Organizations are under a constant threat of cyber-related attacks, which puts them at risk of losing control of sensitive or confidential information. Organizational professionals need to be aware of the latest tactics and strategies being used by malicious actors in order to properly assess, plan, and respond to any incidents that may arise.
During this webinar we will review the top security issues facing organizations today, as well as best practices for identifying potential vulnerabilities before they become serious problems. We will also delve into the importance of developing a comprehensive incident response plan that can be quickly activated when needed.
- Examine current trends in cybersecurity incidents and attack vectors.
- Identify common risks associated with these events.
- Summarize best practices for mitigating these risks through proactive planning.
- Recall the importance of creating an effective incident response plan tailored to your organization’s needs.
- List the strategies to protect your organizations from cyber-attacks.
Kyle Hendrickson, CISSP, Director of Cybersecurity | Eide Bailly
Kyle Hendrickson has been in Information Technology leadership roles for the past two decades, spending the last 15 years leading Cybersecurity Teams and providing strategic guidance for C-Suites. During this time, he built multiple IT and Cybersecurity groups from the ground up – creating the vision and enabling the resources to keep important data and systems safe and secure. Most recently Kyle was responsible for building the cyber defense capability at a regional financial institution focused on improving visibility to all systems while reducing the attack surface of the organization.
CPE Credit: 1
Field of Study: Information Technology
Level of Knowledge: Basic
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Additional Information: This is a Group-Internet Based Webinar. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding a complaint and/or program cancellation policies, please contact Amy DeGeorge.