Here you can find events that your organization might find helpful. These range from in-person events to webinars on a variety of topics.
(please note that some of these events require advance registration)
Cybersecurity Risk: The Session You Can't Afford to Miss
Topics will include:
- Introduction to Cybersecurity Risks: Discuss the current state of cyber threats and their impact on businesses.
- The Human Factor in Cybersecurity: Explore the role of employees in creating and preventing cybersecurity risks.
- Best Practices for Cybersecurity: Cover key steps organizations can take to minimize their risk of a cyber-attack.
- The Limitations of Cyber Insurance: Examine the limitations of relying solely on cyber insurance as a solution to cybersecurity risk.
- Real-World Cybersecurity Incidents: Discuss real-world examples of successful and unsuccessful cyber-attacks to illustrate the importance of proper cybersecurity measures.
- Building a Cybersecurity Culture: Discuss the importance of building a cybersecurity culture within an organization and provide tips for doing so.
- Q&A Session: Attendees will be able to ask questions and engage in a discussion with cybersecurity expert Tim Dubman.
Importance of Cybersecurity
Today’s cybercriminals pose more significant threats to the economy than ever before. Attend this live webinar to learn how threat actors operate and learn how to protect your business and employees from cyberattacks.
What you will learn:
- Cyber Crime Statistics and Trends
- Cyberattack Methods
- Cyber Crime Threats and Risks
- Cybersecurity Myths vs Facts
- Cybersecurity Guide
- Steps to Cyber Safety
Small Business Cybersecurity Part 3: Systems
This webinar will present practical ways to protect your system’s communication and information integrity. The Systems and Communications practice will describe how to monitor, control, and protect organizational communication, give instructions on how to implement subnetworks for publicly accessible system components that are physically or logically separated from internal networks, and talk about how to use encryption and firewalls to keep communications secure. The System and Information Integrity practice will explain how to identify, report, and correct information and information system flaws in a timely manner. It will also discuss how you can provide protection against malicious code, why updating protection mechanisms regularly is a necessity to keep your business secure, and how to perform periodic scans of an information system as well as how to get real-time scans of files from external sources that are downloaded, opened, or executed.
Making a Business Case for Security: An ISC Best Practice Webinar
Security operates in an ever-changing world and evolving threat environment. Rapid advances in technology and the constant threat of cyber criminals are forcing the convergence of physical and cybersecurity that will require both short- and long-term investment. Security professionals must present a convincing analysis that informs the organization’s bottom line. A successful business case for security significantly increases the likelihood of receiving the necessary funding to reduce organizational risks and finance essential security functions.