Keep the 'Security' in Cybersecurity...and in the Organization!
Dates: March 8, 2022
Meets: Tu from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Registration Fee: $79.00
This class meets online/virtually from 6 - 7:30 PM Eastern Time.
1.5 HR (General) Credits
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You're an expert at managing people. Would you say the same about managing the security of the data stored in your organization and transmitted electronically? Cybersecurity of the sensitive data that our organizations collect and store is critical to business success. Loss or compromise can lead to reputational damage as well as costly regulatory and statutory fines. Implementing best practices in cybersecurity can assist all managers and staff members with communicating effectively through secure communication channels and reduce the risk of cyberattacks that can lead to lost productivity.
- Define key terms.
- Explain how to protect sensitive data in a physical location and on mobile devices.
- List ways that social engineers can target a victim in preparation for stealing data.
- Identify the red flags of phishing.
- Describe steps to take in the event of a security breach.
About your instructor...Cathy Sowa connects people and cybersecurity by building relationships. She knows that everyone wants to protect their personal data, even if they are not experts in cybersecurity and data privacy. Her mission as a cybersecurity practitioner at Valdosta State University is to train individuals in best practices for protecting data privacy, respond to security incidents, and perform risk assessments to satisfy compliance for regulatory and industry-standard requirements. Cathy holds technology certifications in networking, penetration testing, and cyber operations along with bachelor's and master's degrees in education and information technology.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration Fee||$ 79.00|
|03/08/2022||Tuesday||6 PM to 7:30 PM||Online|