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I'm probably overworked and overcommited, but I also would like to get this credential at some point.. I wondering if there are some like minded professionals out there that would like to form a study group for this certification and meet somewhat regularly to hold each other accountable. I'm in MST and would like to meet a few times a month, establishing some goals and getting my certification. ARE YOU INTERESTED? Reply here or PM me and lets see what we can do!
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Hello fellow candidates, Curious on others thoughts regarding DIACAP being replaced with RMF. Based on the NIST listed as additional resources, it seems like it would be more beneficial to focus on the RMF process and how it fits into information systems security engineering. The original CBK gets into DIACAP and NIACAP but I think I'm just going to read it for context but really focus more on RMF. Curious on how you all are approaching this particular topic. Thanks.