Training that suits your needs
Whether you need Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, or other training, RISA has it covered. Contact us today so we may help plan and fulfill your next training requirement. We train at your location or nearby - whatever is best for you! We have the ability to source highly technical, certified, and (security) cleared instructors to provide top-notch training. Our lean management hierarchy allows us to respond swiftly to your needs and our 8(a) certification provides you the ability to work directly with us. Contact RISA today!
As a Cybersecurity services provider, RISA likes to showcase its ability to offer CompTIA Security+
RISA is pleased to be a CompTIA Authorized Partner (CAP) offering Security+ certification training at your location! Are you a U.S. Federal Government entity? If so, you are exactly who we wish to team with to train your staff. RISA has the ability to sole-source using our 8(a) certification (click link to see how). Please contact us today for pricing and to schedule your next CompTIA Security+ training with RISA!
DoD Risk Management Framework training
Department of Defense Risk Management Framework (RMF) is a complete course that enables practitioners to immediately apply the RMF process to their daily work. Each activity in the Risk Management Framework is covered in detail, as is each component of the documentation package and the continuous monitoring process. DoDI 8510.01, NIST 800-53 Security Controls and NIST 800-53a Evaluation Procedures are also covered in detail. Class participation exercises reinforce key concepts. RMF is designed for those who need to become proficient in the nuts and bolts of DoD RMF implementation. This course provides the practical knowledge you need, without being slanted in favor of a specific software tool set. In addition, this course provides a review for the (ISC)2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) Exam. Each chapter emphasizes those concepts covered on the CAP exam, while providing a context within the RMF process. This product is a student manual; however, instructor support materials are available from the publisher upon request. DoD security experts, IT managers, and senior leadership introduced sweeping changes to the Certification and Accreditation process to the extent that personnel roles, job titles, and even the term C&A itself has changed and evolved into new nomenclature and a new era for the Information Assurance community of practice within the DoD (DoDI 8510.01). After implementation, the use of DIACAP Certification and Accreditation processes ceased, and RMF Assessment and Authorization (A&A) will become the 'new normal' for information technology professionals and risk managers throughout the Defense Department.