Hi. Hi, everyone. And welcome to the risk management framework course, this is lesson number 1.0, this is the introduction.
Some of the prerequisites for this course is you should have a general understanding of computer systems, information technology and security principles.
You should also be an I T security manager or part of the executive management team.
You should have a basic understanding of the mistress management framework as well as in this nice framework. We're going to get into a little bit of that as we go along on. You should have some familiarity with in this special publications as well as Theis Soto 27,001 Standard.
So here's my introduction. Hello. I am Dr Nicky Robinson. I work in I t. Security Inverse Management. So I have over 12 years of experience in I t. Insecurity Fields. I hold some industry certifications CSS Piech as well. Some i m a c i t. P certifications.
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So we're gonna go through some of the supplementary materials for this course,
you're gonna want toe. Have an idea of what the NIST special publication czar for each step, and you might want to take a look at them if you have more questions about each step. So there's Thespian Publications 853 A, which is a huge one, as well as the 837 in 1 37 You should also have some familiarity with the 830 39
You should also be familiar with the Phipps 1 99 and 200. We're going to talk a little bit more about that as we go along. Swell a swells. The are enough website. There's a lot of great information on there, So if you have any more questions, you would like to learn more.
So the target audience this course is intended for people who are looking to implement nous or a math from the executive level really want to understand how it can be implemented and how it could benefit your organization. A zealous have a basic understanding of new start math, but you're not sure how to implement it. at the executive level.
And are you familiar with this special publications? But you want to know how they relate to RMF and how you can use them in your organization. Then this will be the right course for you.
So in this Siri's some of the learning objectives,
we're really gonna be interested in the NIST risk management framework and how compete implemented in the organization from the executive level, we're really gonna be talking about the C suite level here, a zealous the overview of each step of the arm of process and what you really need to know as an executive manager or someone who is trying to build a top down approach for security.
Um, and then you know why? Why do I need to understand? This is a member of the executive team. You know what? Why is this gonna matter to me? Why should I be familiar with this