NCF-88 Application of Security Risk using Risk Management Framework (RMF)

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Today we bring back an much revered past guest, Prof. Andre Hinton, A well respected professor who will also be an occasional host for future shows. Truly a rare asset and great personality in the cyber industry, we look forward to hearing from him more. In today’s show Hinton is talking about the importance of risk management framework (RMF) for businesses, and the problems they face with information’s risk assessment, their quantification, and protection. Prof. Hinton has a great relational explanation of Security related to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs which I think you will all appreciate. From teaching the next generation of experts in forensics to the application of RMF, everyone should get a lot of rare insight from today’s show.
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