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This 7-week course focuses on the Risk Management Framework (RMF) prescribed by NIST Standards. It provides an in-depth analysis of information security and risk management, FISMA regulations, roles, and responsibilities, and NIST RMF process steps, including security authorization (SA). Each student will gain in-depth knowledge of the NIST publications along with the practical guidance needed to implement them in a work environment. The course also prepares students for the ISC2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) certification.

This RMF course is suitable for employees and contractors of federal “civil” agencies as well as their supporting vendors and supporting providers. It also contains practical guidance that students can use in organizations in the private sector to better protect their operations, assets, and people.

It is more than just a course it is a program. The final week of the course is dedicated to preparing students for a career in information security/privacy and includes job search strategies, resume building, interview prep, and career growth tips.

What you will learn in this course?

  • Provide an in-depth review and analysis of the risk management framework (RMF)
  • Describe the process to effectively implement the RMF
  • Examine documentations associated with the RMF
  • Describe the steps necessary to effectively analyze security and privacy risks
  • Be ready to execute the RMF


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The program prepares students for the ISC2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) certification. CAP exams are administered by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) - www.ISC2.org. The ISC2 CAP certification is mainly targeted to those candidates who want to build their career in Cybersecurity domain. The ISC2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) exam verifies that the candidate possesses the fundamental knowledge and proven skills in the area of ISC2 CAP.
There is nothing about being being a citizen of any country that makes a person inherently more trustworthy or better at a certain type of job. There are a few exceptions for certain government positions and government contractors that do require US citizenship. However there are ample opportunities in private/non-federal sectors too.
The academy provides assistance for job search, resume building, interview, and career growth tips
Yes. This program follows a cybersecurity management path with no prior IT experience required.
This may be the only class you will need depending on the specific career field sought. However, to be more competitive in the job market, we also recommend CompTIA Security+


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