This NICE diagram comes from the Cybersecurity Workforce Framework app home page.
The 8140 framework shown above has been a long time coming, and it will still be some time before an 8140 manual is completed (the process usually takes about two years, if history and the experience with 8570 provide any guidance). In the meantime, the 8570 manual (aka DoD 8570.01-M, PDF format) will continue to provide the blueprint for DoD employees and civilians. The new emphasis is on practical "live fire" training (based on hands-on, real-world derived, simulations of scenarios and situations that individuals seeking certification must be able to recognize and handle properly and effectively), and the development of critical knowledge, skills and abilities to match. That's what the preceding diagram seeks to identify at a high level.
Relevant certifications include the CISA, CISSP, CEH, various computer forensics credentials, and more. As this directive unfolds and becomes better understood, expect these already-popular certs to get "kicked up a notch" -- or two, or three -- as they become a form of credentialing that's necessary for DoD workers and contractors to do their jobs. Then look for a few more notches after the rest of the Feds, plus state and municipal governments and law enforcement agencies pick up and run with the same framework and requirements as they invariably do.