The NJSBDC at Rutgers-Newark has created a Cybersecurity Program for Small Businesses focusing on the five cybersecurity framework elements each business should follow: IDENTIFY | PROTECT | DETECT | RESPOND | RECOVER. The goal is to help small businesses walk away with an action plan of what to do to protect their businesses from cyber threats, as well as implement the right IT solutions to prevent cyber breaches. Participant also receive a hands-on manual with a business self-assessment tool they can use to jump-start their cybersecurity evaluation.
This Cybersecurity workshop goes beyond intrusion detection and reactive remediation. It provides insight on how to prevent cyber criminals from compromising the integrity of your business critical assets and information on a daily basis. The workshop also provides a number of best practices and helpful tips to educate end-users who access your company’s information systems. If cyber security for your small businesses is still an afterthought, keep in mind that for your customers, suppliers, and partners it is still a very important concern!
- WHAT IS CYBER SECURITY?
- Cybersecurity Framework
- b. FIPP Privacy & Security
- Recommendations for Small Businesses
- Laws & Regulations
- SECURITY AUTHENTICATION & PRIVILEGED USER BEHAVIOR
- Single-Factor vs. Multi-Factor Authentication
- Solutions to Single-Factor Authentication
- Privileges User Authentications Best Practices
- Privileged Access Management Best Practices
- SMALL BUSINESS CYBER SECURITY ASSESSMENT & MEASUREMENT
- Organization & Knowledge Management Assessment Tool
- Workforce Management Assessment Tool
- Cyber Operations Management Assessment Tool
- Cyber Measurement Management Assessment Tool
An opportunity for a post-training assessment of your small business cyber infrastructure is available to those who attend the Seminar.
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