Risk Management Framework for Executives Overview 2-Day Course
This is a high-level, 2-day executive level training course which provides an introduction to Risk Management Framework (RMF), including a review of the laws, policy, and regulations that govern the process, the roles and responsibilities associated with the RMF, introducing risk, the 6 steps, Defense-in-Depth, and understanding the documentation and artifacts required. It will primarily focus on the executive’s role in the RMF process and the impact they can have to the cost, the timeline, and the authorization to operate (ATO).
NICE Work Roles
Authorizing Official/Designating Representative
Senior official or executive with the authority to formally assume responsibility for operating an information system at an acceptable level of risk to organizational operations (including mission, functions, image, or reputation), organizational assets, individuals, other organizations, and the Nation (CNSSI 4009).
Executive Cyber Leadership
Executes decision-making authorities and establishes vision and direction for an organization’s cyber and cyber-related resources and/or operations.
- Module 1 – Critical Definitions
- Module 2 – Introducing Risk
- Module 3 – The Laws, Policies and Guidance
- Module 4 – Roles and Responsibilities
- Module 5 – The 6 Steps of the RMF
- Module 6 – Defense-in-Depth
- Module 7 – Understanding the RMF Core Package
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