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DIACAP is to the DoD what Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and other security relgulations are to the private sector. DIACAP stands for DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process. DIACAP certification and accreditation must be applied to most DoD agency information systems and in many cases it must be renewed anually. Having a team that is competent in the DIACAP process is essential when putting your stamp of approval on an Accreditation. Since a department head must sign off that the DIACAP certification has been met regarding their specific network, skilled team members who thoroughly know what to look for an how to act on issues found is essential to being held accountable in meeting this accreditation.
We offer DIACAP training in a 4 day schedule. The training class provides as much hands-on as can be fit in to the curriculum. Real world scenarios are tied in to most lessons by our Subject Matter Expert instructors. The class typically meets Monday through Thursday from 8:30am until 4:30pm.
Variations in DIACAP Training
Each branch of the US Military has some slight differences in the DIACAP certification process. We have the ability to tailor each course based on the branch of the Military that we are presenting to.
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