Tuesday, August 19, 2014

G2's Tom Conkle to lead "The Cybersecurity Framework Explained" webinar alongside Admiral Mike Brown (RSA)!

Register now to participate in the RSA/G2 Cybersecurity Framework webinar scheduled for this Thursday, Aug 21, 2014 at 11am EST. This webinar will provide an overview of the Cybersecurity Framework and discuss the benefits the Framework provides to critical infrastructure providers.

More details regarding the webinar are provided below.

RSA Live Webcast:
The Cybersecurity Framework Explained

Thursday, August 21, 2014
11:00 am EDT/4:00 pm GMT

Admiral Mike Brown, United States Navy (Retired), Vice President and General Manager, Global Public Sector, RSA

Tom Conkle, Commercial Cybersecurity Lead, G2, Inc.

Concerns with the increasing number of successful cyber attacks (a recent Ponemon survey identified that 67% of Critical Infrastructure providers surveyed were breached last year*) and the continued increase in Cybersecurity spending prompted the U.S. Government to develop the Cybersecurity Framework in February of 2014.

If you have questions about the Cybersecurity Framework and what this means for your organization, this webcast will provide you with access to two of the foremost experts. Hear from Admiral Mike Brown who participated in the development of the Presidential Executive Order (E.O. 13636) which led to the development of the Framework. Also hear from G2, Inc., who was engaged by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as the prime contractor to assist in the development of the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.

While the Framework was developed for Critical Infrastructure providers it is a valuable tool for any company with cyber presence. Join this webcast to learn more about:
           The history of the Cybersecurity Framework and why it was developed
           The Cybersecurity Framework components
           The benefits your organization can obtain from using the Cybersecurity Framework
           How to get started using the Framework

           You will also have the chance to ask questions at the end of the webcast.

1 comment:

  1. The CSF becomes the basis for what's considered commercially reasonable in regards to securing an organization’s infrastructure. For this reason alone companies should pay close attention to the CSF and, even if they don’t follow it completely, should at least understand where they are deficient and why.
    While speaking about data, I need to say that to be sure in secure sharing data online you'd better use virtual data room.