NIST Cybersecurity Framework Practitioner: Course Overview | ALC Training News
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The NIST Cybersecurity Framework was released in 2014 and is gaining widespread use by organisations across the globe. The continuous improvement lifecycle assists organisations to use a tiered, risk-based approach when safeguarding their most critical assets, before, during and after a potentially disruptive cybersecurity incident.
ALC’s 5-day NIST Cybersecurity Framework Practitioner® (NFP) course is designed for information security professionals who wish to gain an understanding of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and its application. The NIST CSF training course immerses participants in all aspects of the theory behind the framework, but applies a regional flavour on how the framework can be applied to an Australian or New Zealand context through the use of a case study. Each section has been designed to introduce the NIST view, then expand on this with more detailed and practical information, before making use of a case study to practically apply the knowledge learnt.
There are no pre-requisites to attend, however, to gain the most from the NIST training, it is advisable that delegates have had at least one year in an information security or cyber security role.
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