Become a Job-Ready Certified Cloud Risk Management Professional (CCRMP). To prevent the $2.1T in projected cyber breaches, employers need Certified Cloud Risk Management Professionals who have demonstrated they can implement the NIST Risk Management Framework and FedRAMP. The NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) and the Federal Risk and authorisation Management Program (FedRAMP) are the de facto standards utilised for cloud security risk management in the U.S. today.
To address accelerating cyber staffing shortages, Mission Critical Institute (MCI) established the CCRMP to provide employers and candidates a performance-based cloud security certification.
As an MCI authorised training partner, Learning Tree can help you earn the CCRMP through five courses that ensure you acquire hands-on project experience in implementing the NIST RMF and FedRAMP.
This is the fifth of five courses that help you earn CCRMP certification.
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Cloud Security Vulnerability Management is designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to proactively secure organisational information assets from cyberattacks. This course examines hacking tools and techniques used by security professionals and ethical hackers to protect computer networks and organisational assets in the cloud. Topics include: attack vectors, intrusion detection, honeypots, penetration testing, cryptography and steganography, user rights and privileges, security baseline analyzers, physical security, and operational security.
Attendees must take the five courses in the CCRMP certification course series in order. Before attending this course, attendees must first successfully complete the following courses:Online Cloud Security Risk Management Policy and Methods Review • Course 2095
The flexible, online 8-week course schedule enables you to collaborate with your instructor and fellow students to acquire the cloud security risk management expertise employers seek.
Asynchronous Threaded Discussions
Each week’s discussion threads focus on a specific cloud security risk management concept. You can participate in these discussions anytime, anywhere as you interact with your instructor and fellow students online.
Four Live Virtual Seminars
At 10 a.m. ET on alternate Saturdays you will participate in live-online interactive sessions led by your expert, practitioner instructor. Recordings of each session will be available to you.
Virtual Office Hours
To further enhance your learning experience, you may communicate with your instructor during weekly virtual office hours.
The following materials are required for the course and must be supplied by the attendee:
Students will work with their EC-Council certified practitioner instructor to produce EC-Council iLabs assignments, participate in weekly virtual discussions, as well as complete weekly assignments and project reports. They will attend bi-weekly, live virtual seminars led by their instructor.
Individuals seeking to advance in cybersecurity risk management to positions in which the NIST RMF/FedRAMP is utilised to secure integrated cloud and on-premise systems in the following sectors:
Eligibility for the CCRMP Certification
To receive the CCRMP certification, applicants must:
Demonstration of CCRMP CBP Competencies
To demonstrate mastery of the CCRMP CBP, applicants produce the deliverables by:
Mission Critical Institute offers a five-course learning pathway to help you earn your CCRMP certification. The courses must be take in this order:
The Mission Critical Institute advances cybersecurity careers and thought leadership by developing career-focused cybersecurity education and training programs for use by universities and cybersecurity employers. In addition, MCI provides strategic cybersecurity consulting services to employers and higher education institutions.
The NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) and the Federal Risk and Authorisation Management Program (FedRAMP) are the de facto standards utilised for cloud security risk management in the U.S. today. To address accelerating cyber staffing shortages, Mission Critical Institute (MCI) established the CCRMP to provide employers and candidates a performance-based cloud security certification.