Free cyber security course. Delve into essential cybersecurity NIST Risk management frameworks

 πŸŒŸ Exciting Announcement Alert! Last week, NIST took a significant step in advancing cybersecurity education by releasing four introductory courses covering their flagship publications for FREE! πŸ†“

πŸ“˜ Delve into essential cybersecurity frameworks with courses on:

- NIST SP 800-37, Risk Management Framework (RMF) 

- NIST SP 800-53, Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations

- NIST SP 800-53A, Assessing Security and Privacy Controls in Information Systems and Organizations

- NIST SP 800-53B, Control Baselines for Information Systems and Organizations

πŸ” These meticulously curated courses offer unparalleled insights into cybersecurity best practices, delivered in a concise format designed to optimize learning efficiency. With just 60 minutes required for each course, professionals can easily incorporate this valuable knowledge into their busy schedules.

But the excitement doesn't stop there! NIST has also unveiled a comprehensive crosswalk between NIST CSF 2.0 and NIST SP 800-53, providing invaluable guidance for cybersecurity practitioners navigating these frameworks.

Some common question and answer regarding the course

Q: Are these courses self-guided or instructor-led?

A: The courses provided are self-guided online courses.

Q: Is there a fee to access these courses?

A: No. The NIST materials provided on the CSRC website, including the RMF and SP 800-53 series introductory courses, are free to any interested party.

Q: Is registration required?

A: No. Registration is not required to access the courses.

Q: Is there a quiz at the end of each course?

A: No, there are no quizzes at the end of each course. The material in each course is provided for informational purposes only.

Q: Are certificates issued upon completion of the courses?

A: At the end of each course presented on this NIST website, a certificate of course completion is provided as a courtesy. The certificate only identifies that the course material was viewed and does not attest to any qualifications, knowledge, or skill level resulting from the completion of the course.

Q: How do I print the certificate of completion?

A: Use the browser's print option, generally found in the browser menu, to print or capture a PDF of the course certificate. Please add your name and the date of completion to the certificate.

πŸ”— Dive into these invaluable resources today! Links to the crosswalk and courses can be found in here

.Let's elevate our cybersecurity expertise together!

 πŸ’Ό #NIST #Cybersecurity #ProfessionalDevelopment #KnowledgeIsPower


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