NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review

20
Jan
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (Virtual - EASTERN TIME)

01-20-2022 8:30 am - 01-21-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others.  

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

20
Jan
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (ATLANTA)

01-20-2022 8:30 am - 01-21-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others. 

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

20
Jan
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (NEWARK, NJ)

01-20-2022 8:30 am - 01-21-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others. 

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

20
Jan
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (WASHINGTON D.C.)

01-20-2022 8:30 am - 01-21-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others. 

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

24
Feb
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (Virtual - EASTERN TIME)

02-24-2022 8:30 am - 02-25-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others.  

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

24
Feb
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (ATLANTA)

02-24-2022 8:30 am - 02-25-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others.  

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

24
Feb
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (NEWARK)

02-24-2022 8:30 am - 02-25-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others.  

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

24
Feb
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (WASHINGTON D.C.)

02-24-2022 8:30 am - 02-25-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others.  

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

24
Feb
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (TRINIDAD)

02-24-2022 8:30 am - 02-25-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others.  

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here. 

24
Feb
2022

NIST CSF Cyber Resilience Review Assessment Hands-On Workshop (JAMAICA)

02-24-2022 8:30 am - 02-25-2022 4:30 pm
USD $2,495.00

 

Performing a CRR against the NIST CSF is an ideal way to get started with establishing or improving enterprise-wide cyber security governance and best practices based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Certified Information Security's Cyber qualified security assessors have been trained by official DHS Security assessors to facilitate private (not involving the DHS) CRR question-based assessments for organizations otherwise not eligible for DHS facilitation. Small teams often choose to attend regularly-scheduled public group assessment workshops, while larger teams typically opt to reserve discounted private on-site/virtual assessments.

The Cyber Resilience Review is a lightweight assessment method that was created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of evaluating the cybersecurity and service continuity practices of critical infrastructure owners and operators. However, private sector organizations and foreign government bodies leverage the same CRR to evaluate enterprise programs and practices across a range of ten domains including risk management, incident management, service continuity, and others.  

The CRR assessment strives to identify how an organization aligns its cybersecurity management activities to the performance or production of its critical services. The assessment consists of 299 questions, and is typically delivered in a 12 - 16 hour workshop led by a qualified facilitator over a period of two consecutive days. Our specially-trained facilitator elicits answers from your organization’s personnel in cybersecurity, operations, physical security, and business continuity. Throughout the assessment workshop, your organization's team members will work together to record answers to the assessment kit (available at no charge), which will then be used to generate a complete 176-page analysis and report. Learn more about assessment topics and structure in "Assessment approach" here.