SEN K12 SECURITY FRAMEWORK
Reinforce your security efforts with our FREE K12 Security Framework Workshop. Based on the CIS top 20 critical internet security controls, join us as our group of experts reveal and explore a security framework centralized on our K12 communities. We will provide the 20 most effective steps an organization with constrained budget and manpower resources can take to protect their organization.
JULY 16, 2019
9:00AM – 1:00PM
CENTRAL & SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN
JULY 17, 2019
9:00AM – 1:00PM
THE INFOSEC ROCKSTAR JOURNEY WEBINAR SERIES
More technology means more problems, especially when it comes to security and not getting hacked! This is especially true in K12 education environments, where limited budgets used to mean limited options on how to deal with the same threats that large companies have to deal with. Times have changed, and it has never been easier to get started and make a meaningful impact on cybersecurity while spending little to no extra money.
- What the big deal is about the “Top 20 Security Controls” from CIS;
- How the basic controls can address K12 security challenges;
- How to implement basic controls with little to no cost.
With the foundation of your security program in place, now is the time to shine! The multitude of threats on the Internet mean that we have to combat them on numerous technical fronts, including web browsing, emails, networks, and wireless. Learn how to take advantage of your existing products – as well as free ones – to put up robust, secure barriers for all these technical fronts.
The final portion of any good security program is to make sure it is sustainable, leaving your organization in good hands and making your mark permanent in your community. Learn how to leverage your prior efforts to instill security throughout your staff and make sure “continuous improvement” isn’t just a buzzword but the name of the game.
Check back often. We are planning a number of community roadshows on this topic late summer 2019.
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