Due to predicted inclement weather on Jan. 16, the cybersecurity workshop scheduled for that date has been rescheduled to the morning of Thursday, Feb. 22. The previously scheduled workshop for Feb. 22 has been moved to that afternoon. We will have one workshop in the morning and one in the afternoon.
The previously scheduled Jan. 16 workshop, “Ensuring Delivery of Critical Infrastructure Services” will now be held from 9 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on Feb. 22.
The workshop, “Discovering, Responding and Recovering After a Cybersecurity Event” which had been scheduled for the morning of Feb. 22 will now begin at 12:30 p.m. and conclude at 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 22.
The State Chamber will provide a light lunch for those attending both sessions. Each session is $50 per person or $100 for both sessions with no additional cost for lunch.
To register for either or both of the workshops, click https://www.arkansasstatechamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/REVISED-Feb-22-Seminar-Registration.pdf.
Below is the information on each workshop.
A Tactical Plan to Assess Your Cybersecurity Risk
These workshops will give you tools to better understand and improve what is critical to your organization’s cybersecurity risk management. Using the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework and the Baldrige Cybersecurity Excellence Builder, you will know the questions you should be asking in self-assessing cybersecurity in your entire organization or parts within your organization.
Ensuring Delivery of Critical Infrastructure Services
Thursday, February 22 | 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. | Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce | $50
- Learn how to limit the impact of a cybersecurity event
- Evaluate your operations, processes and procedures
- Enhance the importance of awareness training, processes and procedures
Target audience: Senior Leaders, technology leaders and technologists
Discovering, Responding and Recovering After a Cybersecurity Event
Thursday, February 22 | 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. | Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce | $50
- Determine if you are prepared to know when a cybersecurity event is occurring
- Contain the impact of a cybersecurity event
- Review your processes to recover after a cybersecurity event
Target audience: Senior leaders, technology leaders and technologists
John Burgess, workshop facilitator, co-founded Mainstream Technologies, an information technology services firm based in Little Rock, in 1996 and serves as its President. He has led the company’s participation in the Governor’s Quality Award program since 2010 and has served as an examiner with the program since 2015. In 2011, John assumed the additional role of Chief Security Officer and oversees all aspects of Mainstream’s cybersecurity activities from risk management and policymaking to operations, training and public education.