Cyber Security Is No Longer Optional – Webinar
January 26 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
As the calendar year closes the door on 2020, the New Year ushers in new Federal Cyber Security Requirements.
Cyber Security is no longer optional. Every computer, every network, every business is at risk of being the target of a cyber-attack. “Hackers” don’t care who they attack. They have one primary motivation – financial reward from their efforts. Ad Hoc or general measures may be quick, convenient and seem to be sufficient. They are not. Adversaries are motivated, sophisticated and will use an ever-changing set of tools to succeed. The bar has been set high and the requirements for protecting computer networks and systems continues to grow in scope and level of detail. To be competitive in 2021 and beyond, all companies and especially companies interested in entering DoD’s Supply Chain need to adopt a more formalized cyber-security framework such as NIST SP 800-171.
This webinar will address key questions business executives should ask and discuss concerning cyber risks to their companies and the importance of using a common cybersecurity framework such as NIST 800-171 or CISecurity controls to protect their systems and business information.
All businesses, corporations, non-profits, and education professionals are encouraged to join us for this informative event.
Business leaders need to add new business capabilities while managing security complexities. Businesses must strike a balance between what is needed in a cybersecurity framework and the risks to undertake for the business to move forward. Without this stability and balance, opportunities will be missed.
Do not miss out on this cybersecurity event. This event is being presented in partnership with the Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation and the City of Oshkosh at no cost to attendees.
- Marc Violante, Director, Federal Market Strategies, Wisconsin Procurement Institute