The Rutgers-Newark SBDC has developed a Small Business Cyber Security Program to provide management teams of established small businesses with Cyber Security awareness. The goal of the program is for attendees to understand the importance of implementing a consistent, and continuously improving Cyber Security posture for their organization.
Our Cyber Security Program goes beyond intrusion detection and reactive remediation. We provide insight on how to prevent cyber criminals from compromising the integrity of your business critical assets and information on a daily basis. The program 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
a. Security & Privacy
b. Laws & Regulations
SECURITY AUTHENTICATION & PRIVILEGED USER BEHAVIOR
a. Single-Factor vs. Multi-Factor Authentication
b. Solutions to Single-Factor Authentication
c. Privileges User Authentications Best Practices
d. Privileged Access Management Best Practices
SMALL BUSINESS CYBER SECURITY ASSESSMENT & MEASUREMENT
a. Organization & Knowledge Management Assessment Tool
b. Workforce Management Assessment Tool
c. Cyber Operations Management Assessment Tool
d. Cyber Measurement Management Assessment Tool
Presenter: Michelle Schaap Randall – Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC
Michelle Schaap practices cybersecurity and corporate law. Within corporate law, she primarily practices in construction, franchising and renewable energy – representing a varied client base that ranges from Fortune 500 companies to closely-held businesses.
Combining her technology and corporate experience, Michelle has spearheaded and developed CSG’s cybersecurity practice. She regularly advises clients on cybersecurity preparedness, counsels clients when data security incidents arise and trains companies on best practices for security procedures addressing both their business operations and their customers’ concerns. Michelle assesses her clients’ risk management practices and security incident preparedness to develop a proactive response and recovery plan enacted to recover from security breaches. Additionally, Michelle works with clients in contract review, drafting and negotiation in critical areas of privacy and security.
Michelle Schaap developed the firm’s Cybersecurity Legal Trends & Topics Blog – a resource for businesses and individuals to help them stay abreast of the ever-evolving national and state statutory requirements as to proactive measures, incident response and liability for personal information, security use and theft.