New PDF release: A guide to the National Initiative for Cybersecurity

By Kohnke, Anne; Shoemaker, Dan; Sigler, Kenneth

ISBN-10: 1498739970

ISBN-13: 9781498739979

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Securely provision contains seven specialty areas. These areas primarily lie in the academic and professional domain of software and systems engineering. 6 shows the relationship between the securely provision general knowledge area, the specialty areas, and their corresponding roles. The specialty areas that fall within securely provision are not usually considered to be part of traditional information security practice, at least in academe, because the securely provision areas concentrate more on the system itself than the information that it transmits.

The ­general activities in this area include troubleshooting of problems as they arise in day-to-day operation. This area also installs, configures, troubleshoots, and provides maintenance of applications with a security requirement or focus. More importantly it is also responsible for executing and (potentially) escalating routine training activities that might arise as a result of routine business operation. User support specialist Network services. This specialty area comprises the classic network management function.

The NICE framework makes an authoritative, formal statement about what an individual has to know in order to fulfill the requirements of a range of roles in an organization. 0). The framework is a product of the NIST and the Department of Homeland Security National Cyber Security Division (DHS-NCSD). NIST has the advantage of being a federal government entity and so it has the ability to reach across all sectors to assemble a national body of experts. 0). governmental, business, and academic. That input was then pulled together into a single “national baseline representing the essential knowledge and skills” that all IT security practitioners should possess (NIST, 2014).

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