What is DoD 8570.1?
The US Department of Defense depends on its Information Assurance (IA) Workforce to protect vital information, information systems and information infrastructures. To ensure that the IA workforce has the necessary skills and knowledge to accomplish this task, the DoD developed the 8570.1 directive.
The directive states that all DoD employees with privileged access to a DoD system - including military service personnel, defense contractors, civilian and foreign employees - must be certified on the concepts, principles and applications that will enhance the protection of the Department's data, information systems and networks.
Furthermore, the directive has an aggressive timetable that aims to have 100% of the workforce fully certified by 2010.
DoD 8570 will be updated to DoD 8140 soon. We will keep you updated on changes
8570.1 Training options available at NetCom Learning
Baseline Level Requirements
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Computing Environment Level Requirements
DoD Mandate 8570 states that in addition to the baseline IA certification requirement for their level, Information Assurance Technicians (IATs) with privileged access MUST OBTAIN APPROPRIATE COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT (CE) CERTIFICATIONS for the operating system(s) they support. (e.g. appropriate level of Microsoft certifications for Microsoft systems support technicians, Cisco certifications for Cisco technicians, and so on)
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