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iCatalog Home WSS 004 Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Risks
(Last Modified:07-Jan-2019)

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Description
The highly interactive Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Risks (SWOR) workshop focuses on helping a Project Management Office (PMO), or small group of PMOs, understand their program’s cybersecurity/resilience requirements and develop a sound strategy to meet these requirements. Participants will gain foundational knowledge of Cybersecurity and associated terms as they each relate across the DoD Acquisition Lifecycle. This focused workshop has the following key components:
  • Cybersecurity Assessment: A broad based assessment of the program’s management and technical cybersecurity efforts past and present. A key goal is to determine the associated SWOR regarding cybersecurity and resilience for each participating PMO. Key focus areas are the Risk Management Framework (RMF), cybersecurity, resiliency and program protection efforts.
  • SWOR Strategy Development: After training, a short presentation by the PMO and completion of the Cybersecurity Assessment; all workshop participants along with DAU cybersecurity faculty will map out the SWOR strategy for the program’s cybersecurity success.
  • SWOR Strategy Out brief to PEO/PM: Presentations by participants to their PEO/PMO Program Manager, or leadership team, will include actionable steps to improve the program’s cybersecurity posture.
    The SWOR workshop is tailorable and workshop results can be classified depending on the depth of each analysis. This is an internal focused event with results only provided to the organization participating in the workshop.
  • Objectives
    Outcomes:
  • Develop a SWOR strategy for Program specific cybersecurity requirements across the acquisition lifecycle.
  • Enabling Learning Objective (ELO) 1: Summarize foundational DoD and Service guidance and policies associated with cybersecurity and resilience.
  • Discuss the various roles and responsibilities associated with cybersecurity across the acquisition lifecycle.
  • Analyze the maturity of the PMO’s overall cybersecurity program based on PMO documentation and actions to date. (Current status)
  • Analyze the PMO’s progress within the RMF, cybersecurity, resiliency and program protection processes. (Desired end state)
  • Perform a SWOR analysis to determine program unique actions needed for a robust cybersecurity program. (Steps to reach desired end state)
  • Develop relevant cybersecurity, resilience and/or program protection “best practices” and other opportunities to integrate into the PMO’s acquisition strategy.
  • Target Attendees
    Program managers, engineers, testers, contracting, financial managers, logisticians, ISSMs and other subject matter experts within the PMO. Workshop is intended for 1 to 4 PMO teams.
    Prerequisite(s)
    None
    Predecessor Course(s) (Acceptable as a substitute for this course until the acceptance date specified below.)
    Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Accepted Until
    None None None None
    Course Length
    2 to 3 days (Tailorable)
    Additional Course Information
    Delivery Mode Workshop
    Equivalent Courses N/A
    ACE Recommended Credits N/A
    PDS Code None
    DAU Public (material/prework) N/A
    Continuing Education Units  
    Continuous Learning Points  
    Reservist Retirement Points  
    Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
    Notes
  • Fee-For-Service arrangements may be required.
  • To inquire about or request this course for your organization, click the Apply for Course button in the upper right corner.
  • The CLPs will depend on the duration. Typically 6-7 times the number of days.
  • Individual scheduled for this workshop are encouraged to complete ACQ 160, CLE 074 and ISA 220, prior to attending.