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學生對 信息安全 提供的 NIST CSF 的評價和反饋

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23 個評分
5 條評論

課程概述

This course will help you to build a basic understanding of NIST cybersecurity fundamentals. You will learn about the RMF process and managing risk by identifying, assessing and responding to risk. Additionally, you will learn how to use the framework to assess an organization's cybersecurity risk and the steps to implement or improve a cybersecurity program. The Cybersecurity Framework skill path introduces the framework for improving infrastructure cybersecurity....
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1 - NIST CSF 的 6 個評論(共 6 個)

創建者 Rodolfo H

2022年4月5日

The course is very good, it addresses the concepts in a very detailed way. The knowledge of the teacher is noted.

Although I have experience in NIST 800-30, I learned a lot, I am very comfortable with the knowledge I have acquired. I appreciate the scholarship you have given me.

Suggestion:

1) It would be possible to do 4 exams, since the course has approximately 170 Slides / 96 pages. Besides the questions are quite detailed.

a) CSF Component (Core, Tiers and Profiles)

b) Risk Management Frameworks

c) Nist Cybersecurity Frameworks ( Functions, Categories, Sub categories and )

d) 7 Steps CSF Process 2) Some slides are very small (Resource and budget decision making (GAPS)) 3) It would be possible to have a copy of some Resource and budget decision making (GAPS) slides, since there is a lot of experience with them.

創建者 MOHAMMED V S

2022年4月3日

EXCELLENT 5 START RATING

創建者 Imad N H

2021年12月21日

excellent

創建者 SORONGON, J D

2022年5月5日

Very straight forward. Would appreciate a quiz every week to review if we understood the lectures.

創建者 John B

2022年5月9日

I'm disapointed. T​his is more of a "books on tape" course. Of course I can read the specifications myself! I don't want someone to just drone an info dump. I realize that the framework is descriptive by nature, but I want prescriptive examples taken from the lecturers real-world experience, even if it is just an idealized scenario walk-through for an admitedly idealized organization. Very few sentances begin with "For example..."

創建者 Paolo C

2021年12月10日

Bad support slides and a "reader" teacher