Cyber Security: Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability
Cyber security is a relevant topic right now. Regardless of the type of business you operate, if you work online you are at risk.
Cyber security is not just a technology based issue. Organizations must incorporate cyber risk management into their day-to-day operations. They must also be prepared to respond to a cyber attack, restore operations and ensure that the company’s assets and reputation are protected.
- Risk Management – A cyber security breach will cost your business. Lost revenue, lawsuits, and damaged reputation could greatly injure or even shut down your company. In this session learn how to keep your company’s assets safe from a cyber attack.
- Culture Management – Establishing a cyber security culture advocates the need that everyone – including management – has an equal part in cyber security. Your employees may be the key to letting a cyber attack reach your company. How can you create a culture of safety without coming across as a fatalist?
- Forming an Incident Response Team (IRT) – Incident response is an approach to addressing and managing the aftermath of a security breach or attack. The goal is to handle the situation in a way that limits damage and reduces recovery time and costs. In this session learn about the roles of an IRT, how you go about forming one and how to get upper management buy in.
$65/person, second person from same company is $40.