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CH Cyber Resilience: Part 1 – What is Cyber Resilience

Part one of our six-part series on Cyber Resilience introduces you to what cyber resilience is and why it is important. Download our FREE green paper ‘An introduction to implementing Cyber Resilience’ here: https://www.itgovernance.co.uk/an-introduction-to-implementing-cyber-resilience

CH How Much Math Do You Need to Know in Cybersecurity?

A common question asked around cybersecurity community is how much math is required for a career in this field. Often times this question is asked for students who are enrolling in formal college degree curriculums, having to complete basic math classes before entering the cybersecurity specific classes. Today I address this question head-on, outlining the classes you will likely see in a college degree maps.

If you are not pursuing a formal degree, you will still be able to understand the different security positions and the “math” demands each one requires (as outlined in the video).

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Virtual Session: NIST Cybersecurity Framework Explained

Kelly Hood, Cybersecurity Engineer, G2, Inc.
Thomas Conkle, CForum Founding Member / Cybersecurity Engineer, G2, Inc.

The Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure (commonly known as the Cybersecurity Framework) was released by NIST in April 2014. In April 2018, NIST released update v1.1 of the Framework to enhance and clarify the Cybersecurity Framework based on comments from across all industry sectors. This session focuses on the information presented in update. Additionally, we will discuss the Categories within the Framework Core to understand how they work together to develop a robust cybersecurity program.


Manage Cyber Risk With BitSight Security Ratings

Learn how BitSight helps you to identify, manage and reduce cyber risk.

BitSight pioneered the security ratings market in 2011 and provides trusted, time-tested and actionable security ratings that enable organizations to effectively measure cyber risk.

With BitSight Security Ratings, companies can:
– Monitor and benchmark their cybersecurity performance against industry peers and competitors
– Build and strengthen their vendor risk management program
– Report cybersecurity program effectiveness to the Board of Directors and executives
– Leverage ratings to underwrite cyber insurance policies
– Evaluate merger and acquisition activities

For more information, please visit www.bitsighttech.com

The Future of Cybersecurity in the Age of Exponential Change

Eddie Schwartz
Executive Vice President of Cyber Services, DarkMatter

As we look toward 2020, we are well into the fifth wave of technology innovation. And yet, in our profession, we continue to muddle along linearly and struggle with securing the first through fourth waves. This presentation will examine the increasing pace of technology innovation, key unaddressed cyber-risks, and how our profession must begin thinking about the future of information resilience.


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