CP-3(2): Mechanisms Used in Training Environments

Control Family:

Contingency Planning

CSF v1.1 References:


(Not part of any baseline)

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Control Statement

Employ mechanisms used in operations to provide a more thorough and realistic contingency training environment.

Supplemental Guidance

Operational mechanisms refer to processes that have been established to accomplish an organizational goal or a system that supports a particular organizational mission or business objective. Actual mission and business processes, systems, and/or facilities may be used to generate simulated events and enhance the realism of simulated events during contingency training.