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VLT2 Task 4 Recap
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TWO COMPONENTS TO TASK 4 A. Discuss key elements that need to be addressed as part of the risk management framework by completing the attached “RMF To-Do List.” Filling out the RMF is very similar to Task 3, you refer to the same RA as in Task 3. B. Create a white paper (table format is also acceptable) that compares the ISO 27002, COBIT, NIST, and ITIL frameworks by doing the following: 1. Discuss how each framework is most commonly used. 2. Analyze the purpose of each framework design. 3. Evaluate the strengths of each framework. 4. Evaluate the weaknesses of each framework. 5. Discuss the certification and accreditation process for the frameworks.
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KEY TO UNDERSTANDING: GO TO “COMPLIANCE WITH STANDARDS” IN COS Now scroll down page, see next slide
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LINKS TO COBIT, ITIL, NIST, ISO 27001 Read the documents found in these links
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READ THE DOCUMENTS ABOUT THE FOUR FRAMEWORKS Understand the differences between COBIT, NIST, ITIL, and ISO 27001
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