NIST Cybersecurity Framework Practitioner: Learning Outcomes | ALC Training News
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The key objective is for each participant to complete the course and immediately be able to apply the NIST Cybersecurity Framework in their own work context:
- NIST Cybersecurity Framework Overview
- Identify Function
- Protect Function
- Detect Function
- Respond Function
- Recover Function
- Informative References
- Practical Workshop
- Mock Exam
- Final Exam
The NIST certification course approach has been designed to blend the introduction of a topic via theory and practical exercises, designed to maximise understanding and retention. Strong use is made of a case study throughout the week’s training. Exercises include:
- Develop an asset register
- Identify threats, determine risks, and make recommendations
- Evaluate service provider models, contrasting risks and opportunities
- Discuss risks associated with storing data in the cloud
- Select security architecture design principles
- Create a data classification scheme and use this for managing risks with cloud solutions
- Define security zones and a security architecture model
- Identify and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different encryption technologies
- List and prioritise business-critical operations for business continuity
- Evaluate the benefits of an in-house incident response capability versus using a managed service model
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