Enhance your operations
Taking preventive measures against cybersecurity incidents should be a top priority for all public sector organizations. The effects of a cybersecurity incident can exact large financial and operational consequences not to mention erosion of public and governing body trust. As a non-IT professional, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin in guarding your organization against a cyberattack.
This complimentary webinar led by Baker Tilly public sector and cybersecurity professionals will give you the tools to communicate with your organization’s IT staff on critical cybersecurity matters.
Upon the conclusion of this webinar, attendees will understand the:
- Core components of a cybersecurity and IT risk program
- Common methods used to conduct a cyberattack
- Basic language needed to communicate about cybersecurity with IT professionals
Who should attend
Non-IT professionals who work in state and local governments, public sector organizations and municipal utilities in the following positions are encouraged to attend:
- General managers and assistant general managers
- City/county managers and assistants
- Finance directors, chief financial officers and controllers
- Vice presidents and directors of operations
- Management analysts and assistants
- Members of governing bodies including board members and other elected officials
- Caitlin Humrickhouse, MPA, SWP
- Samantha Boterman, CISA
Information about CPE eligibility
There are no prerequisites for this seminar, and advance preparation is not required.
Program level: Basic
Type of delivery method: Group-internet-based
Advance preparation: None required
CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit
Fields of study: Business Management & Organization
Host: Anna Nelson
A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event.
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