ISO 27001: 2013 Information Security Management System Requirements, and the NIST Risk Management Framework.
- Includes NIST Framework certification exam and …
The three-day NIST Cybersecurity Bootcamp course is a combination of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NCSF) Foundation and Practitioner Training courses. The bootcamp provides a deep dive into the components of the NIST CSF and NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) and how they align to risk management. The course will follow the principles of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to design and implement (or improve) a cybersecurity program to protect critical assets. The bootcamp details defense in depth, creation of a Written Information Security Program, and implementing ongoing assessments for a continuous improvement plan. This course is suited for individuals working with …
The one-day LRS NIST Cybersecurity Foundation course is designed for anyone in an organization who needs to understand the basics of cybersecurity, the components of the NIST CSF, and how the NIST CSF aligns to risk management. Security, IT, risk management, policy makers, and other business professionals who have responsibility for aspects of business or technical security can benefit from this course.
Includes NIST Framework certification exam and continuing education credits, such as PDUs and CEUs. Candidates receive a certificate for a passing score and a skills-gap document after completing their exam.
This one-day course is designed to provide IT professionals with a fundamental understanding of cybersecurity, with a particular focus on ransomware. The course covers topics such as cybersecurity threats, encryption, authentication, authorization, and ransomware attacks, along with strategies for ransomware protection.
The course is suitable for both novice and experienced IT professionals. It's designed for individuals who may have experience or exposure to other IT-related areas, but have minimal or no exposure to cybersecurity or ransomware. This includes administrators, developers, testers, analysts, and students.
This is a one-day course that provides a comprehensive understanding of cybersecurity, focusing on the complexities of the cybersecurity landscape, cryptography, and the influence of users, devices, and applications on the security perimeter. The course also introduces the Zero Trust framework as a strategy to enhance cybersecurity.
This course introduces the fundamentals of cybersecurity and the principles of a Zero Trust strategy. In the first module, students are introduced to the basics of cybersecurity, gaining an understanding of the overall landscape, the role of encryption, the importance of user verification and access control, and the necessity of network and data …