CERT Resilience Management Model (RMM) A Maturity Model for Managing Operational Resilience

ISBN-10: 0321712439

ISBN-13: 9780321712431

Edition: 2011

Authors: Richard A. Caralli, David W. White, Julia H. Allen

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List price: $79.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional
Publication date: 11/24/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1056
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.674
Language: English

Richard Caralliis a senior member of the technical staff on the Survivable Enterprise Management team within the CERTreg; Program at SEI. He currently is the team leader for developing and delivering methods, tools, and techniques for enterprise security and resiliency management. Caralli has 25+ yearsrsquo; IT experience in Fortune 1000 companies covering banking and finance, steel production, light manufacturing, and energy.David Whiteis a senior member of the technical staff in SEIrsquo;s CERT Program. A core member of the RMM development team, he performs technical development on RMM and associated products, and assists organizations in adopting and using it.

List of Figures
List of Tables
About the Cert Resilience Management Model
The Influence of Process Improvement and Capability Maturity Models
The Evolution of CERT-RMM
CERT-RMM and CMMI Models
Why CERT-RMM Is Not a Capability Maturity Model
Understanding Key Concepts in CERT-RMM
Foundational Concepts
Elements of Operational Resilience Management
Adapting CERT-RMM Terminology and Concepts
Model Components
The Process Areas and Their Categories
Process Area Component Categories
Process Area Component Descriptions
Numbering Scheme
Typographical and Structural Conventions
Model Relationships
The Model View
Objective Views for Assets
Process Institutionalization and Improvement
Institutionalizing Operational Resilience Management Processes
Understanding Capability Levels
Connecting Capability Levels to Process Institutionalization
CERT-RMM Generic Goals and Practices
Applying Generic Practices
Process Areas That Support Generic Practices
Examples of CERT-RMM Uses
Focusing CERT-RMM on Model-Based Process Improvement
Setting and Communicating Objectives Using CERT-RMM
Diagnosing Based on CERT-RMM
Planning CERT-RMM Based Improvements
CERT-RMM Perspectives
Using CERT-RMM in the Utility Sector, by Darren Highfill and James Stevens
Addressing Resilience as a Key Aspect of Software Assurance Throughout the Software Life Cycle, by Julia Allen and Michele Moss
Raising the Bar on Business Resilience, by Nader Mehravari, PhD
Measuring Operational Resilience Using CERT-RMM, by Julia Allen and Noopur Davis
CERT-RMM Process Areas
Asset Definition and Management
Access Management
Controls Management
Environmental Control
Enterprise Focus
External Dependencies Management
Financial Resource Management
Human Resource Management
Identity Management
Incident Management and Control
Knowledge and Information Management
Measurement and Analysis
Organizational Process Definition
Organizational Process Focus
Organizational Training and Awareness
People Management
Risk Management
Resilience Requirements Development
Resilience Requirements Management
Resilient Technical Solution Engineering
Service Continuity
Technology Management
Vulnerability Analysis and Resolution
The Appendices
Generic Goals and Practices
Targeted Improvement Roadmaps
Glossary of Terms
Acronyms and Initialisms
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