Kevin Jackson is a senior information technologist specializing in information technology solutions that meet critical Federal government operational requirements. Prior positions include VP & General Manager Cloud Services for NJVC, VP Federal Systems at Sirius Computer Solutions, Worldwide Sales Executive at IBM, Vice President Global IT Project Office at JP Morgan Chase, and CTO at SENTEL Corporation.
What is the CCC Executive FedRamp certification course?
Based on Kevin L. Jackson’s experience, the CCC has published a new course targeted at executives and managers that would like to gain a thorough understanding of aligning to FedRamp standards.
The course is available as an online course on the CCC store, and also contains an exam. A CCC ‘certificate of completion’ will be provided to those candidates who have completed the modules and related exam.
This course will be of interest for executives looking to gain an understanding of key cloud concepts and ways to drive business growth through cloud enablement.
HOW TO BECOME CERTIFIED?
Executive FedRamp Credential designation is awarded to individuals that meet the following criteria:
Attendance of a EFC certification course.
This course is an online course only and split into a series of 4 modules, taught by Kevin L. Jackson, American business executive and writer.
Successful completion of the EFC exam.
The related exam can be taken online within the course after the completion of the 4 module.
Submit an application for the EFC.
Upon successful completion of the module exams you may apply for the certificate online.
What topics are covered in a CCC Executive Cloud Credential certification course?
- Module 1: What is FedRAMP?
- Module 2: FedRAMP for Federal Agencies: Value and Requirements
- Module 3: FedRAMP for Cloud Service Providers (CSP): Value and Requirements
- Module 4: FedRAMP for Third Party Assessors (3PAO): Value and Requirements, Templates and Key Documents
Certification Course Terminology:
All terminology, Reference Architectures, Security Reference Architectures used in the certification courses are based on NIST (www.nist.gov) cloud computing definitions.
EFC Certification Course Prerequisites:
There are no formal prerequisites.