The Cyber Friday series will continue with the topic, “Four Key Building Blocks to Use in Developing and Implementing a Comprehensive System Security Plan” on Friday, October 7, at 11:00 AM. To register, please click here.
System Security Plans (SSP) are not solely a requirement created for NIST 800-171 and the DoD Basic Assessment. The system security plan is fundamental to all cyber security efforts. All companies should take time to develop one and manage it. Unfortunately, many DoD suppliers view the SSP as a byproduct of conduction the DoD Basic Assessment – essentially a checkmark generated document.
A SSP should be one of the fundamental organizational documents that helps to guide the company in developing its IT infrastructure and establishing a firm foundation for protecting and securing all types of sensitive information by outlining company and customer driven cybersecurity requirements. This webinar will provide an overview of SSPs, the type of information used to develop SSPs, and four key considerations that should be incorporated into the plans.
Speaker: Marc Violante, Director, Federal Market Strategies, Wisconsin Procurement Institute
For the full schedule of the Cyber Friday webinars, please click here.
This webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit.
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