Understanding your Business' Security Position

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Name: Understanding your Business' Security Position
Date: April 28, 2021
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Event Description:

As part of a series of webinars, this webinar will focus on introducing the basic concepts involving the current emerging trends in cyber-attacks, commonly seen attack scenarios, understanding how these attacks impact your small business.

 

• Rise of cyber-attacks and hacker motivations

 

• Types of modern cyber attacks

 

• Understanding your cybersecurity strategy gaps

 

• Case study exercise for a small-business enterprise / Guest Speaker

 

This webinar series will inform small business owners of modern cybersecurity threats they must be aware of. The series will provide necessary knowledge and skills to develop effective plans on cyber defense strategies to maintain business operations in terms of increased productivity, cost savings, and reduced cyber risk. Attendees will learn how the latest generation of cyber attackers are sophisticated and behave in unexpected ways at different scales. Through the introduction of various cyber tools, techniques, and technologies for cyber defense in the "Mizzou Cyber Range" testbed, attendees will become familiar with the best practices and relevant standards to create a resilient security position that aligns with small business operational goals.

 

The Importance of Cyber Defense Planning for Small Businesses:

 

• Defending your company’s vital data and information.

 

• Preventing theft or damage to your infrastructure, equipment and systems.

 

• Avoiding major disruptions to operations and the delivery of products.

 

• Protecting your employee’s personal information.

 

• Shielding your organization from negative publicity.

 

• Planning IT budgets and policies with adequate cyber incident response

Location:
Online event
Date/Time Information:
April 28, 2021
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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Our vision is to be instrumental in connecting Asian American businesses and organizations in the St. Louis region as well as positioning this region to be internationally competitive.