SP 800-16 Rev. 1 (Retired Draft)

A Role-Based Model for Federal Information Technology/Cybersecurity Training (3rd Draft)

Date Published: March 2014
Comments Due: April 30, 2014 (public comment period is CLOSED)
Email Questions to: sp80016-comments@nist.gov

Author(s)

Patricia Toth (NIST), Penny Klein (Systegra)

Announcement

NIST announces the release of Draft Special Publication (SP) 800-16 Revision 1 (3rd public draft), A Role-Based Model For Federal Information Technology/Cyber Security Training for public comment. SP 800-16 describes information technology / cyber security role-based training for Federal Departments and Agencies and Organizations (Federal Organizations). Its primary focus is to provide a comprehensive, yet flexible, training methodology for the development of training courses or modules for personnel who have been identified as having significant information technology / cyber security responsibilities.

Abstract

Keywords

security awareness; security controls; information assurance; security literacy; cybersecurity; learning continuum; security; role-based training
Control Families

Awareness and Training; Program Management

Documentation

Publication:
Draft SP 800-16 Rev. 1 (3rd draft)

Supplemental Material:
None available

Document History:
03/14/14: SP 800-16 Rev. 1 (Draft)

Topics

Security and Privacy
audit & accountability; awareness training & education

Laws and Regulations
OMB Circular A-130