Test Pass Academy employs and contracts training solution specialists, consultants and expert security instructors that have been doing security assessments and training for many years. Our security instructors are well known in the industry not only as top level instructor’s with rave reviews, but also as top level security professionals who pass along real world examples to the class. Our experts have a vast understanding of security and a remarkable teaching ability making it easy to grasp the necessary concepts.
Our instructors have years of experience on complex accreditation engagements providing these benefits to everybody that attends our DIACAP training session, including: Dealing with transitioning to DIACAP head on, Cost-effective security with minimal performance impact, How to create organization-wide motivation for IT security, Exposure to the C&A process and types of risk assessments, Awareness of strategies for controlling these efforts and gaining additional resources, Preparing you to meet FISMA requirements while managing IT systems more effectively, efficiently, and securely. This 3 day bootcamp is geared for the Government, Military and Contractors seeking 8570 compliance.
The DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) is the United States DoD process to ensure that risk management is applied on information systems. DIACAP defines a DoD-wide formal and standard set of activities, general tasks and a management structure process for the certification and accreditation (C&A) of a DoD Information systems that will maintain the information assurance posture throughout the system's life cycle.
DIACAP applies to all DoD owned Information Systems and DoD controlled Information Systems operated by a contractor or other entity on behalf of the Department of Defense that receive, process, store, display, or transmit DoD information, regardless of classification or sensitivity.
On November 28, 2007 the Department of Defense (DoD) implemented the Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process that supersedes the DoD 8510.1M DITSCAP.
DIACAP is the result of a NSA directed shift in underlying security paradigm and succeeds its predecessor: DITSCAP. One major change in DIACAP from DITSCAP is the embracing of the idea of information assurance controls (defined in DoDD 8500.1 and DoDI 8500.2) as the primary set of security requirements for all automated information systems (AISs). The IA Controls are determined based on the system's mission assurance category (MAC) and confidentiality level (CL).
Your Instructor Has Vast Experience in the Field
The class went great. Michael was an excellent teacher. He has vast experience in the field and used great real world examples to help understand concepts. Thank you for the opportunity to take this bootcamp with such a qualified teacher.
Thanks again, Robert
Booz Allen Hamilton
Experience and High Energy Teaching Style
Fred is a fantastic instructor, with his background, experience and high energy teaching style I definitely have a great deal of confidence in passing the test first time through. I definitely will recommend your class for any future CISSP candidates.
V/R, Chuck US Navy
Instructor for the Course Was Outstanding
I had a great experience and thought that the test center was top notch. The material that has to be covered for an exam like these is very extensive. The instructor for the course was outstanding, and knew the Windows platform in and out.
I Learned a lot and Passed the Test
The Security Plus class went very well!! I learned a lot, passed the test, and Tracy was an excellent instructor. I felt it was very valuable training for my job and was very satisfied with my experience with Test Pass Academy. Thank you for everything.
Addy - US Air Force
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