Categorizing Systems and Information within the RMF
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Our Categorizing Systems and Information within the RMF course gives learners an understanding of how to categorize the system and the information using the NIST SP 800-37 Rev. 2 Risk Management Framework. Take the course below to see how our training can boost your organization’s security posture – and touch up your own skills.
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Security categorization provides a structured way to determine the criticality and sensitivity of the information being processed, stored, and transmitted by an information system.
As part of this course, learners will understand:
- Identifying all information types based on the system boundary
- Categorizing information (processed, stored, or transmitted) by the potential adverse impact that information being compromised as regards confidentiality, integrity, or availability
- Ensuring the security categorizations are consistent with roles, operating environment, connectivity, and intended use
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