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Mission Assurance for Senior Leaders
Date 03/14 - Ver 1.0


This interactive web-based training supports senior leader awareness of critical cybersecurity concerns by examining three issues of significant importance to senior DoD leadership: insider threat, spillage, and "whaling." This training supplements, for senior leaders, the annual cybersecurity awareness training required for all DoD information technology authorized users. Senior leaders have special responsibilities relating to cybersecurity implementation: enforcing cybersecurity policy, serving as cybersecurity role models, and fostering a culture of compliance within their organizations. Senior leaders and their families are also special cyber targets because of the senior leader’s access, profile, and impact on mission. This training reviews the insider threat, spillage, and "whaling" cyber threats from the perspective of a senior leader and offers actions a senior leader might take to counter these threats. (20 Min)
 
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​DoD Authorizing Official (AO)
Date 12/18 - Ver 1.2
Content date 06/15

The updated version 1.2 makes this course mobile device compatible. There were no content changes from version 1.1. This interactive training provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the DoD Authorizing Official (AO), to include important issues associated with the AO's responsibilities. The central focus of this training is on the AO’s responsibilities for the cybersecurity assessment and authorization for operation of DoD information systems and platform information technology (PIT) systems using the DoD Risk Management Framework (RMF) for DoD information technology (IT). This presentation also provides legal guidance relating to DoD cybersecurity, to include Congressional legislation, as well as Federal and DoD policy governing the AO. Key players related to the AO’s responsibilities are indicated, including the Authorizing Official Designated Representative (AODR), DoD Mission Area Principal Authorizing Official (PAO), DoD Component Chief Information Officer (CIO), DoD Component Security Control Assessor (SCA), Program or System Manager (PM/SM), User Representative (UR), Information System Security Manager (ISSM), and Information System Security Officer (ISSO). The AO's responsibilities concerning system connection and the DoD Cybersecurity Workforce Improvement Program are reviewed. The information in this product can also benefit mid-level and senior managers, as well as their supporting staffs. (Length – 5.0 hrs)
 
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Designated Accrediting Authority (DAA)
Date 01/13 - Ver 10.0

NOTE:This training has been retained online at the request of the DoD Cybersecurity Workforce Improvement Program Advisory Council (WIPAC) for use by DoD Authorizing Officials (AOs) responsible for information systems certified and accredited under the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP). This training is intended as a legacy reference only and should not be used for initial or recertification training by DoD AOs or for any other purpose.

This interactive training provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the DAA. The user will learn about important issues associated with the DAA's responsibilities and the key players that interact with the DAA, including the Principal Accrediting Authority, Chief Information Officer, Certifying Authority, Program Manager, User Representative, Information Assurance Manager (IAM), and Information Assurance Officer (IAO). This presentation also provides legal guidance relating to information system security, to include Congressional legislation, as well as Federal and Department of Defense, or DoD, policy. An overview of DoD certification and accreditation, to include details on the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) is provided. The DAA's responsibilities concerning system connection and the DoD IA Workforce Improvement Program are reviewed. Content contains update material on IA Workforce Specialty Categories, guidance on social networking issues, handling of leaked Government documents on the web, and information on the forthcoming Federal Risk Management Framework (RMF). The information in this product can also benefit mid-level and senior managers. (Length - 3 hrs)
 
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​IA Briefing for Senior Operational Leaders
Date 03/10 - Ver 1.0

The Information Assurance (IA) Briefing for Senior Operational Leaders presents five short scenarios based on problems observed during operations, with the actual or possible consequences that could result from the actions that caused the problems. You, as the senior leader, are challenged to consider how your planning, action, and response could lessen or eliminate these vulnerabilities. (Length - 30 min)
 
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