Webinar: Cybersecurity Trends & Safeguards for Manufacturers
9:00am - 10:00am
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Cybersecurity attacks are increasing and evolving rapidly, creating greater threats and risks to manufacturers of all sizes.
DVIRC invites you to an educational webinar highlighting the key components of a foundational cybersecurity program that manufacturers of all sizes and complexity can and should implement.
In this webinar, learn:
- What manufacturers should be doing to protect themselves without delaying technology adoption and connectivity
- How manufacturers can implement reasonable protections without disrupting day-to-day operations
Attendees will benefit from this highly interactive webinar, learning about and discussing the following topics:
- How to incorporate security protections in decision-making
- How to avoid being a victim and protect yourself from unknown threats and new risks
- How to deploy cybersecurity hygiene best practices to protect computers and other devices
- Vendors are not security advisors, so how do you know the risk they present?
- Demystifying hackers: wait until you see it in action
- DoD DFARS: the impending enforcement is HERE for government contractors. Learn how to comply
Instructor: David J. Humphreys, MS, Security+, CISSP
David is an accomplished cyber security engineer with 10 years of experience in information technology (IT) solutions. His responsibilities have included cyber security engineering, database administration, software development, and IT training and support. His expertise encompasses governmental agencies as well as small to medium size businesses. David combines broad strengths in technology with expertise in IT solutions that are designed to support business practices efficiently and securely. Throughout his career David has provided security consulting and remediation services for large companies such as AT&T and Lockheed Martin as well as multiple government agencies. He has also served as the security engineer for the Air Traffic Control’s next generation program for satellite-based aircraft location information. Most recently, he started a security consulting business to specialize in educating, securing, and supporting local organizations to protect critical data.