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Accredited through APMG International, certified in the United Kingdom by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and listed as qualified cyber training by Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (DHS CISA) in the U.S., the industry first, NCSP training programme teaches individuals and organisations how to engineer, operationalise and continually improve a NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST-CSF) Programme.

 

This 12-hour self-paced, eLearning NIST Cybersecurity Professional (NCSP) Practitioner Certificate course is targeted is targeted at individuals or teams who will play an active or passive role in engineering, operationalising and continually improving an organisations NIST Cybersecurity Framework program.

NCSP Practitioner Certificate - Self-Paced Video Training + Exam Voucher

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The NIST Cyber Security Framework (NIST-CSF) provides a policy framework of computer security guidance for how organisations can assess and improve their ability to prevent, detect, and respond to cyber-attacks. It provides a high-level taxonomy of cybersecurity outcomes and a methodology to assess and manage those outcomes. Originally aimed at operators of critical infrastructure, the framework is now being used by a wide range of businesses and organisations and helps shift organisations to a proactive approach to risk management. Internationally the framework has been adopted in over 27 countries, and Japan and Australia have made NCSF central to its Government programs.

 

The NIST-CSF focuses on using business drivers to guide cybersecurity activities and considering cybersecurity risks as part of the organisation’s risk management processes. The Framework consists of three parts:

  • the Framework Core,
  • the Implementation Tiers, and
  • the Framework Profiles.

 

The Framework Core is a set of cybersecurity activities, outcomes, and informative references that are common across sectors and critical infrastructure. Elements of the Core provide detailed guidance for developing individual organisational Profiles.

 

The Tiers provide a mechanism for organisations to view and understand the characteristics of their approach to managing cybersecurity risk, which will help in prioritizing and achieving cybersecurity objectives.

 

Through use of Profiles, the Framework will help an organisation to align and prioritize its cybersecurity activities with its business/mission requirements, risk tolerances, and resources.

 

While the NIST-CSF was developed to improve cybersecurity risk management in critical infrastructure, the Framework can be used by organisations in any sector or community. The Framework enables organisations – regardless of size, degree of cybersecurity risk, or cybersecurity sophistication – to apply the principles and best practices of risk management to improving security and resilience. The Framework provides a common organising structure for multiple approaches to cybersecurity by assembling standards, guidelines, and practices that are working effectively today. Moreover, because it references globally recognized standards for cybersecurity, the Framework serves as a model for international cooperation on strengthening cybersecurity in critical infrastructure as well as other sectors and communities.

 

The Framework offers a flexible way to address cybersecurity, including cybersecurity’s effect on physical, cyber, and people dimensions. It is applicable to organisations relying on technology, whether their cybersecurity focus is primarily on information technology (IT), industrial control systems (ICS), cyber-physical systems (CPS), or connected devices more generally, including the Internet of Things (IoT). The Framework can assist organisations in addressing cybersecurity as it affects the privacy of customers, employees, and other parties. Additionally, the Framework’s outcomes serve as targets for workforce development and improvement activities.

 

This NIST Cybersecurity Professional (NCSP) Practitioner Certificate course is targeted at individuals or teams who will play an active or passive role in engineering, operationalising and continually improving an organisations NIST Cybersecurity Framework program.

Students must have attended and completed the NIST Cybersecurity Professional (NCSP) Foundation Certificate, which is a pre-requisite for acceptance on the Practitioner level course.

 

Access to the course lasts for 12 months allowing delegates to complete the course and exam in their own time. 

 

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