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Stephen Brewster, Cybersecurity Manager Johnson Controls


Risk Management Framework: Made Simple.

Presentation Description:

This is will be an interactive overview of the Risk Management Framework. The presentation will entail the following discussions:

  • What are the Steps? (RMF Steps 1-6) Risk Management Framework

We will take a cursory look into the 6 Steps of the RMF. Our perspective will be that of the vendor or contractor. Our discussion will provide key lessons learned which have proven valuable to overcoming RMF hurdles.

  • Who’s job is it anyway? (Roles and Responsibilities)

Often time it is unclear as to who is responsible for executing key activities during the 6 RMF Steps. This discussion will attempt to shed light on the RMF roles and responsibility at the contract execution level.

  • What is in the RMF Package (Path to ATO) Authority to Operate

Our ultimate goal as a vendor is to provide highest quality of services and work products to ensure the success of the customers mission. This discussion will provide a cursory look at the key documents included in an RMF package from a contractors perspective.

  • Let’s get an ATO (Energy Widget 6.0)

This is will be an interactive exercise in which the participants will execute the RMF process and obtain and ATO.

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Note the change of location: back to our regular location

“Save the Date” for upcoming events:

October 18, 2016 monthly meeting

Speaker: Sen. Bill Holtzclaw

Member of the Alabama Senate Transportation and Energy Committee


Alabama’s vision for the future of energy technology and regulatory paradigms going forward into the FY17.  Some possible topics include: distributed generation, investment in emerging technology, incentives for research and development by universities and small businesses, energy use/savings regulations for new buildings, workforce development and training, or an overview of the State’s position on growing the energy technology sector.



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